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REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 



MAIN LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 




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917.94 S227 



7354 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



Form 3427 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WELLS, FARGO 1 COMPANY, 

EXCHANGE, BANKING 



-A.1ST3D 



ORGANIZED 1852. CAPITAL, $6,250,000 

PRINCIPAL, AGENCIES, HOME AND FOREIGN: 

San Francisco, N. E. corner Sansome and Halleck Streets. 

Los Angeles, corner Main and Court Streets. 

Sacramento, 46 and 48 Second Street. 

San Jose, 268 First Street. 

Stockton, 183 Main Street. 

Portland, Or. , corner A and First Streets. 

Salt Lake City, East Temple Street. 

Virginia City, Nev. , .• 69 and 71 South C Street. 

Kansas City, Mo., corner Fourth and Delaware Streets. 

Atcltison, Kan., 433 Commercial Street. 

Topeka, Kan., 103 Sixth Street. 

New York, 65 Broadway. 

Boston, 344 Washington Street. 

London 99 Cannon Street. 

Liverpool, IT Water Street. 

Paris, 7 Rue Scribe. 

Bremen, Bremerhaven, Geestemunde. 

Hamburg, 14 Holland Brook. 

Havana, 43 Calle de Ignacio. 

Havre, * 83 Rue d'Orleans. 

Rome 6 and 7 Rue due Gambaro. 



ro all parts of Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, Wash 

ington and Idaho Territories, British Columbia, Lower California and 

Mexican Ports, New York, Atlantic States and Europe. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH TRANSFERS 

>n New York, Boston and Montreal, payable in the principal Cities of the United 

States and Canada. Also Bills on London, Dublin, and Paris, Letters of 

Credit issued on our New York House, exchangeable for Circular 

Letters, Payable in all parts of Europe. 



COLLECTIONS AND COMMISSIONS 

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Of all kinds executed, and General Express Business attended to promptly in all 
parts, of the I nilcd States, Europe and Canada. Orders for Passage furnished 
from Qneeimtown, London, Liverpool, Hamburg and Havre to 
New York. Also from New York to San Francisco- 
Overland or by Steamer. 



LLOYD TEVIS, President. JAMES HERON, Secretary. 

H. WADSWORTH, Treasurer. H. B. PARSONS, Ass't Secretary. 

JNO. J. VALENTINE, Cen'l Superintendent. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



The Nevada Bank 

OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

Nevada Block, Corner Pine and Montgomery Streets. 



CAPITAL PAID IN, GOLD, ■ ■ - $3,000,000 

RESERVE, U. S. BONDS, $4,000,000. 



JBourd of Directors 
:cLANE, JAMES ( 

nt. Viee-P 

JOHN W, MACKAY, J. L. FLOOD, JAMES G-. FAIR. 



LOUIS McLANE, JAMES C. FLOOD, 

President. Vice-President. 



a/~t-tvt^tt-o (62 Wall Street, New York. 

AGENCIES, - - - Tr . . . ~. + ' , 

(Virginia City, Nevada. 



Issues Commercial and Travelers' Credits available in any part of the 

world. Makes transfers of money by telegraph and cable, 

and draws exchange at customary usances. 

JK^" This Bank has special facilities for dealing in BULLION. 



On the principal Cities throughout the UNITED STATES, EUROPE, JAPAN, 

CHINA, and the EAST INDIES, the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES and 

NEW ZEALAND, and on HONOLULU, Hawaii. 



London Bankers / THE UN,0N BANK 0F L0ND0N 

Lonnon Banners, (Messrs. smith, payne & smiths 

New York Rankers - f BANK 0F NEW Y0RK ' N - B - A - 

new turn Banners, - - (AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



lo-Californian Bank 




IjIMITED. 



London Office, 3 Angel Court. 

San Francisco Office, - - 422 California Street. 



Authorized Capital Stock $6,000,000 

Subscribed 3,000,000 

Paid in 1,500,000 

Surplus . .. 250,000 

Reinaiiicler ssixT^ject to Call. 



DIRECTORS IX LONDON: 

Wm. F. Scholfield, E. H. Lushington, 

Isaac Seligman, Joseph Sebag. 

Julius Sington, Managing Director, London. 

CORRESPONDENTS AND AGENTS : 

J. & W. SELIGMAN & CO NEW TORE. 

MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL BANK BOSTON. 

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK PHILADELPHIA. 

MERCHANTS' SAVINGS, LOAN AND TRUST CO CHICAGO. 

BANK OF COMMERCE ST. LO UIS. 

ESPY, HEIDELBACH & CO CINCINNATI. 

SELIGMAN, BELLMAN & CO NEW ORLEANS. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA CANADA. 

SELIGMAN FRERES & CDS PARIS. 

SELIGMAN & STETTHEIMER FRANKFORT. 

GEBRUDER METER BERLIN. 

M. M. WARBURG & CO HAMBURG. 

D. B. ADLER & CO COPENHAGEN. 

OESTERREICHISCHE CREDIT ANSTALT VIENNA. 

15 A XQ. IE DE LA SUISSE ITALIENNE LOCARNO. 

NIEDERSAECHSISCHE BANK BREMEN. 

SKANDINAVISKA KREDIT AKTIEBOLAG STOCKHOLM. 

CHINA, JAPAN AND EAST INDIES : 

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London and China. 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND : 

Bank of Australasia, and Branches. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE, COMMERCIAL and TRAVELERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT 

Issued, Collections made, and Slocks, Bonds and Bullion Bought 
and Sold on most favorable terms. 



Managers in San Francisco: 

FREDERICK P. LOW, IGNATZ STEINHART. 

P. N. LLLIENTHAL, Cashier. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



THE BANK of BRITISH COLUMBIA 

(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.) 

Southeast corner California and Sansome Streets. 



Paid up Capital, - $1,800,000 

With Power to Increase to $10,000,000. 



XjOCTXSOCT OFFICE, 28 CORNHIT iT ■. 



CHAIRMAN : 

ROBERT GILLESPIE, Esq., Director of the Bank of Montreal, London. 

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN : 

EDEN COLVILE, Esq., - - - Director of the Hudson's Bay Company. 

COURT OF DIRECTORS IN LONDON: 

JAMES ANDERSON, Esq. (Messrs. Anderson, Anderson & Co.) 

H. D. HARRISON, Esq. (Bell, Harrison & Co., London.) 

SIR JOHN ROSE, Bart., G. C. M. G. (Messrs. Morton, Rose & Co., London.) 

HENRY EDWARD RANSOM, Esq. 

General Manager, - HUGH HUGHES, Esq. 



BRANCHES: 

PORTLAND, OREGON ; 

Victoria, and New Westminster, British Columbia. 



AGENTS : 

NEW YORK and CHICAGO, Agency Bank of Montreal. 

CANADA, Bank of Montreal. 

MEXICO and SOUTH AMERICA, London Bank of Mexico and South America. 

CHINA and JAPAN, Oriental Bank Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, 
Australia and China. 

AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND, Bank of Australasia, English, Scottish and Aus- 
tralian Chartered Bank, Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, and Bank 
of New Zealand. 

ENGLAND, National Provincial Bank of England, Bank of Liverpool, North and 
South Wales Bank. 

SCOTLAND, British Linen Company Bank. 

IRELAND, Bank of Ireland. 



Deposits received on Current Account, subject to Check, or on Special Deposit. 

Exchange sold in sums of £1 and upwards on the Agencies of the Bank of Ireland and the British Lineu Company. 

Exchange also sold on London, New York and Canada, and on Victoria, British Columbia, and Portland, Oregon. 

Commercial Credits granted on Europe, China, Japan, South America, Australia and New Zealand. 

Discount Approved Paper, and make Advances on Collateral Securities. 

Collect Bills, and transact a genera! Banking Business. 

FREDERICK TOWNSEND, Manager. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Union Insurance Co. 

Of San Francisco. 

(THE 6AUF0BMA LLOYDS, EstalsM II 1861.) 



FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. 



CAPITAL, FULLY PAID, IN GOLD COIN, 
ASSETS, JAN. 1st, 1881, - - ■ 

LIABILITIES, 

LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION, 



$ 750,000.00 

1,020,037.98 

104,085.55 

3,145,399.31 



PRINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 416 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

BRANCH OFFICE FOR EASTERN DEPARTMENT AT 

CHICAGO. 



Fair Rates, Prompt Settlement of Losses, Solid Secority. 




BOA H D O F 


DIRECTORS : 




N. G. Kittle, 


I. Lawrence Pool, 


Nicholas Luning, 


J. H. Freeman, 


M. J. O'Connor, 


A. Weill, 


John Parrott, 


William Scholle 


R. 8. Floyd, 


Jos. Brandenstein, 


J. Baum, 


John Conly, 


Moses Heller, 


Charles Baum. 


M. D. Sweeny, 


I. Steinhart, 


Adam Grant, 


James Moflitt, 


Bartlett Doe, 


N. B. Stone, 


Daniel Meyer, 


Isaac L. Requa, 


Gustave Touchard, 


J. O. Eldridge, 


A. E. Sabatie, 


Benjamin Brewster, 


Samuel Hort, 


A. B. Phipps, 


Charles Kohler, 


J. G. Kittle, 


Wallace Everson, 


H. C. Parker. 


E. L. Goldstein, 


W. M. Hoag, 


Geo. C. Hickox, 





GUSTAVE TOUCHARD, President. N. G. KITTLE, Vice-President. 

CHARLES D. HAVEN, Secretary. 

GEORGE T. BOHEN, Surveyor. JAS. D. BAILEY, General Agent. 

THOS. S. CHARD, Manager Eastern Department. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Railway and Navigation Company 




DIRECT LINE TO 



PORTLAND 



AITD 



Replar Steamers to Portland, leaving: San Francisco every Five Dais. 



STEAMSHIPS : 



COLUMBIA, OREGON AND CITY OF CHESTER 

Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and Railroads 

and their Connecting Stage Lines, for all points in Oregon, 

Washington and Idaho Territories, Rritish 

Columbia and Alaska. 



t&" This Company has the right of selling THROUGH TICKETS at Reduced Rates 
over the Oregon Central and Oregon te California Railroads in Oregon, and of furnishing 
EMIGRANTS to Oregon with Certificates entitling them to travel at Half Rates over 
these Roads. 



K. VAN OTERENDOEP, Agent, 

210 BATTERY STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 11 



A. S. HALLIDIE, 

Wire Hope Works anil Wire Mills 

6 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

IRON I STEEL WIRE ROPE 

For mining, Shipping and general purposes, constantly on hand or 

made to order. 



IRON AND STEEL WIRE CORDS 

Of all sizes. Braided and Twisted Picture Cord, gilt or silvered. All 
kind of WIRE for all purposes. Galvanized Telegraph and 
Telephone Wire, etc., etc. BARBED FENCE WIRE. 
The celebrated P W Wire for sewing flat ropes. 
PATENT WIRE ROPEWAY (Wire Tram- 
way), for transportation of ores and 
other material. 
No. 6 CALIFORNIA ST., ... - SAN FRANCISCO. 




No! 6 CALIFOR NIA ST., SA N FRANCISCO. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds cf 
^IwiREWORK 



ORNAMENTAL, FANCY AND PLAIN. 

Wire Guards, Steel Battery Screens, Brass Wire Cloth, 

Wire Signs, Wire Cloth, all kinds, Wire Railings, 

Wire Fenders. Fancy Garden Work, Foundry Riddles, 

Coal and Sand Screens, 

AND EVERYTHING IN WIRE WORK AND WIRE GOODS. 

Brass and Copper Wire. 

SEND FOE CATALOGUE. NO. 6 CALIFORNIA ST. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




^^ OF CALIFORNIA sfg^ 



Capital, 
Assets, 



$750,000 
$1,200,000 




HOME OFFICE, S.W. cor. CALIFORNIA and SANSOME STS., 
J5ȣixx Francisco, California. 



The Firemans Fund Insurance Company 

BASES ITS CLAIMS to the best patronage upon its SOUND 
FINANCIAL CONDITION reinforced by its recent LARGE 
ACCESSION OF CAPITAL ; its EXTENSIVE SYSTEM OF 
AGENCIES, giving it a LARGE PREMIUM INCOME, without 
the necessity of heavy concentration of risks : its adherence to 
the BEST PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF UNDER- 
WRITING ; and its prompt and equitable ADJUSTMENT 
AND SETTLEMENT OF LEGITIMATE LOSSES. 



MARINE AOENCIEK in Port land. Oregon, and Honolulu. II. I. Applicants for 
Marine Insurance at other points may obtain information and rates through the 
Company's I<ocal Agents. 



D. J. STAPLES, President. 
ALPHEUS BULL, Vice-President. 



GEO. D. DOBNIN, Secretary. 
W. J. DUTTON, Asst. Secretary. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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llifiS'tliBf 



Van Ness Ave., bet. Hayes and Grove, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

This Institution, conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, was opened for the 
reception of students on the 15th of October, 1855. On the 30th of April, 1859, it was 
incorporated and empowered to confer degrees and academical honors in all the learned 
professions, and to exercise all the rights and privileges common to any other literary 
institution in the United States. The design of this Institution is to give a thorough 

English, Classical, Mathematical and Plilosopbical 



IT IS INTENDED FOR DAT SCHOLARS ONLY. 



The Course of Studies embraces the Greek, Latin and English Languages, Poetry, 
Rhetoric, Elocution, History, Geogvaphy, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Mathematics, Chem- 
istry, Mental, Moral and Natural Philosophy. The study of the French and Spanish 
Languages, Vocal Music and Practical Telegraphy is optional. 

Besides the Classical, there is a Preparatory and Elementary Department for the 
younger students. Its object is to qualify the pupil for the higher studies. 

This Institution, provided with a full staff of Professors, presents considerable advan- 
tages for the mental and moral training of the students. 



-A. COMPLETE 



osopbleal ▲ppifafii 

HAS BEEN RECEIVED FEOM PARIS. 

The Laboratory contains over Two Hundred and Fifty PURE CHEMICALS, and all that is neces- 
sary for the most complicated Manipulations and Analysis. 

THE COLLEGE MS, MOREOVER, A COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS. 



The "St. Ignatius' College Orchestra," and the two " Philhistorian Debating Socie- 
ties," are established in the College for the improvement of the pupils and younger 
gentlemen of good standing. 



ROBERT E. KENNA, S. J., President. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



W. T. CARRATT 






MACHINE AND HYDRAULIC WORKS. 

Cor. Fremont and Natoma Sts., San Francisco. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

VJf| CelelDrate<i Steam. 

V fit TT T T>'S 

DOUBLE ACTING LIFT AND FORCE 

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GARRATT JACKHEAD OR MINER'S PUMP 

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles for Mining Purposes. 

ITER GATES, Gas Gates, Dock Hydrants, and GARRATT'S Improved FIRE HYDRANTS 

Agent for JONES' STEAM TRAP, ami for ROOT'S BLOWER. 

CHURCH and FIRE BELLS jf^^ babbitt metal, 

steamboat Bells ffillmSUL &arratt Improved Journal Metal.. 

School Bells, ^jPfl JlB raftt Steam Whistles. Steam Guages. 

Gongs and Bells ol all sizes Kff^Wy % Water Cocks & Valves 0l a11 KlMs ' 

Male to Order. , J^%jr f*"% beer and wine cocks. 

Coffin Water Gates, ggpfeiij|^^^^| sole agent for 

globe valves, JHlka^Jjgll ; § i lIiLauagan's Lubricators 

HOSE C O U PI, I N O s ^^ T- = 2^ ^g :| MPI^ ^^^ ^^ AND OILERS. 

Importer Seamless Brass Tubing, Sheet Brass and Brass Rod. 

BRASS WORK AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER 
Importer of Iron Pipe and Malleable Iron Fittings. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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WATERHOUSE & LESTER, 



IMPORTERS OF 



SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

Clark's Adjustable Carriage Umbrellas, New Haven Patent 
Adjustable Tops, and Whitney Side Bar Spring-. 



AGENTS FOR 



PETEES' PATENT ADJUSTABLE LEATHER DASHES, 
Rosenberg & Son's Standard Carriage Varnishes. 




NEW HAVEN ADJUSTABLE TOPS. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wheels, Bodies and Gearings. 

Our Factory is located at Sacramento, where the climate is much 
more favorable for manufacturing than at San Francisco. We guar- 
antee our work to be first-class. 



^WOOX> HUB "WHEELS A SPECIALTY 



29 and 31 Fremont St., San Francisco. 

708 and 710 J ST., SACRAMENTO. 



NEW YORK OFFICE, 



159 FRONT STREET 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



D. B. HINCKLEY. 



JAMES SPIERS. 



D. E. HAYES. 



Ful to a Inb W o iks 

HINCKLEY, SPIERS & HAYES, 

(Successors to Hinckley & Co., and McAfee,. Spiers & Co.) 



OFFICE 220 FREMONT STREET, above Howard 

WORKS FREMONT AND HOWARD STREETS 

San Pranoisoo. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



STATU? d Ml HIB ui BOILERS 

STAMP MILLS, 

AMALGAMATING PANS, 

SETTLERS— CONCENTRATORS, 

ROCK BREAKERS, 

HOISTING WORKS, 

MINING CAGES, 

ORE CARS AND BUCKETS, 

PUMPING MACHINERY of all kinds, 

RETORTS, 

ROASTING FURNACES, 

SUGAR MILL MACHINERY, 

SMELTING FURNACES, ETC., ETC. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

THE CELEBRATED DEANE STEAM PUMP, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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CHALLENGE ORE FEEDER 

FOR <^XT-A.H.T5B TVTT T.T. ta 



Over 800 are now in use, giving entire satisfaction. 

Twenty per cent, more Ore Crushed witl Fifteen per cent. Less Wear of Iron than by Hand Feeding. 




Manufacturer of all descriptions of Quartz and Saw Mill Machinery. A Large Stock of both 

New and Second Hand at Machine Works. 

Nos. 49 and 51 FREMONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Agent for "BAKER'S" ROTARY I'liKSSlRE BLOWERS. 

'• " P. BLAISDELL A CO.'S MACHINISTS' TOOLS. 
Also. HOT POLISHED SHAFT1NO from Akron Iron Co., Akron, Ohio. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



tusvin f p pavbhv 

FIRST PREMIUM 






P 

For all purposes, such as Pumping Water for Irrigation, Watering Stock, Chopping Feed, Churn- 
ing, Sawing Wood, Running Machinery for Manufacturing, Mechanical or other Purposes. 



THE ECONOMY. 




The Simplicity and Perfection of these Machines 
is the resnlt of 31 years' experience 
in California. 



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THE DAIRY Q,UEEN. 




Designed especially for the use of Dairymen. 



THE ECONOMY— for one Horse. 




THE E O O 3XT O 3VE 

(For one or two Horses.) 




THE ECLIFSE 
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8»~ Wind-Mills, Horse-Powers and Pumps of all kinds Repaired promptly. "©H 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




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The Manufacture of Pumping machinery has been our specialty for the past thirtv-one years. We are the 
Pioneer and largest manufacturer in this line on the Pacific Coast, and we 6ay, without the least fear of successful con- 
tradiction, that for BEAUTY, SIMPLICITY, CONVENIENCE, DURABILITY and ECONOMY, 
these Machines are Unequalled. We have received aU the FIRST PREMIUMS awarded by the 
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE of this City, in our line, for the past eleven years, and every time previous when we 
exhibited in competition with others, for which we have our Diplomas to show. 



Office and Factory, No. 308 Mission Street. 



W. I. TUSTIN. 



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SAN FEANCISCO DIBECTOEY. 




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212 Battery Street, 



San Francisco 



ROBERT RODGERS & CO., Liverpool, 




Agents Sea Insurance Company 

(LIMITED) 

Draw Exchange on Europe. 



C. ftOOUPHE LOW * CQ 

CJ@ntniiggi@m MtffAamts 

208 California Street, 

SAIST PRAKTCISCO - - CALIFORNIA 



Jbg@at® J«@it©&s HmgmE M©f Im©i^« 



OFFICE IN NEW YORK, 42 CEDAR ST. 



Liberal Advances Made on Consignments. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 21 



HACONIIRAY M «0©« 

Shipping and Commission Merchants 



A]>'» DIPORTERM OF 



206 Sansome St., . . San Francisco 



Agents for tie Yaug-Tze Insurance Association, Sbangliae, ml 
CMna Insurance Company, ani 

HONGKONG LINE OF SAILING PACKETS 



Lr^Tjlfr^ \ EDUABDO MONTEALEGBE. i J: M - MONTEALEGBE, J B . 

Kafael Gaxlegos. J ( Manuel Montealegbe. 

MONTEALEGRE & CO. 



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230 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

®MM ®EUF©Ig©@. 



22 SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




1 MAIL STEAM PACKET MOT 

Agency, .... No. 319 California Street, S. F. 

Notice is hereby given that arrangements have been entered into between the 

ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY 

AND THE 

For the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England and to the Bank of France, and 
Hamburg, by the steamships of the two Companies, under through bills of lading, for 
delivery at destination by the Packets of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. 

The following Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leave Aspinwall for the West Indies 
and Southampton, calling at Cherbourg, France, to land passengers, on the 6th and 22nd 
of each month. 

REGISTERED TONNAGE. HORSE POWER. 

PARA 3,805 600 Captain I. T. Moir. 

I>«>.\ 3,805 600 " R. Woodward. 

MEDWAY 3,687 600 " R. Revitt. 

UOSII.M: 3,258 600 " C. Taylor. 

NILE 2,994 60© •• J. Rrnce. 

RETURN TICKETS, available for twelve months, issued at a reduction of 25 per cent. 

The Company also dispatches an Extra Steamer from Asuinwall on the 23d of each month, for Bremen, which 
affords great facilities to shippers of cargo for Bremen and Hamburg. 

Through First Class tickets are issued from San Francisco to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, at S200 U. S. 
Golch 

*'or further particulars, etc., apply to the Company's Agent. 

xrcnvx. xj^cties booker. 




First Premium Awarded wherever Exhibited. Fair of Mechanics' Institute, 1865-8. State Fair, 1868. 



[ESTABLISHED 1856.] 



Steam Coffee and Spice Mills 

CHARLES BERNARD, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Family Cliartres Coffee 

ALWAYS ON HAND 

Roast and Ground Coflee and Spices of all kinds, 

— ALSO — 

SALARATUS, CREAM OF TARTAR, CARBONATE OF SODA AND 

BAKING POWDER. 

No. 707 and 709 Sansome Street, 

Corner of Gold, bet. Jackson and Pacific. SAN FRANCISCO, CAIi. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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H. -B. WILLIAMS. 



A. CHESEBKOUGH. 



W. H. DIMOND. 



Williams, Dimond & Co. 



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MERCHANTS 



202 MtMrlfoet Street, 



Umiom MIock* 



SAN FRANCISCO. 




Office 416 Montgomery St., - - San Francisco. 



MUnmNI nilf, Sm@@s£mtem€®&te 



BASE BULLION, LEAD and SILVER ORES PURCHASED 

OBES ASSA.YED. 

Gold and Silver Bars taken for Refining. 

Also manufacturers of 

LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, SHOT, BABBIT METAL 

SA.SH WEIGHTS, ETC. 



< II. B. (M)FJtlllM,, Jr.. Secretary. 



A. J. R ALSTON. President. 



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SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Commercial Insurance ii. 

OF CALIFORNIA. 



CAPITAL, Paid in Full, -$300,000.00. ASSETS, Jan. 1st., 1881, -$353,530.33. 

LOSSES PAID, since Company was organized, $739,384.69. 



DIEECTOES: 



W. W. DODGE, W. W. Dodge & Co., Merchants. 

SELDEN S. WRIGHT, Attorney at Law. 

FRANK EASTMAN, Printer. 

CHARLES BOGAN, Merchant, Mariposa, Cal. 

C. TURNER, Bay City Soda Works. 

A. W. JEE, Merchant. 

PETER DEAN, Capitalist. 

JOHN H. WISE, Christy & Wise, Merchants. 

C. J. DEERING, Merchant. 

LEVI STEVENS, Stevens, Baker & Co., Merchants. 

CHARLES MAIN, Main & Winchester, Merchants. 



GEORGE L. BRADLEY, Capitalist. 

A. Y. TRASK, Marine Surveyor. 

A. BOCQUERAZ, Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee, Merch'ts. 

A. RIDER. 

W. L. ELLIOTT, W. L. Elliott & Son. 

E. M. ROOT. Root & Sanderson, Merchants. 

D. H. HASKELL, C. P. R. R. 

L. CUNNINGHAM. 

H. B. UNDERHILL, S. P. R. R. 

ROB'T McKEE, Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee, Merch'ts. 

H. J. McMURRAY, Capitalist. 



Office ii San Francisco, No. 405 California Street. 



CHAS. A. LATON, Secretary. 



JOHN H. WISE, President. 



m 



NORWICH UNION 



i 



AND LANCASHIRE 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES 



COMBINED CAPITAL, $22,750,000. COMBINED ASSETS, $30,938,274.19. 



FALKNER, BELL & CO., General Agents, 

430 CALIFORNIA ST., - - - SAN FKANCISCO. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 25 



MARINE AND FIRE 



The California Insurance Go. 

OFFICE NO. 318 CALIFORNIA ST. 

One door East from Sansonie, SAX FRANCISCO, t'A I,. 



CAPITAL PAID UP (IN GOLD), - $600,000 

ASSETS, 800,000 



TMB @&BE8W QF $&& TME &©€$&&* 



C. T. HOPKINS, President. L. L. BROMWELL, Vice-President. 

Z. CROWELL. Secretary. E. T. BARNES, Assistant Sec'y. 



ii ^ .♦ *&» -i A 




w lire 



i 



OF HAMBURG. 



i. 



Capital, - - >_- -_ $1,500,000 

G-EO. MARCUS & CO., Agents, 

304 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



WELCH <£ CO. 

Importers, Slipping and Commission Merchants 

Brittan's Building, 109 CALIFORNIA ST., San Francisco, Cal. 



1 



Agents Moodyville Sawmill Company (limited) Burrard Inlet, B. C 

REPRESENTED BY 
ANDREW WELCH 4i CO., - - . 10 Tower Chambers, Liverpool, Eng 

WELCH, RITHET & CO., - Victoria, British. Columbia 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY, 



Providence Washing! 

Insurance Company 



Of Providence, R. I. 



PRESCOTT INSURANCE CO. 



Of Boston. 



LOSSES PAID HERE IMMEDIATELY ON ADJUSTMENT. 

LOUIS JACOBY. Agent, 

439 CALIFORNIA STREET. 



Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Insurance Company 

ODE- 3EX^L3VE33TTXl.Gr. 

ASSETS Home Office, Jan. 1, 1880, - $887,863.06 

DEPOSIT in the State of New York, and in the 
hands of Trustees, for the protection of Policy- 
holders in the United States - $489,315.94 



All Risks aeeepted by this Company are partieipaf o«l in by three of the largest Oerinan 

Fire Insurance Companies, representing an aggregate Capital 

and .Surplus of 04.000,000 Marks, or 



$16,000,000 



U. S. Gold Coin. 




IE 




LI 





(MARINE DEPARTMENT.) 
OP IVE^GKDZEIBTTITLGr. 



ASSETS, January 1, 1879, 



$1,855,223.80 



GUTTE & FRANK, General Agents, 

307 CALIFORNIA STREET, , - SAN FRANCISCO, 

All Losses promptly paid here in U. S. GOLD COIN, as soon as claims are adjusted. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 27 



Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Company 

CAPITAL, - - - - - - - - $2,000,000 



Losses Promptly Paid in U. S. Gold Coin. 



SWISS MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 

( COMBINED.) 

BALOISE, HELVETIA, SWITZERLAND. 

CAPITAL, $4,000,000 



43T These three Companies are liable jointly and severally for all Losses that may be sustained. *®8 



aE3E-A.:F«.:FLY \7V. SY3Z, General Agent. 
Office, 335 Sansonie Street, (Firemaus Fund Building). 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



JOHN SKSNKER, 

115 Pine Street, San Francisco. 

Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast for 

DUPONT'S CAM, MUSKET, BLASTING, MINING in SPORTING 



THEIR SUPERIOR BRANDS OF FUSE 

Viz. : Triple Tape, Double Tape, Single Tape ; Cement No. 2, Cement No. 1 ; 
Hemp, "Waterproof and Submarine. 



WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO'S 



SPORTING RIFL ES, CARBINES AND MUSKETS 

Metallic Cartridges, both Central and Rim Fire, for all kinds of Rifles and Pistols. Brass and Paper 
Shotgun Shells, Reloading Tools, Primers and parts of arms. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY- 



PHILADELPHIA 




ilWH 





Corner Second and Folsom Streets, 

SLA.2XT PRA.KTCISCO. 



The Amount of Beer Sold during the year 1880, was 47,099 Barrels! 



I take the present opportunity of thanking my Friends and Customers for the liberal 
support heretofore extended to the 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY 

And notify them that I have added to my establishment 

Mew $nb MxnjrsivM ®wmmM®B 9 

By which I hope, through the greatly increased facilities now possessed 
by me, to furnish, as usual, a 

Superior Article of Lager Beer 

That shall not only equal that previously furnished by me, but convince them that I am 
determined to merit their continued patronage and support. 

JOHN WIELAND. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 

SAVINGS UNION, 

OFFICE, 532 CALIFORNIA ST. 

GoTmeir of ■\^7"e"k>"fc>, - - Saix Francisco, Cal. 



Guarantee Capital and Reserve Fund, paid in 
Amount Deposits held - 



$455,868.55 
$9,950,169.94 



DIRECTORS. 

JAMES DfFREMERY, President ; ALBERT MILLER, Vice-President ; WILLIAM 
ASHBI IRNER. CHARLES BAITM. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Sen., ERWIK 
J. CRANE, DANIEL E. MARTIN, CHARLES PACE, JOHN TAYLOR. 



Cashier and Secretary, 



LOVELL WHITE 



Surveyor., 



JOHN ARCHBALD. Accountant J. A, LANGSTROTH. 

Attorney HENRY C. CAMPBELL. 





THE 



pal 





tf. 






f< 



mm«m 



No. 526 California St. 



Office Hoars from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Extra Hours on Saturdays from 7 to 8 P. M. 
for receiving of Deposits only. 

Loans made on Real Estate and otner Collateral securities, at current rates ot interest. 



L. GOTTIG President 

F. ROEDLNG Vice-President and Cashier 

GEORGE LETTE Secretary 



30 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Bank of British North America 

ESTABLISHED IN 1836, Incorporated by Royal Charter. 

PAID UP CAPITAL, £1,000,000. 
HEAD OFFICE, - - - CLEMENT'S LANE, LONDON, ENGLAND 

San Francisco Agency, 



Commercial Credits Issued 

For use in Europe, China, Japan, the East Indies, South America and Australia. 

Demand and Time Bills of Exchange, payable in London and elsewhere, bought and sold at cur- 
rent rates ; also Telegraph Transfers. 

Demand Drafts on Scotland and Ireland j also on Canada, New York, Chicago, British Columbia 
and Oregon, and on the Chartered Mercantile Bank at Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama. 

Bills collected and other Banking Business transacted. 



A. McKINLAY, Agent. 



BANKING HOUSE 



OIF 



LAZARD FREB.ES 

205 Sansome St., San Francisco. 



LONDON OFFICE, - - Lazard Bros. & Co., - - 60 Old Broad Street, E.C. 
PARIS OFFICE, - Lazard Freres & Cie, - - 10 Rue Ste Cecile. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, - Lazard Freres, - - - 19 William Street. 



PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS : 

LONDON Union Bank of London. DUBLIN The Munster Bank (limited) . 

FRANKFORT, A. M Gebrfider Schuster. ROME Ant. Cerasi. 

HAMBURG- Ferdinand Jacobson. GENEVA A. Cheneviere & Co. 

BERLIN Wm. Rosenheim & Co. BASLE Les fils d'Isaac Dreyfus. 

BAYONNE J. G-ommes & Cie. 

VIENNA Societe I. & R. Autrichienne de credit pour le Commerce et l'lndustrie. 

AMSTERDAM Amsterdamsche Bank. 

SHANGHAI, BOMBAY, CALCUTTA Agency of the Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

YOKOHOMA and HONGKONG Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. 



DEPOSITS RECEIVED. 



EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD, and LETTERS OF CREDIT granted, available in the United States, 

Europe, China, Japan and India. Commercial paper discounted, advances made on 

approved collaterals, and a general banking business transacted. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 31 



THEE 








INCORPORATED 12th April, 1859. 



Office, - - - N. E. corner Montgomery and Market Streets 

SA.TV FRANCISCO. 



The objects for which this Association is formed are, that by its operations the depositors thereof may be 

enabled to find a 

SECURE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT FOR SMALL SAVINGS, 

And borrowers may have an opportunity of obtaining from it the use of a moderate capital, on giving 
good and sufficient security for the use of the same. 



OFFICERS: 



President M. D. SWEENY. Treasurer ROBERT J. TOBIN 

Vice-President .C. D. O'SULLIVAN. Attorney RICHARD TOBIN 

Any person can be become a depositor of this Society on paying an entrance fee of TWO DOLLARS, 
and subscribing to the By-Laws. 

Deposits can be made of any sum, from OM IMM.I. ti: to any amount. Iioans made 
on security of Real Estate n Illi in (he city and county. 



SAN FRANCISCO 





Constantly on hand, a Large and Complete Assortment of 

MANILA CORDAGE 

Whale Line, Bale Rope, Tarred Manila Rope, Etc. 

MANUFACTURED FROM 

HPxxire iSjL&jCLll&b Hemp! 

Sisal Rope, all Sizes. 



Office at TUBES & CO., 611 and 613 Front St. 

MANUFACTORY AT THE POTRERO. 



32 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



GOLDEN STATE AND MINERS' 




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WALES L. PALMER, Pres't, I. W, KNOX, Secy. 

MANUFACTURE 

CASTINGS AND MACHINERY 

Of all kinds, at greatly Reduced Rates, 



STEVENSON'S PATENT MOULD-BOARD AMALGAMATORS, 

GOLDEN STATE SUCTION AND PEESSUEE BLOWEES 



Nos. 237 to 257 First St., San Francisco. 



RollingMillCompany 



CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000. 



Established for the manufacture of ^Railroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Girders, and 
every variety of Rolled and Hammered Shafting, Railroad Supplies, Forgings of all kinds, 
Horse Shoe Shapes, Machine and Bridge Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Boiler Rivets, Harrow 
Teeth, etc., etc. 

Office: 202 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., P. 0. Box 2032, will have immediate attention 



HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 



President Wm. Alvord. Superintendent Patrick Noble 

General Manager . . L. B. Benchley. Secretary Charles M. Keeney 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



33 



PHGNIX IRON WORKS 

Nos. 18 and 20 Fremont St., near Market, San Francisco, Cal. 



ALT., KINDS OF 



FORGIN 




MACHINE Wm$L f 

Prison Cells and Bridge Work 

WROUGHT IRON GIRDERS and BEAMS, 

FIRE AMD BURGLAR - PROOF SAFES, 

BANK VAULTS AND BANK LOCKS.. 

WROUGHT IRON DOORS! SHUTTERS 

ALL KINDS OF 

House-Smith Work, 

DRY AIR COMPRESSORS FOR STEAM OR WATER POWER 

STEAM ENGINES AND HORSE-POWERS 

Made to Order. 



ESTIMATES GIVEN FOE ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY 

JONATHAN KITTREDQE, Proprietor. 



DIXON & BERNSTEIN, 

Show case manufacturers 

I 250 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




N, B.— -The alove Cat represents onr New Style METAL CORNER CASE. 



34 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J. W. Shaeffer & Co 



Superior Havana lifirs 



il ami Sii ®A©EJgHSIfTO 



SAN FRANCISCO 



The Price, or Petaluma Press. 

THE PRICK PRESS CO. 



Manufacture and keep tn stock the cele- 
brated Price, or Petaluma Hay 
Press, the Fastest Baling Press 

in the world. Over 500 In use. 

The Company also manufacture to order 
the following : 

Extra Strong and Powerful 

Hay Presses, for putting 10 tons or 

more in a box car ; 
Wool Presses, horse or hand power ; 
Hide Presses, Cotton Presses, 

Hop Presses, Hand Hay Press- 

es. Rag Presses, etc. 

The Price Excavators 

For Sale or to Rent on reasonable 
terms. They are the cheapest and 
most economical machines for mov- 
ing earth yet invented. 

Circulars containing full information as to 
weight, capacity, etc., sent on application. 

JACKSON & TRUMAN, 

(Successors to I. J. TKUMAN.) 

625 to 631 Sixth Street, 

SABT FRANCISCO. C VI.. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



35 



California Brass and Bell Foundry 

12S FIRST STREET, 
Opposite Minna, SAN FRANCISCO. 

WEED & KIMELL, 

AGENTS FOR 

SEIBERT'S 

Eureka Lubricator 

BRASS COMPOSITION, 

ZINC AND BABBITT METAL 
CASTINGS. 



8EF*Brass Ship Work of all kinds, Spikes, 
Sheathing Nails, Rudder Braces, Hinges, 
etc. Also Church and Steamboat Bells and 
Gongs. 

Steam, Liquor, Water, Oil and Flange 
Cocks and Valves made and repaired. 

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles, and Hose 
Couplings and Connections. 




TEUBNER * HOFFMANN, 



ENTIRE NEW STYLE OF 



w. 



'» 




532 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Kearny and Montgomery Streets, (Basement) , .... SAN FRANCISCO. 
MAGIC SHOW CASE DOOR SPRINGS. 



A large assortment of Silver, White Metal and Wood Show Cases, of the latest Improved patterns, constantly on hand. 
Old Show Cases taken in exchange. Orders by mall promptly attended to. 



36 SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



H. OLIVER, 

lofigur ni lapara on Iwd 



No. 535 CLAY STREET, 



(Room 3, ) 



Makes a specialty of artistic reproduction, by Wood Engraving of Jewelry, Buildings, fine Machinery 
and Book Illustrations. 

For Illustrations, the Wood Cut is cheaper, secures a superior beaiity and finish, and the Electrotypes 
which can be produced from it work handsomely and last longer than any other process. 

Also Posters, Portraits, &c, &c. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. Send for Estimates. 



UNDERTAKER 

651 Sacramento Street, 

Tirst house below Kearny, - SAN PEANOISCO, OAL. 




BARSTOW'S and other METALLIC CASKETS 



Always on hand. Everything in our line -will he furnished on the 
most liberal terms. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




A. M. JEWELL. 



C. A. HOOPER. 



A. IL ML ! CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



full 




Ctilcrination Tuh and Water Tanks 



Also, all Kiufls of House Finish 



FACTORY AKD OFFICE : 



Berry St., bet. Third and Fourth. 



Send for Catalogue of Mouldings and Brackets. 



THOMAS PENDEKGAST. 



JAMES PENDEKGAST. 



JEStista. JLfloisi ATKT 



PENDEKGAST, SMITH & CO. 



manufacturers of 



IRON CASTINGS AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 

Sole Manufacturers o 
reduc 

217 Fremont Street, 



Sole Manufacturers of Q. W. 'White's Patent Rotary Furnace and Dryer, for 
reducing Gold, Silver and Quicksilver Ores. 



Bet. Howard and Folsom 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



38 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



H. L. DODGE. L. H. SWEENEY. J. E. BTJGGLES. 

DODGE, SWEENEY & CO. 

Importers, Wholesale Provision Dealers 

AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Nos. 114 and 116 Market Street, and 11 and 13 California Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Sole agents for Libby, McNeill & Libby's Cooked Corned Beef, Pig's Feet and Tongues. H. M. Dupee's Chicago Hams 

P. O. BOX 1242. 



TABER, HARKER & CO. 

WHOLESALE 

GROCERS HI IMPORTERS, 

ONLY IMPORTERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

" I. X. L." " P. T . &. Co." " Harp " and " Railroad " 
Brands of Japan Teas, 

Nos. 10S and 110 CALIFORNIA STREET, - - SAN FRANCISCO 



ROTHSCHILD & EHRENPPORT, 

Wholesale Candy Manufacturers, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NUTS, ETC., 
118 FRONT STREET, bet. California and Pine, - - SAN FRANCISCO. 

Steam Candy Factory, 118 Front Street. 



J. BLOOM. E. KOHNSTAMM. J. STRAUS 

STRAUS, KOHNSTAMM & CO. 

(Successors to II EL.BI \«J A STRAUS.) 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

China and Glassware, Cutlery, Lamps, Chandeliers, Silvei -Plated 
and Britannia Ware, Looking Glasses, Majolica Vases, Etc. 

102 and 104 BATTERY STREET, cor. PINE STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 

P. O. Box 1577. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 39 



The Black Diamond Coal Mining Co, 

STEAM AND HOUSE COALS BY THE CARGO, AND TO 
SHIPS AND DEALERS. 



OFFICE, - - - S. E. CORNER SPEAR AND FOLSOM 

P. B. CORNWALL, President. 



WASHING AMMONIA, 

The Cheapest and Best Article for Softening Hard Water, Removing 
Grease from Clothing, etc. 

FOR JSAXjS !BY ATtTi <3-3FLO CEiEUS . 



COKE-CHEAPEST FUEL! 

For Sale at the Gas Works and all Coal Yards. Also COAL TAR. 



GEO. M. WETHERBEE'S 

H-A-IRDD WOOD 

Mi Mm aid Til Establishment 

AND BEE HIVE MANUFACTORY, 

KORBEL BROS.' MILES, Cor. FIFTH AND BRYANT STREETS, 

SS^UNT FRANCISCO. 



J. B. WOOSTEE. C. P. HUBBELL. D. D. SHATTUCK. 

wooster, hubbell & co. 
Commission Merchants, 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 
PROVISIONS, BITTER, CHEESE, ETC., ETC. 

Nos. 317 and 319 Front St., 310. 312 and 314 Commercial St.. - - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 

P. O. BOX 2203. 



40 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



JOHN KARTELL, 

Gold a*d Silver Plater 

No. 6^3 SACRAMENTO ST., 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



Manufacturer and Importer of Coach and Carriage Hardware. Lamps, ete. A good 
assortment of Carriage Lamps and Candles constantly on hand. Particular attention 
paid to the repairing of Carriage Lamps. Nanie Plates made at short notice. A good 
assortment of Door Plates and Smubert on hand. 

>'. B.— Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 



MURRAY MCKINNIE, 

Architectural and Ornamental 

Woo d Ca rver. 

IRON, ZINC AND COMPOSITION ORNAMENTS. 



MECHANIC'S MIZjZj, 

Southwest cor. Mission and Fremont Sts.. - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



•PACIFIC- 



Glass Staining, Cutting, Embossiag and Designing Works 

19 FREMONT ST., aM 1213-1215 HOWARD ST... - - SAN FRANCISCO. 

Olass-Cutting, Staining. Embossing and Designing in all its branches. Bending of 

Olass a Specialty. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



HARDWOOD LUMBER, 

Cabinet Woods and Veneers, 
WAGON STOCK, PLOW BEAMS AND HANDLES. 

Nos. 13 and 15 MAIN STREET, 

Opposite Old Stand, - Near Market. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



41 



No, 



i08 POST ST. 




Practical & Pathological Horse 

IN AL.L< ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES 




Hoof Evils, such as Toe and Quarter Cracks, Uneven Growth of Wall, Contraction, Thrush, 

Quittors and Lameness arising from neglect of care or improper 

shoeing, treated with radical success. 



Interfering , Overreaching, 
Speedy Cutting, Knocking at the 
Knee Joints, Hitching, etc.prompt- 
ly checked, through scientific treat- 
ment of the affected parts. 



Sensible Paring of the Hoofs 

According to natural structure of 
skeleton parts, and Symmetri- 
cal Shoeing to size and work 
of the horse, from the fiDest saddle 
pony up to the heaviest American 
draft horse. 




Charges Moderate, and in 
Accordance with Qual- 
ity of work done. 



I also teach, if desired, an un- 
written chain of the Practical 
Knowledge of preventing Malfor- 
mations, as well as the treating of 
them with success, as far as is 
practicable, on horses of consider- 
able value, where the necessary 
evil of shoeing will permit. 



THE DR, BLY ARTIFICIAL LIMBS 




-MAXUFACTl'KiSD BY- 



MENZO SPRING, 

No. 9 G-eary Street * 

JUNCTION OF MARKET AND KEARNY. 

Without Where he will continue the manufacture of the " Anatomical " and the 

Lateral Motion best °^ ottler first-class Artificial Legs ; also repairs 



Artificial Limbs of all kinds. 




ARTIFICIAL, ARMS OF THE BEST KINDS AT EASTERN PRICES. 

Descriptive Circulars, Blanks for taking Measurements, with instructions and Price List, free on application, as above. 



J»L 



s 



ORGAN BUILDER 

Fage Street, Seixx 1 

IANUFACTUBER AND REPAIBEB OF ALL KI 



No. 3.2*7' Page Street, Seixx Francisco. 

MANUFACTCBER AND BEPAIBEB OF ALL KINDS OF 



8^" All orders to the above address will receive prompt attention. "^8 






42 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ra 



t£yk^ ik 



SIGNOR D. SPERANZA, 



104 KEARNY STREET, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



TEEMS TJIPOIN* APPLICATIOU. 



VOCAL and PIANO Lessons by ADELINA SPERANZA. 



Optician ad Mathematical Instrument Maker 

ii 

429 MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



Instruments Made to Order, Repaired and Carefully Adjusted. 




G. R. JESSE. 



H. M. DREW. 



JESSE & DREW, 

Ifiir Builders 

SOUTH POINT MILL, 
Berry St., bet. Third and Fourth. 



Constantly on hand and made to order, 
Stair Rails, Posts, Balusters, etc. 




On hand and ^' I, ' I " ! " LJ| ^ u 



No. 322 MAIN STREET, 



3 Made to Order. 



Between Folsom and Harrison. 




320 POST STREET, 

Red Men's Building, opp. Union Square, San Francisco. 



■mis school is justly ranked by the public as the best Commercial College on the Pacific 
Coast. It affords excellent facilities in the following courses of instruction : 

TKc BUSINESS COURSE. 

This is designed to prepare students for commercial and business pursuits. It embraces 
the following studies: 

BOOK-KEEPING— bt both single and double entry, as applied to all kinds of business, 
such as Wholesale and Retail Merchandising. Farming, Manufacturing, Mining, Brokerage and 
Exchange, Importing and Jobbing, Commission, Railroading, Banking, Etc. 

COMMERCIAL, CALCULATIONS— Embracing the most rapid and abbreviated methods of 
calculation in Percentage, Profit and Loss, Commission, Interest and Discount, Domestic and 
Foreign Exchange, General Average, Equation of Payments, interest Accounts, Averaging 
Accounts, Partnership Settlements, etc 

PENMANSHIP— Including careful instruction in the finger, muscular, whole-arm and 
combined movements, as applied to plain business writing, ledger headings, etc. 

CORRESPONDENCE — Embracing instruction in composition of business letters, use of 
capitals, rules of punctuation, folding, addressing, etc. 

BUSINESS FORMS— Such as Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Accounts Current, Account 
Sales, Articles of Co-partnership, Deeds, Lease3, etc. 

ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE— In Wholesale and Retail Merchandise Importing and 
Jobbing, Commission and Forwarding, Banking, etc., etc. 

COMMERCIAL LAW — Relating to Negotiable Paper, Contracts, Partnerships, etc. 

BUSINESS CUSTOMS and HABITS— Lectures and practical instruction on the habitudes 
and customs of business, etc 

LECTURES and ORAL INSTRUCTION— On Commercial Geography, Political Economy, 
and General Business subjects. 



RATES OF TUITION— Payable In advance. 
SCHOLARSHIP for the full Business Course as above explained, time unlimited. 



$70 



PARTIAL COURSE. 



Three Months, Day Sessions, 
One Month, " " 



$51 
20 



Three Months, Evening Sessions, 
One Moutn, 



- $25 

- 10 



ACADEMICAL COURSE. 



This department is designed for imparting to persons of any age thorough instruction in the ordi- 
nary English branches, such as Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Composition, 
Letter Writing, History, etc., and the general Mathematical branches, such as higher Arithmetic, 
Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Surveying, Civil Engineering, Navigation, etc. 
Rates of Tuition r One Mouth, $12 ; Three Months, $30. 

COMBINED COURSE. 

It is frequently desirable for students pursuing the regular Businein Course to combine with it 
Spelling and English Grammar, or some other studies of the Academical Course. Where the 
studies of the two courses are combined, the charge per term of six months, payable in advance, 

SPECIAL BRANCHES. 

Persons desiring to study only some particular Viranch, as Business or Ornamental Penmanship, 
Arithmetic, etc.. can eater the College for such branch upon very reasonable terms. 

TELEGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT. 

The course in this department includes everything that will make students proficient in tho Art of 
Telegraphy — sound and paper operating, setting-un of instruments, management of batteries, use of 
switches and ground wires, etc. The facilities are sucu as will enable ladies and gentlemen to learu 
Telegraphy, practically and thoroughly, in the shortest possible time. 

Rates of Tuition: Three months, $25 ; Six months, $40. 
Students of the Commercial or Academical Departments will be charged the following rates : 
Three mouths, $15 ; Six months, $25. 



HO VACATIONS. DAT AND EVENING SERIOUS D72IN3 THE ENTIBE TEAS. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTOKY. 



WM. SCHMOLZ, 




REPAIRS EXECUTED IN THE BEST MANNER 



420 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



45 



VENARD'S 




Strictly Pure— The Best in the World. 

-Class Grocers. Mam 
on the 

625 and 627 FRONT ST., - - - SAN FRANCISCO 



Sold by all First-Class Grocers. Manufactured by the Oldest Coffee and Spice House 

on the Pacific Coast. 



D. J. HURLEY 

Stair Builder 

136 MAIN STREET. 



Bet. Mission and Howard, 



SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. 



SHI 



ENGRAVER. 




Washington Street 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

ESTABLISHED 
1849. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



HATS AND HAT MATERIAL 

653 AND 655 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



J. C. MEUSSDORFFER & SON 






IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



Si 



HATTER'S PLUSHES, 

TZrPtlDVEHVEIIINrG-S, TOOL 

And everything requisite for the Manufacture of Hats, 
WHOLESALE A]VX> RETAIL. 



J. C. Meussdorffer's thirty years' experience in San Francisco, and extensive connec- 
tions in Europe and the East, enables us to be in constant receipt of the choicest qualities 
and latest styles. 

Our stock is the largest and most select, and our facilities superior to any other house 
on this Coast. 

Dealers who buy on short time, or for cash, will find it greatly to their advantage to 
favor us with a call at 

§ SS m#t9 SSS Mmmmmw Efmmmf 9 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



AgeDts for the Pacific Coast of 



R. DUNLAP &C0'S CELEBRATED HATS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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donald McMillan, 

(Successor to TURNER BROS, and McMILLAN & KESTERJ 

MANTTFACTrjBEK AND DEALER IN 



Syrups, Cordials, Bitters, Essences. 



EXTRACTS, CALIFORNIA WINES, ETC., 



714 Front Street, Near Broadway, 



San Francisco. 




Extra Plain Syrup, 
Simple Syrup, 
Extra Raspberry Syrup, 
Raspberry Syrup, 
Gum Syrup, 
Lemon Syrup, 
Nectar Syrup, 
Orgeat Syrup, 
Pine Apple Syrup, 
Rose Syrup, 
Sarsaparilla Syrup, 
Strawberry Syrup, 
Coffee Syrup, 
Vanilla Syrup, 
Pure Wormwood, 
Wormwood Bitters, 
Assorted Bitters, 
Blackberry Bitters, 
California Wine Bitters, 
Cocktail Bitters, 
Dr. Wonser'g V. S. A. Indian 
Root Bitters, 



Orange Bitters, 

Spice and Wormwood Bit- 

ters, 
Stomach Bitters, 
St ought on Bitters, 
Tansy Bitters, 
"Vegetable Bitters, 
Angostura Bitters, 
Boker's Bitters, 
Boonekamp Bitters, 
Seiner's Bitters, 
Pilgrim Tonic, 
Anisette, 
Anisado, 
Curacoa, 
Maraschino, 
Pousse Cafe, 
California Vermouth, 
Absynthe, 
Vermouth, 
Kirschenwasser, 
Kuuimcl, 



Blackberry Brandy, 

Cherry Brandy, 

Green Ginger Brandy, 

Peach Brandy, 

Apple Jack, 

Essence of Peppermint, 

Essence of Jamaica Ginger, 

California Wines, 

Claret, 

White Wine, 

Port Wine, 

Sherry Wine, 

Angelica Wine, 

Ginger Wine, 

Blackberry Cordial, 

Cherry Cordial, 

Coloring, 

Extra Coloring, 

Lime Juice, 

Clubhouse Gin, 

Old Tom Cordial Gin, 

Schnapps, 



PURE CONCENTRATED FLAVORING EXTRACTS, ETC. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



SMI FRANCISCO AID PACIFIC GLASS WORKS. 



ESTABLISHED 1865. 



o. dxriE'Wivr.A.axr, 



P'resiclent 



Office and Works. KING STREET, near foot of Fourth, San Francisco. 



aianiifaetiirers <.! all kind* <>! I l.l> I. GREEK and BEACH GLASSWARE. 
of Plain ami lettered bottles furnished at short notiee. 



C. XKIVMAXS IMPROVED ELASTIC 
DEMIJOHX, (Patented January 26th, 1875.) Byre- 
ferrlng to the engraving, In the foreground will be seen a 
bottle partially covered; a represents the glass, 6 the tule. 
reed, and c the wicker-work. It will be seen that the 
bottle is first covered with the tule reed— a soft elastic 
substance— forming a cushion, on which the rattan is 
woven. By this means the bottle is doubly protected, 
and made doubly valuable from its immunity from break- 
age. Its advantages are so many and obvious, that it 
needs no argument to prove its merits. Those who use 
demijohns will see at once the superiority it possesses 
over all other covered bottles. 




IMPROVED BOX DEMIJOHN. 

(Patented March 30th, 1875.) 
These boxed demiJohDs are the simplest, best and cheap- 
est in the market. They are neat in appearance, compact, 
and securely packed, and are always ready for shipment by 
any conveyance, without danger of breakage. They will 
save 50 per cent, in freight. The demijohn in the box 
being glass, cannot destroy the flavor of the liquid, and 
consequently should take the place of wooden kegs for all 
purposes. 




PORCELAIN LINED. 



This Jar has oeeu extensively used in the East for sev- 
eral years, and from its simplicity of construction, cheap- 
ness and reliability, has become one of the most popular 
Jais now In use. 




3Lj .A. DNT G- LIEUT'S 

SUN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 

For the Year commencing April, 1881, 

EMBEACING AN 

ACCURATE INDEX OF RESIDENTS 

AND A 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY; 

ALSO 

A GUIDE TO STREETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC., 

AND A RELIABLE MAP OF THE CITY. 

TOGETHER WITH 

The Officers of the Municipal Government, Societies and other Organizations, and 
a great variety of Useful Information, 



TWENTY-SECOND YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



COMPILED BT 



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Publication Office: No. 518 CLAY STREET.. 



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1881. 



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31 



P. KELLY'S 

Patent Boot and Shoe Combined 

IN STYLE AND FIT IT EXCELS ALL OTHERS. 




Patented June 22, 
ir 

Any person selling 
my patent Boot and 
Shoe Combined 
without my license 
stamp, will be pros- 
ecuted according to 
law. 



For Setlo only Toy 



P. KELLY, 

Patentee and Prize Bootmaker, 

238 Kearny Street, cor. Bush. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, In the Tear 1881,. by Painter & Co., In the office of the 
Librarian of Congress, at "Washington, D. C. 



1354 




TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 5 

Board of Supervisors 5 

Board of Education 5 

Citv and County Officers 6 

ELECTION DISTRICTS 8 

Congressional 8 

Senatorial and Assembly 8 

City and County 8 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 9 

FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH 9 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 

FIRE PATROL 11 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS 12 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS 14 

FEDERAL OFFICERS 15 

Army 15 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 15 

Internal Revenue 16 

Light House Department 16 

Custom House 16 

United States Treasury 17 

United States Mint 17 

Surveyor-General. 18 

Post-office 18 

STATE OFFICERS 20 

STATE APPOINTEES 20 

COURTS 20 

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS 21 

BANKS 23 



PAGE. 

CHURCHES 24-31 

SOCIETIES 31 

Religions 31 

Benevolent 32 

Masonic _ 43 

Odd Fellows 45 

Temperance 46 

Protective 47 

Literary. Historical, etc ." 51 

Social.....'. 54 

MILITARY 58 

United States Army 58 

National Guard of California 58 

Independent Companies 60 

CEMETERIES 60 

STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 61-80 

BUILDINGS, BLOCKS. ETC 81 

Public Buildings. Halls 81 

Blocks, Rows, Wharves 82 

Places of Amusement 82 

Prominent Places 83 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 83 

Federal 83 

State 83 

City and County 83 

ADDITIONAL NAMES, BEMOVAL8, ETC 84 

REGISTER OF NAMES. 98 

CHINESE DIRECTORY 1003 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1041 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 

^Etna Insurance Co back cover 

^Etna ifrn Works 37 

Allen W. B. & Co 1013 and 1127 

American Saw Co 1133 

Anglo-Callfornlan Bank 7 

Armes & DaUam 1152 



Baker & Hamilton, 

reg. of names, top lines 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co..lll0 and 1127 

Bank British Columbia 8 

Bank British North America 30 

Barnard H 1067 

Barr J. D 1144 

Bay Soap and Candle Co., 

reg. of names, bottom lines 
Beamis*P., 

reg. of names, bottom lines 

Bernard Charles 22 

Black Diamond Coal Mining Co 39 

BoeschEmile 1097 

Booker Win. Lane 22 

Bragg Robert 42 

Browell J H55 

Buchanan & Lyall 1062 and 1143 



Caledonian Oat Meal Mills 1120 

California Bellows Mnfg Co 1049 

California Brass and Bell Foundry. ..35 
California Electrical Works 1049 

|2) 1077, 1117, 1119, 1135, 1142, 1149 

California Insurance Co 25 

California Wire Works Co 11 

Campbell James 1049 

Capp C. S. & Co 1130 

Chamberlain & Robinson, 

43, 1067, and back of cover 
Clark George W., 

reg. of names, bottom lines 

Collins T 1051 

Commercial Insurance Co 24 

ConkllnBros 1060 

Continental Oil and Transportation 

Co 2, and side line back cover 

Cook A. 1049 

Cook H. N 1046, 1049, and 1093 

Cornwall P. B 39 

Corran & Hebb 1002 



Davis & Cowell 1098 

Day Thomas, 1084, 1127 and front cover 

Degen L. P 1049 

Denniston E. G 1135 

Dickson, DeWolf & Co... 1154 

Dixon & Bernstein, 

33, and reg. of names, side lines 

Doane &Co back of cover 

Dodge, Sweeney <fc Co 38 

Drady Thomas top line back cover 

Duncan George & Co 1042 and 1132 

Dunham.Carrigan & Co 1091 

Du Rose F. F 1048 



Egerton Henry C 1117 and 1136 



Falkner, Bell 4 Co 24 

Flgel Joseph side line front cover 

FUlppe T.B 1067 and 1141 

Firemans Fund Ins. Co., 

'12, and front cover 

Foard L 1134 

Frank Henry 1083, 1084, and 1145 

Fredericks Jos. A Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 

Frledhofer Paul & Son 41 

Fulton Iron Works, 

16, and reg. of names, top lines 



Garratt W. T 14 

German Savings and Loan Soc 29 

Getleson & Landls 1098 

Ghlrardelli & Danzell 1062-1066 

Gilbert * Moore 1083 

Gladding, McBean & Co 1133 

Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works 32 

Gordon Hardware Co 1091 



PAGE. 

Gray N. & Co 1154 

Greenebaum <fe Co 1110 

Gruenhagen C. H U49 

Gundlach J. & Co back cover 

Gutte & Frank 26 

Hallidie A. S 11 

Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Ins. Co.. ..26 

HassmerV 446 

Heald's Business College 1067 

Helvetia Swiss Fire Ins. Co 27 

Hendy Joshua 17 

Herrmann C 1091 

Heynemann H. & Co 1077 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Soc 31 

Hicks D. & Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, 

16, and reg. of names, top lines 

Hopper S. E 1084 

Hueter Bros. & Co 1042 and 1145 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co 1091 

Hurley D. J 45 

Imperial, London, Northern and 

Queen Ins. Co's front cover 

Jackson & Truman 34 

Jacoby Louis 26 

Jesse & Drew 42 

Jewell A. M. & Co .-...37 

Johnston William D 1042 

Kallenberg Theodore 1107 

Kelly P back of title 

King, Morse & Co 1092 and 1126 

Kittredge Jonathan 33 

Knowles George B. &Son, 

reg. of names, top line 
Kohler & Frohling, 

bottom line, front cover 

Kroger F. & Co U35 

Kuner A 45 

Lazard Frgres 30 

Little John T 1056 and 1130 

Liverpool and London and Globe 

Ins. Co 1153 

Low C. Adolphe & Co 20 

Luckhardt C. A. & Co 1042 

Lundy T 3 and 1096 



Macdonough J., reg. of names, top lines 

Macondray &Co 21 

Madison & Burke 601 

Mallon John 40 

Mancusi G 1142 

Marcus Geo. & Co 25 

Martell John 40 

Massey Atkins 36 

Mayer Joseph 41 

McAlester, Jones & Co... .1054 and 1130 

McGulre Arthur U36 

McKinnie Murray 40 

McMillan Donald 47 

Mel George 1153 

Merrell I. L 1155 

Meussdorffer J. C. & Son....46 and 1091 

Meyers Adolph 1117 

Montague W. W. & Co., 

1073, 1095, 1107, 1129, 1138, (3) 1143 
Montealegre & Co 21 



Neu6tadter Bros 1134 

Nevada Bank of S. F 6 

Nevada Metallurgical Work6 1042 

Newman C 48 and back of cover 

Nichols A. C. &Co 1098 



Oliver H 36 

Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.. .10 



PAGE- 

Pacific Business College 

43, 1067, and back of cover 
Pacific Lamp & Reflector Factory.. 1097 

Pacific Mail SS. Co 4 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co 32 

Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co 1133 

Pac. Steam Carpet Beating Works.1060 

PasqualeB 1080 

Pendergast, Smith & Co 37 

Phelps & Miller : 760 

Philadelphia Brewery 28 

Phoenix Iron Works 33 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine. ..1060 

Prescott Insurance Co 26 

Price Press Co 34 and 1127 

Providence Washington Ins Co 26 

Richards & Snow 1127 

Roach John 42 

Rodgers, Meyer & Co 20 

Rothschild <fe Ehrenpfort 38 

Royal Mail Steam Packet Co 22 

Royal, Norwich, Union and Lanca- 

" shire Fire Ins. Co's 24 

Ruffino L. J. & Co 1108 



San Francisco and Pacific Glass 

Works, 48, and back of cover 
San Francisco and Pioneer Varnish 

Works 1145 

San Francisco Cordage Manufactory. 31 

San Francisco Gas Light Co 39 

San Francisco Laundry, 

reg. of names, bottom lines 

San Francisco Savings Union 29 

San Francisco Wire Works 1149 

Schmidt M. & Co 1072, 1104 and 1151 

Schmolz William 44 

Scotchler & Glbbs 1132 

Seattle Coal Co 845 

Selby Smelting and Lead Co 23 

Shaeffer J. W. & Co 34 

Shepman W. E 1135 

Shippers' Guide 1002 

Shreve George C. & Co., 

1072, 1096, 1135 and 1147 

Skinker John. 27 

Spaulding J. & Co 1060 

Speranza D 42 

Spring Menzo; 41 

St. Ignatius' College 13 

Steele James G. & Co 1076 

Straus, Kohnstamm & Co 38 

Syz Harry W 27, and back cover 



Taber, Harker & Co 38 

Teubner & Hoffmann 25 

Transatlantic Fire Insurance Co 25 

Trumbull R. J. & Co., 

top line, front cover 

Tubbs & Co 31 

Tustin W. 1 18-19 



Union Insurance Co . 



Van Oterendorp K 10 

Venard G 45 



Waterkouse & Lester 15 

Watson & Co 1070 

Weed & Kingwell 35 

Welch &-Co 25 

Wells, Fargo & Co 5 

Wetherbee George M 39 

White Bros 40 

Wieland John 28 

Will & Finck...l049, 1067, 1071, and 

side line, back cover 

Williams, Dimond & Co 4 and 23 

Wood George M. & Co 991 

Wooster, Hubbell & Co 39 



GEO. B. KNOWLES & SON, 



Wholeaale and Retail Dealers in LtMBEB, S.E. cor 
Mission and Main Sts., and N. W. cor. Bryant and Main Sts. 



TIHIIE 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 



City and County of San Francisco, 1881. 




Mayor of the City and County.— ISAAC S. KALLOCH, ex- 
offlcio President of the Board of Supervisors; salary $3,000 
per annum. 

Clerk.— I. M. KALLOCH ; appointed by the Mayor ; salary 
$3,000 per annum. 

BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. 

Term of office, two years ; salary, $1,200 per annum ; terms 
expire first Monday in January. Weekly meetings each Mon- 
day evening. Quarterly meetings first Monday in January, 
April, July, and October. Special meetings at the discretion 
of the President. 

President.— ISAAC S. KALLOCH. 

Attorney City and County.— JOHN L. MURPHY; salary 
$5,000 per annum. 

Clerk.— JOHN A. RUSSELL ; appointed by the Board ; salary 
$3,000 per annum. 

Deputy Clerk.— SANDS W. FOBMAN ; salary $1,800 per 
annum. 

Sergeant-at-Arms.— ROBERT B. BARTLETT ; salary $1,200 per annum. 

Messenger.— JOHN KERRIGAN ; salary $900 per annum. 



First Ward— ANTONE SCHOTTLER, 

Second " JOHN MASON, 

Third " JOSEPH M. LITCHFIELD, 

Fourth '* SAMUEL DRAKE, 

Fifth " JAMES D. WHITNEY, 

Sixth " , FRANK EASTMAN, 



Members. 



Seventh Ward— HUGH FRASER, 



Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 



CHARLES L. TAYLOR, 
MICAH DOANE, 
CHARLES A. BAYLY, 
ERASTUS N. TORREY, 
JAMES B. STETSON. 



. STANDING COMMITTEES.— Judiciary— Taylor, Eastman, Litchfield. Finance and Auditing— Stetson, 
Taylor, Bayly. Fire Department— Fraser, Torrey, Schottler. Streets, Wharves, etc.— Torrey, Whitney, 
Stetson. Public Buildings— Mason, Torrey, Taylor. Water and Water Supplies— Bayly, Litchfield, Stet- 
son, Doane, Eastman. Health and Police, and House of Correction— Schottler, Taylor, Fraser, Litchfield, 
Whitney. License and Orders— Drake, Litchfield, Doane. Hospital— Whitney, Bayly, Drake. Printing and 
Salaries— Eastman, Drake, Eraser. Industrial School— Doane, Whitney, Litchfield, Mason, Taylor. Street 
Lights— Litchfield, Stetson, Eastman, Doane, Mason. Outside Lands-^Torrey, Drake, Fraser, Mason, Schott- 
ler. Free Public Library— Bayly, Whitney, Eastman. 

BOARD OP EDUCATION. 

Term of office, two years ; no compensation. Meetings, first and third Tuesdays of each month. 

President — L. H. VAN SCHAICK ; term expires in January ; no compensation. Secretary — George Beans- 
ton ; salary, $2,400 per annum. Assistant Secretary— John H. F. Peck ; $1,600 per annum. Clerk— George W- 
Wade ; $1,200 per annum. Messenger— Charles P. Webster j $1,500 per annum, Assistant Messenger— George 
A. Lowney ; $600 per annnm. 

Superintendent of Common Schools— JOHN W. TAYLOR ; salary, $4,000 per annum. 

Deputy Superintendent— DUDLEY C STONE ; appointed by the Superintendent ; salary, $3,000 per 
annum. 

Members. 

L. H. VAN SCHAICK, PETER DEVENEY, HIRAM C. PATRIDGE, 

GEORGE L. DARLING, S. A. HUSSEY, LUCIUS THOMPSON, 

DAVID BUSH, HENRY KIMBALL, I. DANIELWITZ, 

T. H. FERGUSON, J. J. McDONNELL, LUMAN WADHAM. 

STANDING COMMITTEES— Classification— Bush, Darling, Ferguson, Van Schaick, Taylor. Rules and 
Regulations— McDonnell, Patridge, Deveny. Credentials and Qualifications of Teachers— Kimball, Mc- 
Donnell, Van Schaick, Taylor, Danielwitz. Evening School— Ferguson, Darling, Hussey. School Houses 
and Sites— Wadham, Patridge, Hussey. Salaries— Deveny, Bush, Danielwitz. Judiciary— Danielwitz, Dev- 
eny, Wadham. Furniture and Supplies— Darling, Thompson, Ferguson. Finance— Thompson, Kimball, 
Bush. Printing— Hussey, Kimball, Wadham. Janitors— Patridge, McDonnell, Thompson, Van Schaick, 
Taylor. 



f* f~rV \A/ P| A Dl/ 645 MARKET, vest of Palace Hotel, wholesale and retail dealer in 

1.1 r I J VV I .1 AKlA dadcr UAWPIMPC an(1 Manufacturer ot all kinds of WINDOW 
V4L_V/i Mi Vl_nill\ PAPER HANGINGS, SHADES, and dealer in all kinds of Shade Materials 



HIMTkl FY <sPIFR<\ A HAYF^ FJJMTON IRON WORKS, 213 Fremont Street, 

mill/l\LI- 1 , Orlb.no <X MM I £_0, Maoutacturere of Amalgamating Pans and Settlei 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS.* 

SUPERIOR COURTt— Department No. 1.— Judge— THOMAS K. WILSON; term expires January, 1883 ; 
salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter— J. H. W. Riley; salary, fees, No. 2.— Judge— JEREMIAH E. SULLI- 
VAN ; term expires January, 1885 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter — Thomas R. Knox ; salary, fees. 
No. 3.— Judge — JAMES M. ALLEN ; term expires January, 1883 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter— J. G. 
Allen ; salary, fees. No. 4.— Judge— ROBERT Y. HAYNE ; term expires January, 1883 ; salary, $4,000 per 
annum. Reporter — Harrison A. Jones ; salary, fees. No. 5. — Judge— JOHN HUNT Jr.; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1885 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter — George H. Maxwell ; salary, fees. No. 6. — Judge— M. A. 
EDMONDS ; term expires January, 1881 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter— C. F. Reynolds ; salary, 
fees. No. 7,— Judge— O. P. EVANS (Presiding Judge) ; term expires January, 1885 ; salary, $4,000 per 
annum. Reporter — Hervey Darneal ; salary, fees. No. 8. — Judge— F. W. LAWLER : term expires January, 
1887 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter— 0. A. Sumner ; salary, fees. No. 9. — (Probate)— Judge — JOHN F. 
FINN ; term expires January, 1887 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter — William A. Maxwell ; salary, fees. 
NO. 10.— (Special)— Judge— CHARLES HALSEY ; term expires January, 1883 ; salary, $4,000 per annum.— Re- 
porter— A. J. Marsh ; salary, fees. No. 11.— (Criminal)— Judge— THOMAS W. FREELON ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1883 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter — B.C.Brown; salary, fees. No. 12.— (Criminal) — Judge — 
ROBERT FERRAL ; term expires January, 1885 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Reporter— Charles C. Kinsey ; 
salary, fees. 

POLICE COURT No. 1.— Judge— HALE RIX ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting Attorney— E. W. 
Blaney; term regulated by the Board of Supervisors; $3,000 per annum. Clerk — James E. Hughes; term 
regulated by the Board of Supervisors ; $2,400 per annum. Clerk Prosecuting Attorney — Joseph F. Coffey ; 
$1,500 per annum. Interpreters — Louis Locke, Chinese ; Joseph A. Becsey, French and Spanish ; Ernest C. 
Stock, German ; Andrew Glover, Italian, Slavonic and Portuguese ; $1,500 per annum each. 

POLICE COURT No. 2.— Judge— SIMON ROSENBAUM ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Prosecuting Attor- 
ney—John N. E. Wilson ; salary, $3,000 per annum. Clerk — Bert McNulty ; salary, $1,800 per annum. 

JUSTICES' COURTS — Justices— J. C. PENNIE, (Presiding Justice), J. H. Ryan, E. Gillson, J. D. Con- 
nolly, and F. M. Clough ; salaries, Presiding Justice, $3,000 per annum ; Associates, $2,400 per annum each. 
Clerk— W. E. Lamb ; $2,400 per annum. Deputy Clerks— W. B. Turner and A. Waitz ; $1,200 per annum 
each. Janitor — John McHardy Hay ; $900 per annum. 

City and County Attorney and Counselor— JOHN LUTTRELL MURPHY ; salary, $5,000 per annum. 
Clerks — C. H. Robinson, $2,100 per annum ; Andrew Craig, $1,800 per annum ; Joseph P. Kelly and G. H. 
Brock, $900 per annum each. 

District Attorney— DAVID L. SMOOT ; salary, $5,000 per annum. Assistant District Attorney — Ed- 
ward C. Marshall ; $3,600 per annum. Second Assistant District Attorney — Walter H. Levy ; $3,000 per 
annum. Clerk — Tristrim L. Skinner, $1,800 per annum. Assistant Clerk— Walker C. Graves ; $1,500 per 
annum. 

Chief of Police. — PATRICK CROWLEY ; appointed by the Board of Police Commissioners ; salary, 
$4,000 per annum. Clerk— Alfred Clarke, $1,800 per annum. Property Clerk— William Cullen ; $1,800 per 
annum. 

County Clerk— WILLIAM A. STUART, and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Superior Court ; salary, $4,000 per 
annum. Chief Deputy— James D.Ruggles; salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Sheriff— THOMAS DESMOND ; salary, $ 8,000 per annum. Under Sheriff— M. F. Cummings, $2,400 per 
annum. Bookkeeper — James J. Flynn, $3,000 per annum. Assistant Bookkeeper — S. L. Simon, $1,200 per 
annum. Deputies — William W. Greenhood, William Wright, Jr., J. Sharkey, P. W. Black, Morton J. Aherene, 
H. C. Botsford, John H. Harney, D. T. Jester, W. H. Tuttle, Frederick Clough, Edward McGary, Jr., E. F. 
Collins, George Humphrey, Andrew Hornsman, Leon E. Jones, Frank Mahon, John B. Walsh, Thomas A. 
Kyne, $1,800 per annum each. John C. Brennan, W. E. Schwerin and John Magner, $1,500 per annum 
each. Jailers County Jail — J. J. Kavanagh (chief), J. D. Powers, Michael P. Hurley, Archie Chisholm, 
Thomas O'Brien, Daniel McPartland, Jacob Neumiller, William W. Burdett, John G. Giblin, John Welsh, 
E. H. Montell, E. B. Hatch, John Nolan, William Higgins and James Tierney, $1,500 per annum each. 
Matron County Jail— Elizabeth Barenkamp, $600 per annum. Prison Wagon Driver — Joseph King, $900 per 
annum. Janitors — Frederick Long and John Ferral, $900 per annum each. • 

Recorder.— WILLIAM K. DIETRICH; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputies.— Richard D. Blauvelt, 
$3,000 per annum ; James Kip and William P. Merriam, $1,800 per annum each. Folio Clerks.— Marks Wars- 
chauer, Harry F. Morris, Otto F. Salomon, W. E. Sanborn, D. K. Pollock, Joseph Boyne, C. H. Collins, 
George R. Flint, A. L. Shaw, George W. Sterritt, James B. Mulcahy, A. C. Morse, Edward A. Wilson, Alex- 
ander Irvine, William Henry Voorhees, John J. Cunningham, Stephen C. O'Brien, Thomas R. Finerty. Miss 
Caroline I. Laidley, Miss Elizabeth L. Murison, Mrs. L. M. Maynard, Miss Gussie Gray, Miss Josephine T. 
Bigley, Miss Annie M. Spiro and Mrs. Nannie Taylor, each paid twelve cents per folio of one hundred words. 
Porters— Hermann Tietjen, $900 per annum ; George W. Dennis, $840 per annum. 

Auditor.— JOHN P. DUNN ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputy.— William M. Edgar, $3,000 per annum. 
Clerks— Richard C. O'Connor, $1,800 per annum ; M. J. O'Reilly, $1,500 per annum. 

Treasurer.— WILLIAM R. SHABER ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputy— Michael J. Donovan, $3,000 
per annum. Assistant Deputy— John A. Donovan, $2,100 per annum. Clerk— Francis J. Byrne, $1,200 per 
annum. ■ - 

. Assessor.— ALEXANDER BADLAM ; term expires January, 1883 ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Office Depu- 
ties — Ezra B. Badlam (chief) and R. P. Johnson, $2,400 per annum each ; Philip H. Blake, George Burgess, 
Gordon E. Sloss, D. Maloney, George Tyroll and Joseph P. Cochran, $1,800 per annum each. Chief Drafts- 
man — Alfred D. Miesegaes, $2,400 per annum. Assistant Draftsman — Edward T. Batturs, $1,800 per annum. 
Field Deputies — Chief Deputy, $200 per month. Assistant Deputies, $125 per month each, when employed. 

Tax Collector.}:— CHARLES TILLSON ; term expires January ; salary, $4,000 per annum. Chief 
Deputy — Hiram B. Cook, $2,400 per annum. Cashier — D. Jacobi, $2,400 per annum. Deputies — H. Hart, F. 
M. Tillson and C. W. Noble, $1,800 per annum each. Porter — Thomas McMahon, $840 per annum. 

* For location of Public Offices, see Key to Public Offices. 

t This Court was organized in January, 1880, after the adoption of the new Constitution, and the follow- 
ing named Courts abolished: Fourth, Twelfth, Fifteenth, Nineteenth and Twenty-third District, County, 
Probate, Municipal Court of Appeals, Municipal Criminal and City Criminal. 

t The Tax Collector is allowed by law one Chief and one Cash Deputy, at a salary of $200 per month each ; 
three general Deputies, at $150 per month each; and extra Clerks, when employed, $150 per month each. 
The entire annual amount of salaries for his Deputies and Clerks not to exceed $12,000. 



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License Collector.*— RICHARD H. SINTON ; appointed by the Board of Supervisors ; salary, $3,000 
per annum. Deputies — Lawrence Fitzgerald (chief), $1,800 per annum ; John P. Riordan, John A. Hogan, 
Stafford H. Parker, George T. Emerson, John E. Broderick, William T. Hunter, Joseph H. Sinton, James W. 
McMenomy, C. V. Wagner, Henry R. Myers, Henry H. McCollister, Thomas Bryan, John Noonen, S. J. Gari- 
baldi, and A. E. Buckingham, $1,500 per annum each. 

Registrar of Votees. — JOSEPH L. THARP; appointed by the Governor; salary, $3,600 per annum. 
Chief Clerk— W. H. Holmes, $1,800 per annum. 

SuBVEYOB.t— ADDISON A. LINDSLEY ; salary, $500 per annum and fees. Deputies— Charles S. Tilton 
and George R. Turner. 

Superintendent Public Stbeets and Highways.— WILLIAM PATTERSON ; salary, $4,000 per annum. 
Deputies — Charles L. Rooney, Charles Ruggles and Daniel McLeod, $2,400 per annum each. Benjamin Dore, 
George F. Reeve, D'Arcy M. Cashin, Harvey Mathews, and William J. O'Brien, $1,800 per annum each. Frank 
L. Unger, John E. Moran, William G. Cue, William J. Fitzgerald, John Lawlor and John Denn, $1,500 per 
annum each. Bookkeeper — Isaac L. Lang, $1,500 per annum. 

Coboneb— L. L. DORR, M. D.; salary, $4,000 per annum. Deputy Coroners— Edward J. Wheeler, $1,800 
per annum, and W. T. Hamilton, $1,500 per annum. Messenger — D. A. Smith, $900 per annum. 

Public Administrator— BENJAMIN A. REYNOLDS ; salary, fees. Attorney— Leonard Reynolds; salary, 
fees. 

Citt Physician— CHARLES BLACH ; salary $1,800 per annum. Assistant City Physician and Police 
Surgeon— J. J. Clarke ; $1,200 per annum. 

Pound Keepeb— D. M. SHORT ; salary, $900 per annum and fees. 

Fibe Depabtment Commissioners — GORDON E. SLOSS (President), Gus Reis, Edward Flaherty, 
Edward B. Cotter and Frank G. Edwards ; no compensation. Clerk— Ezekiel Vreeland ; salary, $1,800 per 
annum. Janitor and Messenger — George W. L. Post, $900 per annum. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegbaph — Superintendent — JOHN CURRAN ; term regulated by the 
Board of Supervisors ; salary $2,400 per annum. Operators— William Morton, Alfred Clarke, Jr., and R. W. 
Silvey, $1,500 per annum each. Line Repairers — William E. Ackerson, $1,200 per annum ; John M. Klein, 
and Daniel Shay, $1,080 per annum each. 

Pabk Commissioners — LOUIS McLANE (President) , William Alvord and Oliver Eldridge ; no compensa- 
tion. Engineer— City and County Surveyor (ex officio) , no compensation. Secretary— F. P. Hennessy, $1,200 
per annum. 

Board of Health— Members : THE MAYOR (President) , and Doctors J. C. Murphy, James Simpson, 
William A. Douglas, and Henry Gibbons, Sr. ; no compensation. 

Board City Hall Commissionebs— MAYOR (ex officio), Auditor (ex officio), City and County Attorney 
(ex officio) ; salary, $1,200 per annum each. Secretary— Henry Bartling, $2,400 per annum. Assistant Sec- 
retary—A. J. O'Loghlen, $1,500 per annum. Architect — E. A. Hatherton, $3,000 per annum. Assistant Archi- 
tect — W. C. Hoagland, $1,500 per annum. Superintendent— Joseph F. Nounnan, $3,000 per annum. Five 
draftsmen, drawing $6,600 per annum. 

Commissionebs of Insanity— ISAAC S. TITUS, M.D., Geo. A. Reich, M.D., L. J. Henry, M.D., A. P. Hayne, 
M.D. ; salary, fees. 

Office Health Depabtment— Health Officer — J. L. MEARES, M. D. ; salary, $3,000 per annum. Deputy 
Health Officer— C. A. Stivers, $1,800 per annum. Quarantine Officer.— William M. Long, M.D. , $1,800 per 
annum. Health Inspectors. — W. H. Cowper, Edward Drum, H. J. Burns, Daniel McNeill, R. E. Chapman and 
John C. Stedman, $1,200 per annum each. Market Inspector — Jacob Wray, $1,200 per annum. Secretary — 
John Hoesch, $2,100 per annum. Assistant Secretary — J. Gray Jewell, $1,200 per annum. Messenger— W. G. 
Olwell, $900 per annum. Superintendent of Disinterments — Daniel Hanlon, $900 per annum. 

Alms House and Hospital. — Superintendent — M. J. KEATING ; salary, $2,400 per annum. Matron— Mrs. 
M. J. Keating, $720 per annum. Resident Physician— S. R. Gerry, $1,500 per annum. 

City and County Hospital.— Superintendent Physician— ISAAC S. TITUS; salary, $2,400 per annum. 
House Physicians — John A. Pruett, Roberdeau Harmon, Edward Everts, Leander J. Van Orden, Jr. Resi- 
dent Physician— P. H. Humphrey, $1,500 per annum. Visiting Physicians— C. M. Bates and Henry Gibbons, 
St., $1,200 per annum each. Visiting Surgeons. — W. A. Douglass and R. A. McLean, $1,200 per annum each. 
Apothecary— William Greenberg, $1,200 per annum. Steward— Robert Bell, $1,500 per annum. Terms regu- 
lated by the Board of Health. 

Twenty-sixth Stbeet Hospital.— Resident Physician. —JOHN W. FOYE, salary, $1,800 per annum. 

Industrial School (Transferred to the control of the Board of Supervisors April 9, 1872, by Act of the 
Legislature)— Superintendent— J. F. MCLAUGHLIN ; salary, $1,680 per annum. Assistant Superintendent— 
J. Farrell, $1,080 per annum. Teachers— J. C. Robinson, $1,080 per annum; M- Jones, $960 per annum. 
Music Teacher — J. C. Kemp, $780 per annum. Foreman Shoe Shop — M. McLaughlin, $780 per' annum. Fore- 
man Tailor Shop— A. P. McCarthy, $780 per annum. Gardener— John Beatty, $480 per annum. Teamster— 
H. C. Smith, $600 per annum. Laundryman— W. H. Philpott, $600 per annum. Farmer — A. Sullivan, $600 per 
annum. Carpenter— Dana T. Lamb, $780 per annum. Steward— Edward Barthrop, $780 per annum. Ma- 
tron — Mrs. J. F. McLaughlin, $600 per annum. Seamstress— Mrs. Nellie Harris, $360 per annum. Visiting 
Physician— Benjamin D. Dean, $900 per annum. 

House of Cobbection.— Superintendent. — A.W. PREVOST; salary, $1,800 per annum. Assistant Super- 
intendent— J. W. McKenzie, $1,200 per annum. Matron— Mrs. E. A. O'Connor, $600 per annum. Twenty-one 
Guards, who receive $840 per annum each. 

Gas Inspectob.— Robert C. Ames; salary, $1,800 per annum. 

Supebintendent City Cemetery— ALBERT P. STANYAN ; salary, $900 per annum. 

Gabdeneb8 Public Squares— DANLEL HORGAN (chief), $1,200 per annum; William Jansen, Thomas 
M. Frisbie, John Duane and William Johnson ■ salary, $900 per annum each. 

Watchman Old City Hall— W. O. Southwick ; salary, $960 per annum. 

Watchman New City Hall — Frank Murphy ; salary, $900 per annum. 



* The Act of the Legislature, April 3d, 1876, authorizes the Collector of Licenses to appoint, with the 
advice and consent of the Mayor, Auditor and Treasurer, as many Assistant Collectors of Licenses as they 
may deem necessary, not to exceed twelve, to hold their offices during the pleasure of the Collector of 
Licenses. 

t The County Surveyor receives fees for surveying private property, principally street work. Salaries of 
Deputies and Clerks paid by the Surveyor. 



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Election Districts. 



State Congressional. 

First District.— The City and County of San Fran- 
cisco. 

Second District.— The counties of Contra Costa, 
Alameda, San Joaquin, Calaveras, Amador, El Dorado, 
Sacramento, Placer, Nevada, Alpine and Tuolumne. 

Third District. — The counties of Marin, Sonoma, 
Napa, Lake, Solano, Yolo, Sutter, Yuba, Sierra, Butte, 
Plumas, Lassen, Tehama, Colusa, Mendocino, Hum- 
boldt, Trinity, Shasta, Modoc, Siskiyou, and Del 
Norte. 

Fourth District.— San Diego, Los Angeles, San Be- 
nito, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San 
Luis Obispo, Tulare, Monterey, Fresno, Kern, Mer- 
ced, Mariposa, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, 
San Mateo, Mono and Inyo. 



Senatorial and Assembly. 

Eighth District.— The City and County of San 
Francisco and the County of San Mateo shall be the 
Eighth Senatorial District, and shall elect one Sena- 
tor ; the County of San Mateo shall elect one member 
of the Assembly. 

Ninth District.— Commencing at a point where the 
southerly line of United States Military Keservation, 
known as the "Presidio Keservation," intersects with 
the waters of the Pacific Ocean ; thence meandering 
along the waters of said ocean and the waters of the 
Bay of San Francisco, northerly, easterly, and south- 
erly, to the point where Washington street intersects 
with 6aid Bay ; thence westerly along said Washington 
street, to its intersection with First avenue ; thence 
northerly, along said avenue, to its intersection with 
the southerly boundary line to said " Presidio Reser- 
vation ;" thence westerly and along the southerly 
boundary line of the said "Presidio Reservation," to 
its intersection with the Pacific Ocean, and the point 
of beginning, shall be the Ninth Senatorial District, 
and shall elect two Senators and four members of the 
Assembly. 

Tenth District. — Commencing at a point where 
the southerly boundary line of the "Presidio Reserva- 
tion" intersects with the waters of the Pacific Ocean; 
thence easterly and along the southerly boundary line 
of said "Presidio Reservation" to the point where 
First Avenue intersects with said boundary line; 
thence southerly along said First avenue to the point 
where Washington street intersects with said First 
avenue ; thence easterly along said Washington 
street to its intersection with the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco ; thence southerly along the line of 
said Bay to the point of intersection of Market street 
with said Bay; thence westerly along said Market 
street to the point where Geary street intersects with 
said Market street; thence westerly along said Geary 
street to where it connects with the Point Lobos Toll 
Road; thence along said Point Lobos Toll Road, and 
said toll road produced in a direct line to the Pacific 
Ocean; thence northerly along said ocean to the point 
of beginning, shall be the Tenth Senatorial District, 
and shall elect two Senators and four members of the 
Assembly. 

Eleventh District. — Commencing at a point on the 
line of Market street where Fourth street intersects 
with said Market street; thence easterly, and along 
said Market street to the waters of the Bay of San 
Francisco; thence southerly and southwesterly along 
the line of the waters of said Bay, to a point where 
Fourth street intersects with said Bay ; thence north- 
erly along the line of said Fourth-street to the point 
of beginning, shall be the Eleventh Senatorial Dis- 
trict, and shall elect two Senators and four members 
of the Assembly. 

Twelfth District. — Commencing at the intersec- 
tion of Larkin and Geary streets, and running thence 
easterly along said Geary street to its intersection 
with Market street; thence southwesterly along the 
line of said Market street to the point of intersection 
of Fourth street with said Market street ; thence 
southerly along said Fourth street to the point of its 
intersection with Channel street; thence southwest- 
erly along said Channel street to the point of its in- 



tersection with Eighth street; thence northerly along 
said Eighth street to the point of its intersection with 
Market street; thence southwesterly along said Market 
street to the point of the intersection of Larkin street 
with said Market street ; thence northerly along said 
Larkin street to the point of beginning, shall be the 
Twelfth Senatorial District, and shall elect two Sena- 
tors and four members of the Assembly. 

Thirteenth District. — Commencing at a point 
where the Point Lobos Toll Road produced in a direct 
line westerly intersects with the waters of the Pacific 
Ocean, and running thence easterly along said Point 
Lobos Toll Road to the point of its connection with 
Geary street; thence along said Geary street easterly 
to its intersection with Larkin street; thence south- 
erly along said Larkin street to the point of its inter- 
section with Market street; thence northerly along 
said Market street to the point where Eighth street 
intersects with said Market street; thence southeast- 
erly along said Eighth street to its intersection with 
Channel street; thence northeasterly along said Chan- 
nel street to the point of its intersection with Fourth 
street ; thence southeasterly along said Fourth street 
to the point of its intersection with the Bay of San 
Francisco; thence southerly along the line of the 
waters of said bay to the point of intersection of the 
boundary line between the City and County of San 
Francisco and the County of San Mateo with the wa- 
ters of said bay ; thence westerly along said boundary 
line to the point of its intersection with the Pacific 
Ocean; thence northerly along the line of said ocean 
to the point of beginning, shall be the Thirteenth 
Senatorial District, and shall elect two Senators and 
four members of the Assembly. 

City and County. 

First Ward.— Bounded by the waters of the Bay of 
San Francisco on the north and east ; by the north 
line of Washington street on the south ; by the east 
line of Kearny street on the west ; including the 
islands in the Bay. 

Number of Voting Precincts — eight. 

Second Ward.— Bounded by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco on the north ; by the west line of 
Kearny street on the east ; by the north line of Val- 
lejo street on the south ; by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Number, of Precincts — nine. 

Third Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north, by the waters of the Bay 
of San Francisco, and the northerly line of Market 
street on the east ; by the north line of California 
street on the south, and the east line of Kearny street 
on the west. . 

Number of Precincts — three. 

Fourth Ward.— Bounded by the south line of Val- 
lej6' street on the north, by the west line of Kearny 
street on the east, by the north line of Washington 
street on tne south, and by the east line of Larkin 
street on the west. 

Number of Precincts— eight. 

Fifth Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Cali- 
fornia street on the north ; by the northerly line of 
Market street on the southeast ; and by the east line 
of Kearny street on the west. 

Number of Precincts— Two. 

Sixth Ward.— Bounded by the south line of Wash- 
ington street on the north by the west line of Kearny 
street on the east ; by the north line of Pine street on 
the south ; and by the east line of Larkin Btreet on the 
west. 

Number of Precincts— six. 

Seventh Ward.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the north-west ; by the waters of the 
Bay of San Francisco on the north-east j by the north- 
erly line of Harrison street on the south-east ; and by 
the easterly line of Second street on the south-west. 

Number of Precincts— eight. 

Eighth Ward. — Bounded by the south line of Pine 
street on the north ; by the west line of Kearny street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market 6treet on 
the south-east ; and by the east line of Larkin street 
on the west. 

Number of Precincts— eighteen. 

Ninth Ward.— Bounded by the southerly line of 
Harrison street on the north-west ; by the waters of 



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the bay of San Francisco on the north-east and east ; 
by the northerly line of Channel street on the south- 
east ; and by the easterly line of Seventh street on 
the south-west. ' 

Number of Precincts — ten. 

Tenth Ward. — Bounded by the southerly line of 
Market street on the north-west ; by the westerly line 
of Second street on the north-east ; by the northerly 
line of Harrison street on the south-east ; and by the 
easterly line of Seventh street on the south-west: 

Number of Precincts — twenty-four. 

Eleventh Ward. — Bounded by the southerly line 
of Ridley street, the southerly line of Ridley street 
produced due west to the Pacific Ocean, the southerly 
line of Market street, the westerly line of Seventh 
street, and the southerly line of Channel street on 
the north ; by the waters of the Bay of San Francisco 
on the east ; by the southerly line of the City and 
County of San Francisco on the south ; and by the 
waters of the Pacific Ocean on the west. 

Number of Precincts — thirty-three. 

Twelfth Wabd. — Bounded by the waters of the 
Pacific Ocean and the waters of the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco on the north ; by the west line of Larkin street 
on the east ; by the northerly line of Market street, 
the north line of Ridley street, and the north line of 
Ridley street produced due west to the Pacific Ocean 
on the south ; and by the waters of the Pacific Ocean 
on the west. 

Number of Precincts— twenty-four. 



Police Department.* 

Chief of Police.— PATRICK CROWLEY. 

Commissioners. — R. P. Hammond (President), Wil- 
liam Alvord, R. J. Tobin, and the Chief of Police 
(ex-officio) . 

Captains of Police. — Isaiah W. Lees, William Y. 
Douglass, John Short, A. W. Stone, and Leonard 
Guion. 

Clerk Chief of Police.— Alfred Clarke. 

Property Clerk. — William Cullen. 

Detectives. — John Meagher, John Coffey, William 
B. Jones, Nathaniel L.' Jehu, R. J. Whittaker, Benja- 
min F. Bohen, Daniel Coffey, J. R. Rogers, Edward 
Byram, Arnop Bainbridge, Robert Hogan, and Christo- 
pher C. Cox. 

Sebgeant8. — George W. Harman, Abraham Sharp, 
J. W. Shields, T. P. Kingsbury, Michael Murray, 
Edward Cohrn, Michael Fitzgerald, Gideon Thomp- 
son, William L. Coles, William E. Hall, Socrates C. 
Fleming. Thomas D. Barnstead, Thomas W. Fields, 
Bernard Harter, James J. Reeves, George Birdsall, C. 
H. Witham, John Duncan, Charles Nash, Charles Cul- 
len, C. Martin, R. J. Falls, J. T. Wright, M. Lind- 
heimer, Joseph Melody, Charles W. Armager, J. A. 
Wilson, William H. Kentzel, Thomas R. Longford, 
John P. McDermott, Frederick F. Brown, Charles 
Cook. M. Murphy, Thomas W. Bethel, T.D.McKenna, 
Stephen Bunner, A. J. Dunlevy, and George W. Hogue. 

Corporals— P. S. Hagerty, John C. Ayres, A. J. 
Houghtaling, John M. Fitzgibbon, Joseph Bee, James 
H. Hutton, William D. Hensley, Watson Nichols, 
Charles Edelman, and John Avan. 

The Act of the Legislature of 1877-78, approved 
April 1, 1878, authorizes the Board of Supervisors to 
increase the police force in their discretion to any 
number not exceeding four hundred in all. Number 
now authorized and employed, five captains, salary 
$1,800 per annum each; one clerk of Chief of Police, 
$1,80Q per annum; one property clerk, $1,800 per an- 
num; twelve detectives, $1,500 per annum each; 
twenty-five sergeants, $1,500 per annum each ; twelve 
corporals, $1,404 per annum each; two hundred and 
seventy-three regular patrolmen, $1,224 per annum 
each. An ordinance has recently been passed in- 
creasing the force to four hundred, the limit allowed 
by law. 

The sum of $24 per year($2 per month) is deducted 
from the pay of every member of the force for the 
creation of " The Police Life and Health Insurance 
Fund." 



Fire Alarm and Police Telegraphf 

Superintendent— John Curran. 

Operators— Alfred Clarke, Jr., R. W. Silvey, and 
William Morton. 

Repairers. — William E. Ackerson, John M. Klein, 
and Daniel Shay. 

SIGNAL BOX STATIONS. 

2 — S. W. corner Mason and Lombard. 
3 — S. E. corner Stockton and Greenwich. 
4 — N. W. corner Sansome and Greenwich. 
5 — N. E. corner Battery and Union. 
6 — S. E. corner Montgomery and Green. 
7 — S. E. corner Kearny and Union. 
8 — S. W. corner Powell and Union. 
9 — N. E. corner Dupont and Vallejo. 
12 — S. W. corner California and Kearny. 
13— S. W. corner Front and Broadway. 
14— S. W. corner Stockton and Broadway. 
15— S. W. corner Clay and East. 
16 — N. W. corner Mason and Pacific. 
17 — N. E. corner Kearny and Pacific. 
18 — S. W. corner Sansome and Jackson. 
19— N. E. corner Davis and Washington. 
21— S. E. corner Clay and Kearny. 
23— S. E. corner Taylor and Clay. 
24 — S. E. corner Clay and Powell. 
25— N. W. comeirWaBhington and Dupont. 
26— S. E. corner Clay and Battery. 
27— N. W. corner Montgomery and Commercial. 
28— S. W. corner Pine and Dupont. 
29— N. W. corner Stockton and California. 
31 — N. W. corner Sansome and Halleck. 
32 — S. W. corner California and Drumm, 
34 — S. W. corner Mission and Steuart. 
35 — S. E. corner Montgomery and Pine. 
36 — N. W. corner Folsom and Steuart. 
37— N. W. corner Battery and Bush. 
38 — S. W. corner Market and Second. 
39— N. W. corner Howard and Spear. 
41 — N. W. corner Sutter and Jones. 
42 — S. E. corner Geary and Mason. ( 

43— O'Farrell, near Dupont. 
45 — S. E. corner O'Farrell and Jones. 
46— N. W. corner Kearny and Sutter. 
47— S. W. corner Eddy and Powell. 
48 — S. W. corner Geary and Kearny. 
49— N. W. corner Stockton and Sutter. 
51 — N. W. corner Folsom and Beale. 
52 — S. W. corner Mission and Fremont. 
53 — N. side King bet Second and Third. 
54 — Engine House No. 4, Second, near Howard. 
56 — South side Bryant west of First. 
57 — N. W. corner Brannan and Second. 
58 — N. W. corner Folsom and First. 
59— P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf, foot of First. 
61 — S. W. corner Howard and Third. 
62— S. W. corner Mission and Fourth. 
63— N. E. corner Harrison and Fourth. 
64— S. W. corner Howard and Fifth. 
65 — S. W. corner Mission and Sixth. 
67— N. E. corner Harrison and Hawthorne. 
68— N. E. corner Brannan and Fourth. 
69— S. W. corner Bryant and Third. 
71— S. W. corner Mission and Eleventh. 
72— S. E. corner Mission and Thirteenth. 
73— S. E. corner Howard and Eighth. 
74— Engine Eouse No. 7, Sixteenth. 
75— N. W. corner Jones and McAllister. 
76— S. W. corner Market and Hayes. 
78— N. E. corner Folsom and Ninth. 
79— N. W. corner Folsom and Twelfth. 
81— S. W. corner Franklin and Hayes. 
82— N. E. corner Fulton and Gough. 
83— N. E. corner Octavia and Oak. 
84 — Junction Valencia and Market. 
85— N. E. corner Laguna and Hayes. 
86— S. W. corner Oak and Van Ness Avenue 
87— S. E. corner Haight and Webster. 
91— N. E. corner Hyde and Turk. 
92— S. E. corner Franklin and Turk. 
93— N. E. corner Jones and Turk. 
94— S. E. corner Polk and Ellis. 
95— N. W. corner Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue 
96— S. W. corner Ellis and Taylor. 



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123 — S. W. comer Hyde and Union. 

124— Pioneer Woolen Mills, Black Point. 

125 — N. W. corner Filbert and Jones. 

126 — S. E. corner Hyde and Washington. 

127 — S. E. corner Broadway and Polk. 

128 — S. E. corner Clay and Leavenworth. 

129 — N. W. corner Pacific and Leavenworth. 

132— S. W. corner Pine and Mason. 

134 — 8. E. corner Bush and Hyde. 

136— S. E. corner Bush and Polk. 

136— N. E. corner Post and Van Ness avenue. 

137 — N. W. corner Post and Larkin. 

138 — 8. W. corner California and Larkin. 

139—8. E. corner O'Farrell and Hyde. 

142— N. E. corner Valencia and Twentieth. 

143— N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-second. 

145 — N. W. corner Folsom and Twenty-second. 

146— S. W. corner Folsom and Sixteenth. 

147 — N. E. corner Howard and Twentieth. 

148 — N. E. corner Mission and Sixteenth. 

149 — S. W. corner Folsom and Eighteenth. 

152 — N. W. corner Brannan and Eighth. 

153 — N. W. corner Harrison and Seventh. 

154 — N. W. corner Bryant and Sixth. 

156 — N. E. corner Fourth and Berry. 

157 — South side Folsom, east of Fourth 

158— South side Folsom, east of Fifth. 

159 — N. W. corner Folsom and Sixth. 

162— S. E. corner Pacific and Franklin. 

163 — N. E. corner Sacramento and Franklin. 

164—8. E. corner Clay and Polk. 

172 — S. E. corner McAllister and Buchanan. 

173 — S. W. corner Ellis and Buchanan. 

174 — N. E. corner Turk and Fillmore. 

175 — N. E. corner Grove and Webster. 

176 — N. W. corner Post and Octavia. 

178 — N. W. corner Buchanan and Geary. 

182 — N. E. corner Sixth and Townsend. 

183 — 8. E. corner Mission and Eighth. 

192 — N. W. corner California and Front. 

193 — 8. W. corner Hyde and Chestnut. 

194 — N. W. corner Stockton and Francisco. 

213—8. W. corner Bush and Buchanan. 

214 — S. E. corner Bush and Steiner. 

215 — S. W. corner Washington and Webster. 

216 — 8. E. corner Sacramento and Fillmore. 

217 — 8. E. corner Bush and Devisadero. 

218 — N. E. corner Post and Fillmore. 

219— S. E. corner Filbert and Fillmore. 

231 — N. W. corner Howard and Twenty-fourth. 

234— N. W. corner Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 

235 — S. W. Twenty-second and Potrero Avenue 

236 — N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-sixth. 

237 — 8. W. corner Twenty-second and Dolores. 

238 — N. E. corner Santa Clara and Potrero avenue. 

241 — 8. E. corner Gough and Bush. 

243— N. W. corner Clay and Scott. 

245 — 8. W. corner Geary and Steiner. 

246 — S. E. corner Geary and Devisadero. 

247— N. W. corner Turk and Scott. 

248 — N. E. corner Devisadero and Fulton. 

251 — N. E. corner Broadway and Octavia 

253 — N. E. corner Union and Laguna 

254 — N. E. corner Union and Pierce. 

261 — S. W. corner Stevenson and Ecker. 

271 — S. W. corner Seventeenth and Church. 

273— Eighteenth east of Castro. 

274 — Nt-W. corner Twenty-fourth and Guerrero. 

281 — San Bruno Road and Twenty-eighth. 

291— S. W. corner Jones and Vallejo. 

312 — N. E. corner Jackson and Laguna. 

314 — 8. E. corner California and Laguna. 

321 — S. E. corner Pierce and California. 

324 — 8. E. corner Sacramento and Broderick. 

325 — 8. E. corner California and Central avenue. 

326—8. E. corner Sutter and Baker. 

341 — S. W. corner Ellis and Pierce. 

351 — N. W. corner Montgomery and Broadway. 

361 — 8. E. corner Ridley and Guerrero. 

SOOTH SAN FBANCISCO BRANCH. 

3 — N. E. corner First avenue and Kentucky. 

4 — S, W. corner Fifteenth avenue and P. 

5 — E. side Kentucky, bet Sierra and Nevada. 

6 — 8. W. corner Butte and Kentucky. 
Directions for Key-holders.— Upon the discov- 
ery of a fire near your signal-box. turn the crank 
steadily to the right, forty times, then wait a few 
moments, and if you hear no alarm on the large 
bells, turn as before. If you still hear no alarm, go 



to the next box and give the alarm from that. Never 
open the box or touch the crank except in case of 
fire. Never signal for a fire seen at a distance. Do 
not give an alarm for a burning chimney. Be sure 
your box is locked before leaving it. Upon a second 
alarm being struck for the same fire it will be con- 
sidered a general alarm. Second alarms will be 
turned in only by order of the Chief Engineer or his 
Assistants. 

Keys of the signal boxes are deposited in the vicin- 
ity of each box, at such places as are indicated upon 
cards placed thereon. 

The signal boxes in use consist of eighty- two crank 
boxes and seventy-seven automatic boxes. An alarm 
from an automatic box is given by pulling down the 
hook once and letting go, unerring mechanism doing 
the rest. 

Complaints concerning the working of the Fire 
Alarm Telegraph, irregular striking of the bells and 
gongs, broken wires, etc., should in all cases be made 
at the Fire Alarm Office, Brenham Place. 

In case of tumult or riot, whereby the services of 
the Police force are required, an alarm will be given, 
consisting of ten strokes upon the bells and gongs, 
repeated five times, which will be a signal for the Po- 
lice to assemble at the old City Hall. This alarm will 
be given only by order of the Mayor or Chief of 
Police. 

The telegraph apparatus consists of about one hun- 
dred and twenty miles of wire, divided into nineteen 
circuits, of which twelve are signal circuits, or cir- 
cuits running to the signal boxes. Alarm gongs are 
located in the different Engine, Hook and Ladder, and 
Hose houses, each connected with the Central Office by 
the fire alarm circuits and eight alarm bells for striking 
the alarm box, located as follows: One on the Hall of 
the Exempt Fire Co., one on the Engine House on Sixth 
street, one on the Engine House on Stockton street, 
one on the Engine House on Second street, one on the 
Engine House on California street, one on the Engine 
House on Sixteenth street, one on the Engine House 
on Bryant street, and one on the Engine House on Pa- 
cific street. The bells and gongs are each struck at 
the same time by electrical machinery. 



Fire Department. 

The Paid Fire Department of the City and County 
of San Francisco was organized December 3, 1866. 

The present force consists of three hundred and 
three officers and men (including the Board of En- 
gineers, the Clerk and Messenger of the Board of Fire 
Commissioners, the Veterinary Surgeon, and employ- 
ees at the Corporation Yard), twelve steamers, to 
each of which is attached a hose reel, eight hose 
carriages, and four hook and ladder trucks ; 
also five steamers, seven hose reels, and one 
hook and ladder truck in reserve at the Cor- 
poration Yard, the condition of which is as fully kept 
up to the standard required as that of the apparatus 
in active service. Each steamer and hook and ladder 
truck is drawn by two horses, and the hose carriages 
by one each. Number of horses in the Department, 
seventy-two. Amount of hose in use twenty-four thou- 
sand feet, all of which is carbolized. Number of hy- 
drants, one thousand three hundred and fifty-two, 
available for the purpose of extinguishing fires ; num- 
ber of cisterns, fifty-five, in good order ; total ca- 
pacity, two million eleven thousand eight hundred 
and fifty-six gallons. 

Expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 
1880.— Salaries, $193,660 00 ; apparatus, materials, etc., 
$24,779 95 ; running expenses, office rent, stationery, 
etc., $41,451 78 ; cisterns and hydrants, $6,457 01. To- 
tal, $266,348 74. 

Board of Fere Commissioners. — Gordon E. Sloss, 
(President) ; Gus Reis, Edward Flaherty, Frank G. 
Edwards, and E. B. Cotter, Commissioners; E. B.j 
Vreeland, Clerk ; George W. L. Post, Messenger. 

Officers.— David Scannell, Chief Engineer ; Matthew 
Brady, Assistant Chief Engineer ; A, C. Imbrie, James 
Riley, John E. Ross, and George W. Kennard, Assist- 
ant Engineers ; Samuel Rainey, Superintendent of 
Steamers ; James Stoddard, Assistant Superintendent 
of Steamers ; Peter Burns, Veterinary Surgeon ; Will- 



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iam Eyre, Corporation Yard Clerk ; Charles Lyons, 
Corporation Yard Drayman ; John McCarthy and 
Philip G. O'Neal, Hydrantmen; John Wills, Carpen- 
ter; John Eeilly, Substitute Engineer and Machinist; 
Cornelius Guinee, Corporation Yard Watchman. 

Steamer No. 1.— Located 419 Pacific street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amoskeag. 
second class ; size of cylinder, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand five hun- 
dred pounds. Foreman, John Hewston. 

Steamer, No. 2 — Located 412 Bush street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second class ; cylinders, six and a half inches ; length 
of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred gallons 
per minute ; weight, six thousand pounds. Fore- 
man, Thomas Sands. 

Steamee, No. 3. — Located on the south side of Cali- 
fornia street, between Leavenworth and Hyde. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, third class ; cylinders, seven and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, three hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, five thousand five hun- 
dred pounds. Foreman, M. J. Dolan. 

Steamer, No. 4. — Located 144 Second street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, second class ; cylinder, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand five hundred 
pounds. Foreman, John Whelan. 

Steamer, No. 5. — Located 1219 Stockton street. 
Company organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, second class ; cylinders, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand five 
hundred pounds. Foreman, John J. Mahoney. 

Steamer, No. 6.— Located 311 Sixth street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Engine, Amos- 
keag, second class ; cylinders, six and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, ten inches ; capacity, four hundred 
gallons per minute; weight, six thousand pounds. 
Foreman, John Dougherty. 

Steamer, No. 7. — Located on the north side of Six- 
teenth street, between Valencia and Guerrero. Com- 
pany organized April 15, 1868. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second class ; cylinder, eight and a half inches ; 
length of stroke, twelve inches ; capacity, four hun- 
dred gallons per minute ; weight, six thousand 
pounds. Foreman, John J. Skehan. 

Steamer, No. 8. — Located Pacific avenue, between 
Polk and Van Ness avenue. Company organized June 
1, 1869. Engine, Kimball, third class ; cylinder, 
seven and a half inches ; length of stroke, ten inches ; 
capacity, three hundred gallons per minute ; weight, 
four thousand pounds. Foreman, James Grady. 

Steamee, No. 9..— Located 320 Main street. Com- 
pany organized October 30, 1873. Engine, Amoskeag, 
second classy cylinder, six and a half inches ; length 
of stroke, ten inches : capacity, four hundred gallons 
per minute ; weight, six thousand pounds. Foreman, 
M. Kelly. 

Steamee, No. 10. — Located on Bryant street, be- 
tween Third and Fourth. Company organized Febru- 
ary, 1873. Engine, Amoskeag, second class ; cylinder, 
six and a half inches, length of stroke, ten inches ; 
capacity, four hundred gallons per minute ; weight, 
six thousand pounds. Foreman, Thomas O'Beilly. 

Steamee, No. 11.— Located on Fourteenth avenue, 
between Bailroad avenue and N street, -South San 
Francisco. Company organized June, 1874. Engine, 
Amoskeag, second class; cylinder, eight and a half 
Inches ; length of stroke, twelve inches ; capacity, 
four hundred gallons per minute ; weight, six thou- 
sand pounds. Foreman, C. J. Gillen. 

Steamee No. 12. — Located southwest corner of 
Drunim and Commercial streets. Company organ- 
ized September, 1879. Engine, Amoskeag, first class ; 
cylinders, eight inches; length of stroke, twelve 



inches; capacity, six hundred gallons per minute; 
weight, nine thousand pounds. Foreman, George 
Maxwell. 

Hose, No. 1.— Located 112 Jackson street. Companv 
organized December 3, 1866. Foreman, Charles Towe". 

Hose, No. 2. — Located on Post street, near Fillmore. 
Company organized December 3, 1866. Foreman, 
M. Lavell. 

Hose, No. 3. — Located on Folsom street, near 
Twenty-second. Company organized December 3, 
1866. Foreman, Isaac V. Denniston. 

Hose, No. 4.— Located 1802 Stockton street. Com- 
pany organized December 3, 1866. Foreman, James 
Derham. 

Hose, No. 5. — Located on the south side of Market 
street, between Tenth and Eleventh. Company or- 
ganized December 3, 1866. Foreman, James Biley. 

Hose, No. 6. — Located on McAllister street, between 
Webster and Buchanan. Company organized April, 
1876. Foreman, P. H. Jones. 

Hose, No. 7. — Located on Tennessee street, between 
Sierra and Shasta. Company organized February 1, 
1879. Foreman, J. V. Fulton. 

Hose, No. 8. — Located on Filbert street, between 
Fillmore and Webster. Company organized February 
1, 1879. Foreman, Ira J. Casebolt. 

Hose, No. 9.— (Fireboat, Governor Irwin) . Located 
Broadway Wharf, foot of Broadway. Organized 1878. 
Foreman, Thomas Coleman. 

Hook and Laddee, No. 1. — Located 22 O'Farrell 
street. Company organized December 3, 1866. Fore- 
man, A. Bissland. 

Hook and Laddee, No. 2. — Located 627 Broad- 
way, Company organized December 3, 1866. Fore- 
man — John O'Brien. 

Hook and Laddee, No. 3. — Located on the south 
side of Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh. 
Company organized November, 1874. Foreman, Ed- 
ward F. McKittrick. 

Hook and Laddee, No. 4. — Located on the north 
side of Pacific street, between Jones and Leaven- 
worth. Company organized April, 1877. Foreman, 
James W. Kentzell. 



Fire Patrol. 

Established in May, 1875, by the Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters. It is conducted on the same principle 
as the one in successful operation in New York City. 
The apparatus consists of wagons carrying rubber 
covers, fire extinguishers, ladders, and other appli- 
ances for extinguishing fires, saving life, and protect- 
ing property from damage by water. The force con- 
sists of fourteen men including the Captain, who are 
on duty day and night. There are two stations, No. 
1, located southwest corner of Stevenson and Ecker 
streets, and No. 2, north side of Grove, between Lar- 
kin and Polk streets. Telegraph wires extend from 
Station No. 1 to the office of the American District 
Telegraph Co., and also to the Palace and Grand Hotels. 

Station No. 1. — Members. — Russell White, Captain ; 
Charles H. Okell, Lieutenant; Scott Wycoff, C. H. 
Lewis, William F. Thomas, Charles M. Janes, William 
Smith, John A. Maier and Charles Albee, Privates. 

Station No. 2. — Members. — John F. O.Comstock, 
Lieutenant ; John Littlefield, Thomas Dornin, John 
H. Oolen and A. S. Moore, Privates. 

Fibe Marshal. — John L. Durkee (appointed by the 
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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



The free public schools of San Francisco are the 
pride of the citizens, and their efficiency attract many 
families to reside in the city in order that their child- 
ren may reap the advantages they offer. The first 
English school was established in April, 1847, with 
about thirty pupils, taught by a Mr. Marston.who is, 
therefore, the pioneer teacher of the city. Late in 
ihe same year the citizens organized a public school, 
and erected a building on the southwest corner of the 
Plaza, now Portsmouth Square. In April, 1849, the 
Common Council established a public school, and 
John C. Pelton and wife were employed as teachers, 
and this was the beginning of the system which has 
continued to the present time. During the fiscal year 
of 1879-1880 there were 61 schools, employing 686 
teachers, and having an enrolled attendance of 38,320 
pupils, of whom 20,019 were boys, and 18,301 girls. 
By the report of the School Census Marshal, June 30, 
1880, the number of youth in the city under seven- 
teen years of age is 84,206, being a decrease for the 
year of 3,898. The number between five and seven- 
teen who are entitled to draw school money is 58,492, 
a decrease of 3,613 for the year. The number attend- 
ing private and church schools only during the year 
(not including Chinese) was 6,652, a decrease during 
wthe year of 572. The number between five and sev- 
enteen years of years of age (not including Chinese) 
who have not attended school at any time during the 
year was 14,828, a decrease from the preceding year of 
4,561. The last exhibit— of children not attending 
any school — is worthy of note. The enrollment at 
the different schools was as follows : High schools — 
Boys, 353 ; girls, 879 ; total, 1,232. Grammar schools, 
including some Primary gTades — Boys, 6,484 j girls, 
7,018 ; total, 13,502. Primary schools, including some 
Grammar grades— Bovs, 11,276 ; girls, 10,153 ; total, 
21,429. Evening schools— Boys, 1,906 ; girls, 251 ; 
total, 2,157. The financial condition of the Depart- 
ment is represented as follows : The city tax for 
school purposes in the year 1879-80 was 20.46 cents on 
each $100. The total income, including cash on hand 
at the beginning of the year was $967,732, an in- 
crease over last year of $111,624 48. The expendi- 
tures were $875,448 47 ; less than the previous year by 
$1,040 67. Cost of instruction per pupil, based on 
the enrollment, and excluding expenditures for build- 
ings, $20 28. Cost of instruction per pupil, based on 
average daily attendance, and including expenditures 
for buildings, $28 74. The amotint paid teachers' 
salaries, $639,259 04 ; a decrease from the preceding 
year of $50,226 84. The estimated value of school 
property is: School sites, $1,930,000; buildings, 
$920,000 j school furniture, $185,000 ; libraries, $13,- 
000 ; school apparatus, $25,000. Total, $3,073,000. The 
Superintendent, in his Annual Report, calls attention 
to the unjust discrimination of the Board of Educa- 
tion in reducing the salaries, whereby the Primary 
and lower Grammar grades will suffer the loss of 
most of their best teachers ; the basis of salaries 
having been made on the erroneous idea that the 
higher the grade taught the higher order of talent 
was necessary in the teacher. The total amount paid 
for teachers salaries during the past fiscal year was 
an average for each enrolled pupil of $16 68. The 
amount paid as salaries of teachers at the High 
Schools was $71,220, or an average charge to the 1 ,232 
enrolled pupils of $57 89 each. The average cost for 
each pupil in the primary schools, on account of sala- 
ries paid primary teachers, is about $15 50 per annum. 
In 1855 California had only 227 schools, with an at- 
tendance of 13,000, and 26,077 census children, in 1880 
it had 2,803 schools, with an average daily attendance 
of 100,966, and 215,978 census children, a decrease of 
4,229 from the census of 1879. In 1855 teachers sala- 
ries amounted to $181,906 ; in 1880 the amount paid 
was $2,207,043 85. Up to the present time the people 
of California have devoted to the cause of education, 
for public schools, $36,608,391 26. (The total expense 
of the School Department of San Francisco has been 
$11,951,318 92.) Percentage of census children en- 
rolled in public schools, 08.93 ; percentage in private 
schools, 6.92 ; percentage attending no school, 24.17 ; 
per cent, of children of native born parents, 46.84 ; 
per cent, of children who had one foreign born 
parent, 14.49 ; per cent, of children who are of foreign 
parents, 38.67 ; school districts, 2,063 ; number of 



male teachers, 1,208; number of female teachers, 
2,387 ; average monthly salaries paid male teachers, 
$80.26 ; average paid female teachers, $64 73 ; new 
school houses erected, 73 ; institutes held, 31 ; cost of 
institutes, $2,179 51. Total receipts of the School 
Department from all sources : State and County ap- 
portionments, city and district taxes, etc., for 1879, 
$3,6537,98 96 ; for 1880, $3,573,108 32 ; State appor- 
tionment per census child, 1879, $6 60 ; for 1880, $6 94 ; 
county apportionments per census child, 1879, $3 59 ; 
for 1880, $3 30 ; total receipts of all kinds per census 
child, 1879, $16 84 ; 1880, $16 54. Total expenditures 
of the School Department, including salaries, rents, 
fuel, libraries, apparatus, sites, buildings, furniture, 
etc., 1879, $3,010,907 13 ; 1880, $2,864,571 42. Cost of 
tuition per pupil enrolled in public schools, 1880, 
$13 91. Total current expense per pupil enrolled, 
1880, $16 84. Total current expense per pupil in 
daily attendance, 1880, $26 49. Valuation of school 
property. 1880, $6,914,303. By the foregoing it will be 
seen that San Francisco has about 41 per cent, of the 
enrolled pupils; pays about 26 per cent, of the 
teachers salaries ; has about 27 per cent, of the 
children entitled to school moneys, and o <vns about 
45 ner cent, of the school property of the State. Of 
the State University the Superintendent says : "It 
is a subject for congratulation that the new Constitu- 
tion has placed the University upon a permanent 
basis, and has removed it beyond the control of po- 
litical or sectarian influence. Considering the youth 
of the State, and, by comparison with other States of 
the Union, it is quite safe to say that the status of the 
University, as well as its curriculum and equipment, 
are far in advance of any of the younger States. 
During the last two years, in the University proper, 
there has been a falling off in the number of students; 
this is owing in part to the depression in business ; 
partly to more rigid examination upon or preceding 
admission, and partly, no doubt, to diminished en- 
thusiasm incidental to a less vigorous and energetic 
administration than before of the educational affairs 
of the institution. With an improvement in this lat- 
ter respect larger numbers will be attracted to it than 
formerly, and it will fill the measure of anticipation 
of its special friends and the reasonable demands of 
the community. The Regents have under considera- 
tion several propositions looking to* the increased 
efficiency of the University in its various depart- 
ments." Of the Normal School the Superintendent 
says : " The State Normal School is doing very effi- 
cient work and is greatly improving the schools of 
the State. The graduates, and, even many of the 
undergraduates, are giving us excellent teachers. 
The destruction of the building with its excellent 
equipments, while it has subjected the school to 
great inconvence, does not seem to have restricted its 
usefulness." On the night of February 10th the 
building was burned ; on the morning of the 11th the 
Board of Education of San Jos£ generously tendered 
the State the free use of the High School building for 
the Normal School until the completion of the new 
building. The attendance has been between three 
hundred and three hundred and fifty, exclu- 
sive of the training school. The new building 
in process of erection will be larger and far more 
commodious than the old. for the Board of Trustees 
have wisely profited by the experience of the past." 

CITY NORMAL SCHOOL.— The Normal Class of 
this city (October 1, 1880) numbers 163, all graduates. 

KINDEKGARTENS.— The Deputy Superintendent 
recommends the establishment of Kindergartens "all 
over the city." " The excellent work done in that 
direction by the Silver Street Kindergarten, under 
the skillful management of Miss Catherine Smith, 
has shown the possibilities of the system, and I be- 
lieve that to-day the most valuable and effective 
change that can be made in our School Department 
would be the establishment of at least twenty simi- 
lar schools under trained and competent teachers." 

COSMOPOLITAN SCHOOLS.— Professor Herbst 
reports there are three Grammar and three Primary 
Schools, in which instruction is given in French to 
438 pupils, and in German to 2,065 pupils, besides the 
English course prescribed for all the Common Schools 
of the city. There are eight special teachers of Ger- 
man and French, whose aggregate salary amounts to 
$6,528. There are 67 classes in which German or 
French is taught ; 44 of these are taught by special 



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teachers, and 23 by class teachers holding German or 
French certificates. The four Grammar Schools in 
■which French and German are taught are the North 
Cosmopolitan, Hayes Valley and South Cosmopolitan, 
and the Primary are the Bush Street, Post Street and 
Greenwich Street." 

EVENING SCHOOLS.— Mr. Charles H. Ham, Prin- 
cipal of Evening Schools, reports the number of 
pupils enrolled during year ending December 31, 1880, 
at 3,400. Average daily attendance, 825 ; average 
number belonging to Evening Schools, 1,000. The 
terms and holidays are the same as those of the day 
schools. The studies are reading, arithmetic, pen- 
manship and composition or letter- writing, bookkeep- 
ing, industrial drawing, mathematics, etc. The study 
of Spanish has been added during the present year, 
and at this time there are four classes of sixty pupils 
each, who receive lessons alternate evenings, from 
two teachers appointed for that purpose. The total 
number of classes now in the schools are twenty-eight. 
The highest number during the yea* having been 
thirty. The Evening Schools are held at the Lincoln, 
Mission and Washington Schools. 

CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES.— The new Consti- 
tution brings numerous changes in the Public School 
system. It recognizes evening, technical and normal 
schools as properly belonging to the Common School 
system, and makes high schools and cosmopolitan 
schools practically independent of the State, but de- 
pendent upon the city for their establishment and 
support. The Board of Education (Section 7) will 
have control of the schools, selecting text-books, 
direct the examination of teachers, and, unless done 
by the Legislature, will prescribe the course of studies, 
which may include all the studies of the high schools. 
The changes in the examination of teachers and the 
selection of text-books are important. 

SCHOOL HOUSES.— The following named school 
houses were completed during the year : Grant Pri- 
mary — cost, $27,426 24 ; Pine and Scott Street— cost, 
$20,779 ; Buena Vista— cost, $8,128 80 ; West Mission 
Street— cost, $18,385 75. The total number of build- 
ings used by the Department is 76, of which 63 are 
owned by the city and 10 rented. Of those owned by 
the Department, 8 are of brick and 55 are of wood, 
The amount paid for rented rooms was $8,773 70. 

LOCATION OF SCHOOLS ; NUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED 
AND AVERAGE ATTENDANCE OF PUPILS IN THE 
SCHOOLS, MAY, 1880. . 

BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, north side Sut- 
ter street, between Gough and Octavia. Pupils en- 
rolled, 353 ; average attendance, 271. 

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.— Location, north side 
Bush street, between Hyde and Larkin. Pupils en- 
rolled, 879 ; average attendance, 776. Branch Girls' 
High School, east side Powell street, near Clay .J 

LINCOLN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side Fifth street, near Market. Pupils enrolled, 
1,409 ; average attendance, 1,100. 

DENMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, north- 
west corner Bush and Taylor streets. Pupils enrolled, 
1,011 ; average attendance,. 814. 

RINCON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Silver 
street, between Second and Third. Pupils enrolled, 
704 ; average attendance, 557. 

WASHINGTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, 
southwest corner Washington and Mason streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 571 ; average attendance, 519. 

UNION GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Union street, between Montgomery and Kearny. 
Pupils enrolled, 585 ; average attendance, 425. 

BROADWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. — Location, 
north side Broadway street, between Powell and 
Mason streets. Pupils enrolled, 680 ; average attend- 
ance, 559. 

SPRING VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, south side Broadway street, between Larkin and 
Polk streets. Pupils enrolled, 1,005 ; average attend- 
ance, 765. 

HAYES VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (COSMO- 
POLITAN).— Location north side McAllister street, 
between Franklin and Gough . Pupils enrolled, 1,148 ; 
average attendance, 960. 



SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, Eddy street, between Polk and Van Ness 
Avenue. Pupils enrolled, 1,137; average attendance, 
1,000. 

NORTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— 
Location, north side Filbert street, between Jones 
and Taylor. Pupils enrolled, 648; average attend- 
ance, 579. 

VALENCIA STREET GRAMMAR SCHOOL (COS- 
MOPOLITAN) . — Location, east side Valencia street, 
between Twenty-second and Twenty-third. Pupils 
enrolled, 1.163 ; average attendance, 987. 

FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, east 
side of Eighth street, between Harrison and Bryant. 
Pupils enrolled, 1,055 ; average attendance, 841. 

MISSION GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Mission 
street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 872 ; average attendance, 662. 

HAMILTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Geary street, near Pierce. Pupils enrolled, 1,156; 
average attendance, 860. 

CLEMENT GRAMMAR SCHOOL.— Location, Geary 
street, between Jones and Leavenworth. Pupils en- 
rolled, 943 ; average attendance, 755. 

BUSH STREET (COSMOPOLITAN) PRIMARY 
SCHOOL.— Location, southeast corner Bush and 
Stockton streets. Pupils enrolled, 783 ; average at- 
tendance, 565. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL.— Location, 
Fourteenth avenue, near L street. Pupils enrolled, 
550 ; average attendance, 395. 

POTRERO PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south- 
west corner Kentucky and Napa streets. Pupils en- 
rolled, 401; average attendance, 288. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— 
Location, Post street, between Dupont and Stockton. 
Pupils enrolled, 703 ; average attendance, 533. 

COLUMBIA STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Columbia street, between Twenty-fifth and 
Twenty-sixth. Pupils enrolled, 622 ; average attend- 
ance, 481. 

LINCOLN PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Bryant 
street, near Sixth. Pupils enrolled, 814 ; average at- 
tendance, 628. 

GRANT PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, Golden 
Gate Avenue, between Leavenworth and Hyde. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 903 ; average attendance, 639. 

MARKET STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, east side Fifth street, near Market. Pupils en- 
rolled, 1,280; average attendance, 831. 

MISSION PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, west side 
Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 840; average attendance, 658. 

TEHAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, south 
side Tehama street, near First. Pupils enrolled, 972 ; 
average attendance, 711. 

BROADWAY PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, north 
side Broadway street, between .Montgomery and San- 
some. Pupils enrolled, 575 ; average attendance, 409. 

FOURTH STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Harrison street, between Fourth and Fifth- 
Pupils enrolled, 998 ; average attendance, 700. 

SILVER STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Silver street, between Second and Third. 
Pupils enrolled, 1,283 ; average attendance, 849. 

PINE AND LARKIN STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Location, southwest corner Pine and Larkin streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 684 ; average attendance, 455. 

GREENWICH STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, south side y Greenwich street, between Jones 
and Leavenworth '. Pupils enrolled, 811 ; average at- 
tendance 574. 

HAYES VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location.' 
north side Grove street, between Larkin and Polk 
Pupils enrolled, 974 ; average attendance, 693. 

UNION PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, northwest 
corner Filbert and Kearny streets. Pupils enrolled, 
582 ; average attendance, 423. 

SHOTWELL STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, east side Shotwell street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 621; average at- 
tendance, 425. 



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EIGHTH STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, east side Eighth street, between Harrison and 
Bryant. Pupils enrolled, 922 ; average attendance, 602. 

POWELL STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL— Loca- 
tion, west side Powell street, between Washington 
and Jackson. Pupils enrolled, 621; average attend- 
ance, 449. 

TYLER STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
north side Golden Gate Avenue, between Pierce and 
Scott. Pupils enrolled, 468 ; average attendance, 394. 

HAIGHT PRIMARY SCHOOL— Location, west side 
Mission street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth. Pupils enrolled, 643 ; average attendance, 525. 

PINE AND SCOTT STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Location, northeast corner Pine and Scott streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 475 ; average attendance, 424. 

WEST MISSION STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Lacation, West Mission 6treet, between Hermann and 
Ridley. Pupils enrolled, 415 ; average attendance, 336. 

BUENA VISTA SCHOOL.— Location, York street, 
between Solano and Butte. Pupils enrolled, 180 ; av- 
erage attendance, 159. 

SPRING VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
south side of Union street, between Franklin and 
Gough. Pupils enrolled, 324 ; average attendance, 224. 

TURK STREET PRIMARY* SCHOOL.— Location, 
south side Turk 6treet, between Webster and Bu- 
chanan. Pupils enrolled, 811 ; average attendance, 
607. 

WEST END SCHOOL.— Location, San Jose Road, 
near Six-Mile House. Pupils enrolled, 110 ; average 
attendance, 84. 

FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL.— Location, Chenery street, 
near Randall. Pupils enrolled, 469; average attend- 
ance, 354. 

NOE AND TEMPLE STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Location, southeast corner Noe and Twenty-fifth 
streets. Pupils enrolled, 305; average attendance, 
220. 

POINT LOBOS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Location, 
Point Lobos avenue, near Nineteenth avenue. Pupils 
enrolled, 35 ; average attendance, 24. 

OCEAN HOUSE SCHOOL.— Location, San Migue 1 
Road, near Ocean House Road. Pupils enrolled, 66 ; 
average attendance, 54. 

LAGUNA HONDA SCHOOL.— Location, Seventh av- 
enue, near Laguna Honda. Pupils enrolled, 98 ; 
average attendance, 62. 

JACKSON STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, north side Jackson street, between Webster and 
Fillmore. Pupils enrolled, 377 ; average attendance, 
259. 

SANCHEZ STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Sanchez street, between Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. Pupils enrolled, 461 ; average attendance, 364. 

SOUTH END SCHOOL.— Location Williams street, 
near Henry. Pupils enrolled, 88; average attend- 
ance, 68. 

LOBOS AVENUE SCHOOL.— Location, Point Lobos 
avenue, near Parker avenue. Pupils enrolled, 173 ; 
attendance, 136. 

LOMBARD STREET PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, north side Lombard street, between Baker and 
Broderick. Pupils enrolled, 106 ; average attend- 
ance, 78. 

BERNAL HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL.— Loca- 
tion, Cortland avenue, near Moultrie street. Pupils 
enrolled, 93 ; average attendance, 67. 

HARRISON STREET UNGRADED SCHOOL.— Lo- 
cation, Harrison street, between Tenth and Eleventh. 
Pupils enrolled, 115 ; average attendance, 49. 

EVENING SCHOOLS.— Location, Lincoln School, 
Mission School, and Washington School. Pupils en- 
rolled, 2,157, of whom 1,381 are over 16 years of age • 
average attendance, 711. 

Fifty-seven schools, exclusive of Evening Schools. 



Colleges and Private Schools. 

Notwithstanding the excellence of the free public 
schools of the city and State, their exemption from 
direct cost to the pupil or parent, and the great in- 
terest taken in them by the public as the nurse and 
strength of- our free institutions, colleges and private 
schools of great wealth, popularity and importance 
rise and prosper. That such institutions exist, show 
the great interest taken in educational matters. The 
public and private systems are rivals, each stimulat- 
ing the other, and setting examples of enterprise, 
management, salaries, edifices, progress and standard 
of scholarships. There are in San Francisco about 
one hundred private schools, in which term are in- 
cluded the select school of a few pupils, the semina- 
ries, commercial schools, academies, convent schools, 
and colleges, with their thousand students. The 
Census Marshal reported the number of youth at- 
tending private and church schools in this city in 
June, 1880 (not including Chinese) at 6,652. Many of 
the private schools having edifices of great capacity, 
cost and grand architectural appearance. 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE.— The Sacred Heart 
College, located on the corner of Eddy and Larkin 
streets, is a wooden structure of three high stories 
and basement, and covering a large portion of the 
block. This is conducted by the " Christian Broth- 
ers," under the direction of Brother Genebern. The 
number of students is 700. The object of this insti- 
tution is to give a thoroughly Christian and secular 
education, embracing the classical, scientific and 
c ommercial courses. , 

SACRED HEART PRESENTATION CONVENT.— 
The Sacred Heart Presentation Convent is a fine brick 
building of ample proportions, located at the corner 
of Taylor and Ellis streets. This is a chartered col- 
lege by act of the Legislature and empowered to con- 
fer graduating certificates. The school is free of 
charge to all denominations. It was opened on the 
24th of May, 1869, and the number of pupils increas- 
ing, made it necessary to enlarge the building, and in 
1870 the portion fronting on Ellis street was added. 
Later on a wing within the enclosure was built, to 
afford more ample facilities for the improvement of 
pupils in music, needlework, painting, drawing, etc. 
The institution contains 600 pupils, and is under the 
charge of Mother Mary Bernard Comerford. 

ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE.— The St. Ignatius Col- 
lege located on the west side of Van Ness avenue, 
and extending from Hayes to Grove streets', ranks 
among the oldest and most prominent of the colleges 
of San Francisco, opening for the reception of stu- 
dents on October 15, 1855. It was incorporated under 
the law of the State April 30, 1859, and empowered to 
confer degrees and academical honors. The number 
of students usually in attendance's upwards of 700, 
with a staff of 24 professors and teachers. The col- 
lege edifice consists of two main buildings, connected 
by spacious corridors. On the corner of Grove and 
Van Ness avenue, the first two stories are used for 
class and lecture-rooms, and the two upper floors as 
an exhibition hall. The college will accommodate 
twelve hundred students. The church and college 
combined front two hundred and ninety feet on Hayes 
street, and runs through to Grove street, a depth of 
two hundred and seventy-five feet. It is one of the 
largest and most magnificent edifices the city contains. 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE.— The St. Mary's College 
located on the east side of Mission street, or County 
Road, about four miles from the City Hall, is repre- 
sented as in a flourishing condition. It is one of the 
oldest colleges on the coast, and has been under the 
management of the Christian Brothers since 1863. 
During the last year there were about 250 students in 
attendance. 

UNIVERSITY (CITY) COLLEGE.— The Univesity 
(City) College, Rev. Jeme6 Matthews, DD., principal, 
is located on the south side of Haight street, between 
Laguna and Octavia. It was founded in 1859. Al- 
though having a nominal connection with the Pres- 
byterian Church, the institution is not under ecclesi- 
astical control, and is unsectarian in its character. 
The course of study at present prescribed, extends but 
little further than is needful to fit pupils for entering 
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course of study ■will be extended as rapidly as the 
students can be prepared for it, and the trustees can 
provide the means of maintaining a competent 
Faculty. 

MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC— The 
Medical College of the Pacific is located on Haight 
street, between Laguna and Octavia. It is the Medical 
Department of the University (City) College. The 
institution was organized in 1858 as the Medical De- 
partment of the University of the Pacific, and was 
transferred to its present connection in 1870. The 
professors of the college are mostly experienced and 
successful teachers, whose interest is strongly en- 
listed in their work. Several of them bring a large 
experience, both in this and the old world. Henry 
Gibbons, Jr., M. D., Dean. Office, 101 Dupont. 

SAN FRANCISCO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.— 
The San Francisco Theological Seminary is located at 
121 Haight street. This institution was organized by 
the Synod of the Pacific of the Presbyterian Church, 
in October, 1871, but is open for students of all de- 
nominations. The qualifications for admission t and 
the course of studies are the same as in the oldest 
and best theological schools in the East. It has a 
library of over six thousand volumes. The Faculty 
are : Rev. Drs. Scott, Burrowes, Hemphill, and Alex- 
ander. Term opens September 1st, and closes May 
1st of each year. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.— The 
California College of Pharmacy was incorporated 
August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the University of 
California, June 18, 1873. The aim of the institution 
is to unite the pharmacists and druggists of the Pa- 
cific States in organized efforts to elevate the special 
educational standard of the business of the apothe- 
cary, by cultivating, improving and diffusing the 
principles and practice of legitimate pharmacy ; its 
collateral branches of science and the arts ; the best 
modes of rendering available medicinal agents, by 
giving instructions in the same and in the art of dis- 
pensing, by a series of lectures and practical demon- 
strations. Lectures are given for a term of six 
months, during each year, at the Hall of Academy of 
Sciences, southwest corner of California and Dupont 
streets. 

THE HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW.— This 
Institution, which is in connection with and under 
the auspices of the University of California, owes its 
formation to the munificence of Judge S. C. Hastings, 
who endowed it with a free gift of $100,000. The act 
of the Legislature establishing the College authorizes 
the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco to provide 
suitable rooms in this city, and makes it mandatory 
upon the Law Library Association to extend its bene- 
fits to the students of the College. It is now located 
In the building of the Society of California Pioneers, 
808 Montgomery street. The number of students is 
800. The Faculty are : John Le Conte, M. D., L. L. 
D., President ; John Norton Pomeroy, L. L. D., Pro- 
fessor of Municipal Law ; Oliver P. Evans, Adjutant 
Professor of Municipal Law ; William H. Piatt, D. D* 
L. L. D., Professor of Ethics and Rules of Morality ; 
B. Clinton Hastings, Dean ; Charles P. Hastings, Reg- 
istrar. Office of Dean and Registrar, room 2, Court 
Block, 636 Clay street. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA.— The Medical Department of the 
University of California occupy the building formerly 
known as the Toland Medical College, located on the 
east side of Stockton street, between Chestnut and 
Francisco. The building was donated to the Univer- 
sity by the late Dr. H. H. Toland. This is an insti- 
tution of a high character ; the Faculty being com- 
posed of some of the most prominent members of the 
medical profession. The course of studies are the 
same as those pursued in the most prominent col- 
leges of the East and Europe. An annual course of 
lectures are given, commencing on the first Monday 
of June and terminating on the 31st of October. R. 
Beverly Cole, M. D., Dean. Office, 618 Sutter street. 

BUSINESS COLLEGES.— Of these there are three, 
located as follows : Pacific, 320 Post street ; Heald's, 
24 Post street ; Barnard's,. 120 Sutter street. These 
institutions enjoy a high reputation, as is attested by 
the large number of students in attendance, both 



from the city and interior. The course of studies 
embraces bookkeeping, penmanship, mathematics, 
telegraphy, and others calculated to prepare the stu- 
dent for commercial pursuits. 

In addition to the institutions enumerated above, 
are many private schools of excellent reputation ; 
the most prominent of these are the University 
School, Urban Academy, Zeitska's Institute, Home 
Institute, Clarke Institute, Mefret's French and Eng- 
lish Institute, Academy of Notre Dame, St. Rose 
Academy, St. Vincent School and Filippe's Academy 
of Languages, which is centrally located at the south- 
west corner of Bush and Kearny streets, and offers 
every facility for those desirous of studying modern 
languages. Professor De Filippe personally superin- 
tends the Spanish and French classes, and he has a 
corps of first-class assistants to teach any of the 
other languages that pupils may desire to learn. 



Federal Officers. 

Abmt U. S., Division of the Pacific, and Depart- 
ment of California. —Maj. -Gen. Irvin McDowell, 
Commanding; Capt. B. B. Keeler, Aid-de-Camp ; Col. 
John C. Kelton, Assistant Adjutant-General ; Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel Rufus Saxton, Deputy Quartermaster- 
General Chief Quartermaster; Col. Charles L. Kil- 
burn, Chief Commissary of Subsistence ; Col. Charles 
Sutherland, Surgeon U. S. A., Medical Director ; Capt. 
William A. Jones. Corp. of Engineers, Engineer Offi- 
cer. Headquarters, Presidio Reservation. Major R. 
N. Batchelder, Quartermaster, in charge Q. M. Depot, 
San Francisco, Cal ; Capt. G. A. Hull, M. S. K., in 
charge of Clothing Depot; Capt. Henry Johnson, 
Medical Storekeeper, and acting assistant Medical 
Purveyor ; Acting AsBistant-Surgeon James W. Kee- 
ney, Attending Surgeon ; Major T. C. Sullivan, C. S. 
Purchasing and Deport Commissary of Subsistance. 
Offices, 36 New Montgomery. 

Army U. S., Department Califobnia.— Maj.-Gen. 
Irvin McDowell, Commanding (same staff officers as 
under Division) , Presidio Reservation; Liut.-Col. Rod- 
ney Smith, Deputy Paymaster-General ; Majs. James 
R. Roche and Frank M. Coxe, Paymasters. Offices, 36 
New Montgomery 

Abmy U. S., U. 8. Engineebs, Pacific Coast— 
Lieut.-Col. Charles S. Stewart, Senior Engineer, Presi- 
dent Board of Engineers Pacific Coast, and Engineer 
in charge fortifications Fort Point ; Lieut.-Col. Geo. 
H. Mendell, in charge Alcatraz Island, Lime Point, 
Oakland Harbor Improvement, Humboldt, Wilming- 
ton, Sacramento River, San Joaquin River, and Peta- 
luma Creek ; First Lieut. Albert H. Payson, Recorder 
Board Engineers ; offices 533 Kearny street. Lieut. 
Col. R. S. Williamson, Twelfth Light House District, 
office 120 Sutter street. 

Board of Examining Subgeons fob Pensionebs— 
C. N. Ellinwood, M.D. ; J. M. McNulty, M.D. ; andL. 
L. Dorr, M. D. Board meets first Wednesday of each 
month, at 11 o'clock a. m. Office, 715 Clay. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Westebn Coast 
DrvrsiON) — Professor George Davidson, Augustus F. 
Rodgers, Louis A. Sengteller, J. S. Lawson, S. Forney, 
and B. A. Colonna, San Francisco ■ William Eimbeck, 
Carson, Nevada ; W. E. Greenwell and S. Forney, 
Santa Barbara ; Cleveland Rockwell, Kalama, W. T. ; 
Assistants— E. F. Dickins, San Francisco ; Eugene 
Ellicott, Olympia, W. T.: J. F. Pratt and D. B. Wain- 
wright, San Francisco ; Sub Assistants— F. W. Morse, 
P. A. Welker, San Francisco, and Robert A.Marr, Car- 
son, Nev.; Aids — Ferdinand Westdahl, San Francisco, 
Draftsman • Charles B. Hill, Clerk ; Vicente Denis, 
Messenger. Office, U. 8. Appraiser's Building. 

Collectob of Pobt — Eugene L. Sullivan ; office, 
Custom House, third floor. 



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Court, Circuit. — Stephen J. Field, Presiding Jus- 
tice ; Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit Judge ; Court Boom, U. 
S. Appraiser's Building, 

Coubt, District — Ogden Hoffman, Judge ; Court 
Boom, U. S. Appraiser's Building. 

Coubt Commissioners— L. S. B. Sawyer, Joseph F. 
O'Beirne, A. D. Grimwood, H. F. Lardner, Southard 
Hoffman ; office, U. S. Appraiser's Building ; Charles 
A. Low, 23 Montgomery Block ; Nathaniel Holland, 
605 Clay; J. A.Bobinson, 507 Montgomery; Theodore 
Beichert, 610 Commercial; Charles J. Torbert, Cen- 
tral Pacific B. B. Building, corner of Fourth and 
Townsend ; John J. Maginis, 636 Clay streets. 

District Attorney— Philip Teare ; A. P. Van Du- 
zer, and William E. Lovett, Assistants ; office, U. 8. 
Appraiser's Building. 

Inspector of Boilers — James Hillman, office, V. 
S. Appraiser's Building. 

Inspector or Hulls — John H. Freeman ; office, U. 
S. Appraiser's Building. 

Internal Beventje — 'William Higby, Collector; 
George W. By ley, Deputy and Chief Clerk; J. B. Fin- 
layson, Cashier; John E. Youngberg, H. E. Hall, P. F. 
M. Wate, G. T. Converse, C. Maltby, C. E. Higby, H. 
White, J. V. Kelly, J. A. Kelly, D. A. Meader, Francis 
M. Cooley, Joseph A. Bingot, Frank B. Fanning, and 
E. F. Bean, Deputies ; George A. Newbold, Enoch N. 
Stout, Thomas Magilton, C. W. Miller, S. G. Jones, E. 
W.Woolsey, P.D.Browne, J. F. Campbell, F. M. Bice, 
J. B. Clayes, I. A. Weid, J. T. Harris, E. C. Boworth, 
William H. Hubbard, Chas. E. Needhain, G. H. Messer- 
smith, B. H. Bogers, Isaac Ayre and Leonard H. 
Murch, Gaugers ; Henry B. McNeil, Joseph Wallace, 
Joseph Savage, H. H. Havens, W. E. Stearns, B. W. 
Lee, S. T. Nye, W. L. Phillips, J. Collins, W. S. Moore, 
O. Dodge, G. W. Babcock, W. L. Bromley, S. S. Saul, 
J. Winkler, H. Hillebrand, John Bincke, E. B. Gates, 
D. A. Morse, L. T. Kafka, and A. G. Morton, Store- 
keepers ; H. C. Whittemore, Charles A. Marston, A. F. 
Bartlett and G. S. McCracken, Clerks ; office, U. S. 
Appraiser's Building. 

Internal Bevenue Agent — William Somerville ; 
office, U. 3. Appraiser's Building. 

Land Office— William E. Wheaton, Eegister: 
Charles H. Chamberlain, Eeceiver; office, 610 Com- 
mercial street. 

Light House Department. Pacific Coast — Twelfth 
Light House District; Com. George W. W. Coffin, IT. S. 
N., Inspector of the District; Charles C. H.Thompson, 
Clerk ; Lieut.-Col. B. S. Williamson, U. S. A., Engin- 
eer; John T. Best, Clerk; C. B. Gutheil, Draughts- 
man ; John O. Brown, Messenger; office, 120 Sutter. 
Eugene L. Sullivan, Superintendent of Lights; office, 
Custom House; John T. Huie, Keeper, and Mrs. Sophia 
Huie, Assistant, Alcatraz Island; J. B. Brown, Keeper, 
C. V. S. Bingham, George Boyd and John C. Linne, 
Assistants, Point Bonita j James Bankin, Keeper, 
Frederick Meyer, Assistant, Fort Point; W. C. Part- 
low, Keeper, John Webb, Bobert W. Mateer and Jo- 
seph M. Page, Assistants, South Farallone Island; H. 
Holzhutei, Keeper, G. N. Shaw, Assistant, Goat Is- 
land; S. M. Farr,en, Keeper, J. Cawley, Assistant, 
East Brother. 

Marine Hospital, U. S.— Ernest Hebersmth, M. D., 
Surgeon; Hospital, Presidio Beservation, near Moun- 
tain Lake. 

Marine Hospital Service U. S., Pacific Coast, 
Subgeon-ln-Chabge— Ernest Hebersmth, M.D.; office, 
U. S. Appraiser's Building. 

Marshal. U. S.— A. w; Poole; Deputies: George F. 
Worth, W. McEwen, D. W. C. Story, Horace Bacon, 
Henry Finnegass, Charles H. Peterson, Charles W. 
Poole, W. N. Davis and Charles S. Favor ; office, U. S. 
Appraiser's Building. 

Mint, Superintendent of — Henry L. Dodge; office, 
northwest corner of Mission and Fifth streets. 

Naval Officer (Port of San Francisco)— Edwin G. 
Waite ; Deputy Naval Officer Walter Mead; office, Cus- 
tom House, second floor. 

Pay Dibectob, TJ. S. N.— Caspar Schenck; office, U. 
S. Appraiser's Building. 

Pension Agent, U. S. Army and Navy— William H- 
Payne; office, 620 Washington street. 

Post Office — Harrison J. McKusick, Superintend- | 



ent Bailway Mail Service ■ office, Post Office Building ; 
A. G. Sharp, J. H. Mahoney, and Theodore F. Tracy, 
Agents P. O. Department, office 320 Sansome ; James 
Coey, Postmaster ; office, northwest corner of Wash- 
ington and Battery streets. 

Secret Service Division — Henry Finnegass ; office, 
0. S. Appraiser's Building. 

Shipping Commissioner — J. D. Stevenson; office, 118 
Jackson street. 

Signal Service U. S. A. — Nelson Gorom, Observer ; 
W. L. Seward, Assistant ; office, 42 Merchants' Ex- 
change. 

Superintendent Constbuction U. S. Public Build- 
ings — Thomas Holt, office, U. S. Appraiser's Building, 
top floor. 

Supebvising Inspectob Steam Vessels — Charles 
C. Bemis ; office, U. S. Appraiser's Building. 

Subveyor-Genebal fob California — Theodore 
Wagner ■ office, 610 Commercial street. 

Surveyor Post — John M. Morton ; office, Custom 
House, second floor. 

Treasures U. S., Assistant — William Sherman; 
office, 610 Commercial street. 

Treasury Department U. S., Special Agent — 
Joseph F. Evans ; office, U. S. Appraiser's Building. 



Custom House. 

Northwest corner of Washington and Battery 
streets ; office hours daily, from nine o'clock a. m. to 
three o'clock p. m. (Sundnvs expected.) 

EUGENE L. SULLIVAN, Collector. 

J. Fbank Miller, Deputy Collector and Auditor. 

L. M. Kellogg, Deputy Collector. 

M. Morrison, Deputy Collector, Vallejo, Cal. 

J. A. Watson, Deputy Collector, Eureka, Cal. 

• collector's office. 
Charles C. Leavitt, Adjuster of Duties ; H. Clay Mil- 
ler, Cashier ; Edward B. Jerome, Secretary to Collec- 
tor ; John A. Sampson, Assistant Cashier ; L. A. Leavy, 
Accountant ; Florence McCarthy, Impost Bookkeeper ; 
W. H. H. Hussey, Assistant Impost Bookkeeper; G. 
H. Ferree, N. C. Siebe, and B. Frank Clarke, Entry 
Clerks ; Charles E. Cloyes, Clerk and Assistant Audit- 
or ; Thomas H. Craig, Entry and Clearance Clerk ; 
Joseph A. Perkins, William J. Coey, W. Ford Thomas, 
C. H. Blinn, William A. Darling, William I. Kip, 
David Harris, Alfred W. Baker, Alex. Hay, George B. 
Adams, B. D. Lennox, and Thomas M. Nosier, clerks ; 
Arthur Von Bhein, Jr., Edward A. Colson, Harlow H. 
White, and Cressy Unger, Messengers ; J. J. Kelly, W. 
L. Crawford, and S. M. Folger, Watchmen. 

warehouse division. 

JAMES H. McNABB, Deputy Collector and Store- 
keeper, Chas. W. Clayes, Warehouse and Withdrawal 
Clerk ; Barlow Dyer, Bond Clerk ; George Barrington, 
Warehouse Bookkeeper ; Alvin Flanders, F. B. Sharp, 
Jobn M. Creed, Edward Naughton, and David N. Coey, 
Clerks ; Caius P. Kelley, James Stockton, J. C. Palmer, 
Phineas U. Blunt, William S. McBoberts, James B. 
Worden, H. L. Hosmer, William P. Saxe, and H. Colby, 
Assistant Storekeepers ; J. J. Lyon, Beceiving Clerk ; 
Jacob C. Shrader, Opium Inspector; Alfred Gibbons, 
Superintendent of Warehouses; T. Mahoney, William 
W. Gift, and J. B. Phelps Watchmen ; A. P. Bouton, 
Messenger ; Thomas J. Falls, Engineer Appraiser's 
Store ; John Corbett, Superintendent of Laborers ; 
Bradford Stevens, George W. Apgar, Isaac Holliday, 
A. C. Buckbee, D. G. Grant, Albert J. Garrett, W. H, 
Martin, Jeremiah Keefe, Thomas Campbell, D. J. Wil- 
mans, H. E. Thomas, and William B. Ludlow, Labor- 
ers. 

appraiser's department. 

George W. Dent and Jacob G. Moore. Appraisers , 
Frederick Lux and Horace Z. Wheeler, Assistant Ap- 
praisers ; Nathan B. Hoyt, George McDonald, D. S. 
Levy, Theodore F. Jerome, and E. B. Dennison, Ex- 
aminers Merchandise ; Charles Burrell, Examiner 
Drugs; T. O. Lewis, Clerk; George E. Bugbee, An- 






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Manufacturers EX TK A FAMILT SOAPS 
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Office, 116 Front St., Factory, South San Fr'sco 



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drew Hollywood, W. G. Wagsteff, and A. M. Hiltz, 
Samplers ; John J. Stoddard, Messenger ; August C. 
Allen, William Stedman, T. F. Perry, M. C. Edwards, 
J. Macey, O. Hilton, M. Nolan, F. Dent, Daniel Keefe, 
Samuel Jensen, John D. Havens, and Edward M. Kis- 
ter, Laborers. 

STJBVEYOB'S OFHCE. 

JOHN M. MORTON, Surveyor. 

Halsey F. Cooper, Deputy Surveyor ; Joshua C. Sar- 
gent, Clerk Assistant to Surveyor ; Joseph W. Church, 
Clerk. 

DISTRICT OFJTICEBS. 

Edgar M. Lawton, John M. O'Neill, and A. H. 
Sax ton. 

TNSPECTOBS. 

James E. Squire, James Hart, Joseph Hollywood, 
Henry CharbonnelJ, J. L. Hatch, F. W. Lawrence, 
Amasa B. Andrews, George Allman, William W. Stan- 
deford, S. S. Bamberger, David S. Levy, William H. 
Scales, W. F. Harrington, J. L. Lang. C. D. Douglass, 
James H. Breeze, Luke H. Perkins, Henry Delafield, 
Samuel Dodd, Porter Haden, Isaac S. Church, Silas P. 
Ford, Symmes H. Hunt, Charles M. Plumb, S. D. Sim- 
onds, William J. Buddick, Joseph Nevins, George 
Laws, William H. Sparks, L B. Lockwood, W. H. 
Harron and Henry Hoeber (Measurer Vessels) Ins- 
pectors ; Mrs. Mary M. Slicer, Inspectress. 

NIGHT INSPECTORS. 

Lee B. Matthews, Captain ; George A. Warren and 
Thomas Rodgers, Lieutenants. 

Jonathan Edmundson, John W. McMullin, John P. 
Skelton, Daniel S. Bates, L. C. Louderback, J. F. Ray, 
Gerald Cullen, O. M. Marsh, Stephen Jewett, C. J. 
Raney, W. Ottenheimer, Ed. H. Burrell, H. W. Red- 
dan, W. G. Lee, C. M. Srratton, I. S. Barman, James O. 
•Rourke, 8eth Folger, Isidor Simon, Thomas Sawyer, 
George W. Lincoln, B. I. Salomon, W. E. Peyton, 
Charles Hoerchner, James M. Allen, Jeffrey Powers, 
Thomas J. Smith, S. F. Child, Charles CDonnell, J. 
White, Joseph Griffith, F. D. Ciprico, J. T. Gamer- 
ston, D. K. McMullin, Charles Emslie, Heman Tucker, 
Edward McLean, John Babcock, Alfred Ulp, W. Mc- 
Murray, John Mulloy, Edward McLaughlin, John 
Dawes and Benj. F. Carver, Inspectors. 

WEIGHEBS. 

Thomas P. Valleau, L. Van Orden, and Lucius A. 
Booth, Weighers ; P. McLutyre, Elijah B. Keyes, M. 
A. Sweet, Henry Stacy, Frank Wadsworth, E. C. Ster- 
ling, Hardwick Newhouse, Samuel E. Garland, Rufus 
Van Schaick, Frank Page, Thomas D. Yarrington and 
H. C. Menomy, Assistant Weighers. 

GAUGEBS. 

J. W. PROBASCOand C. B. White. 

BOABDTNG OFFICEBS AND TNSPECTOBS. 

Charles A. Foster and William Mace. 

KAVAL OFFICE. 

EDWIN G. WAITE, Naval Officer. 

Walter Mead, Deputy ; Daniel Gorham, Cashier ; 
Allen W. Cullum, Thomas R. Reynolds, Edmund R. 
Rockwood, William F. FTench, Brant T. Catlin, George 
W. Branch and John J. Shepheard, Clerks ; Frederick 
A. Doane, Clerk and Messenger. 

BOATMEN. 

W. A. Moore and Moses A. Abbott. 



U. S. Mint, 



United States Treasury, 

610 COMMEBCIAL STBEET. 

Office hours from ten o'clock A. M. to three o'clock 
P.M. 

WTLLIAM SHERMAN, Assistant Treasurer. 

F. G. Bornemann, Cashier ; Richard M. Anthony, 
Bookkeeper; L. A. Boynton, Chief Clerk; Charles S. 
Swasey, Assistant Bookkeeper ; Thomas B. Clark, C. 
A. 8herman and O. C. Osborne, Clerks; Thomas M. 
Watson, Janitor; L. J. Roland, B. F. Chase and Charles 
MacGowan, Night Watchmen; D. C. Lee, Porter. 



NOBTHWEST COBNEB OF FIFTH AND MIS6ION STBEETS. 

The law for the establishment and regulation of the 
Mint of the United States, provides that any person 
may deposit gold bullion for coinage or to be made 
into fine bars. The bars to be stamped in such man- 
ner as shall indicate the weight, fineness and value of 
the same. In the case of silver bullion deposits are 
received only for manufacture into fine bars, the 
Government reserving the right to make its silver, 
coin from bullion purchased in the market. 

Office hours from nine o'clock A. M. to three o'clock 
P. M. Gold bullion received daily from nine o'clock 
A. M. to twelve o'clock M. Silver received from 
nine o'clock A. M. to one o'clock P. M. Visitors ad- 
mitted daily from nine to half past eleven o'clock 
A.M. 

HENRY L. DODGE, Superintendent. 

GENEBAL DEPABTMENT. 

T. H. F. Robertson, Chief Clerk ; Horace Beach, 
Cashier ; H. C. Johannes, Office Clerk ; E. S. Gaver, 
Register of Deposits j Edward Wheaton, Bookkeeper ; 
A. M. La wver, Assistant Bookkeeper ; D.L.Noggle, Re- 
ceiving Clerk ; William H. Keith, Test Weigher ; 
Geo. L. Harris, Chief Engineer; James B. Moore, 
Superintendent of Deposits Melting; W. H. Clark, 
Adjuster of Weights and Balances ; Arthur Gieglin- 
gen, Clerk ; C. F. Robinson, Captain of Watch ; George 
Parry, Computing Clerk ; W. P. Edwards, Jr.. Ab- 
stract Clerk ; Charles H. Hedges, Memorandum Clerk ; 
Hugh Chalmers, Receipt Clerk ; Irwin C. Stump, 
Record Cleri ; Stephen Wing, Transfer Clerk • F. H. 
Fisher, Chip Room Clerk ; Thomas G. Tracy Clerk ; 
J. A. McKenna, E. L. Mulligan, A. M. Hepburn, W. 
H. Gladwin, Charles Barlow, George F. Pattison, J. H. 
Cornwall, Patrick Reardon and Herman Robin6on, 
Workmen j F. D. Morrell and Joseph Goodridge, Car- 
penters ; Wm. Haselhurst and Charles A. Stanley, As- 
sistant Engineers j S. W. Taylor, Blacksmith ; Thomas 
Mahony, Day Watchman and Porter; W. H. Childs, 
Storekeeper ; J. H. Earle and W. T. Fisher, Firemen ; 
Edward A. Poole, Custodian of Cabinet ; J. H. Bundy 
and Henry P. Jimeno, Messengers ; Owen Sheridan, 
Helper ; William P. Buggies', Thomas H. White and 
William F. Gregory, Doorkeepers ; E. W. Leonard and 
William Hulbert, Conductors ; T. L. Cerson, CharleB 
Ellsworth and Jas. D. Bowland, Janitors j Geo. E. 
Bichmond and E. Fitzgerald, Outside Watchmen; 
William M. Boyd, James King and William K. Benja- 
min, Watchmen; A. W. Morse, J. Y. Jones, C. Sim- 
mons, B. LaGrange and Edwin A. Cady, Night Watch- 
men ; Elijah S. Hamilton, Daniel Cram, Joel G. Trim- 
ble and A. H. Boyden, Day Watchmen; E. C. Van 
Duyu, Cleaner. 

ASSATEB'S DEPABTMENT. 

OSCAR D. MUNSON, Assayer. 

Henry H. Lawrence, Assistant Assayer. 

Charles H. Sherman, Second Assistant Assayer. 

Matthew G. Nixon, E. Ruhling and Joseph H. Mer- 
rall, Weighers ; W. T. Reilly, William V. Watson, E. 
N. Moor, F. W. Gibbons, Charles H. Martin, R. T. 
Roberts, L. T. Grant, James Oglesby, George H. Lor- 
ing, D. S Sherman, Joseph Jacobs," Martin V. Bitter, 
Charles A. Swain and Moses Fur bush, WorkmeH ; 
Frank D. Hetrich, Foreman. 

MELTEB AND BEFTNEB's DEPABTMENT. 

ALEXANDER MARTTN, Melter and Refiner. 

T. B. McCauley, Assistant Melter and Refiner. 

John Feix, Foreman of Refinery ; Frank H. Lasselle, 
Henry M. Clayes, Benjamin S. Marston, Charles A. 
Buckbee, and George A. Dall, Clerks ; Jacob Stadtfeld, 
Frederick M. Benner, Joseph L. Wilson, Charles C. 
Merrill, Clarence W. Fisher, John La Blanc, John 
Finnegan, Edward J. Levy, Gaetano Bacigalupi, James 
W. Clark, William B. Hunt, and Benjamin F. Stoakes, 
Melters ; Roderick P. Franklin, Garrett E. Rice, Henry 
Classen, Peter Sesser, William L. Eaton and Robert 
Rowe, Operatives , Melvin Laverty, George Brown, 
Herman Littlebrandt, John Carter, Edward M. Hooper, 
David A. Lancaster, George Bodden, Van Renssalaer 
Raymond, Thomas F. Clark, William Hanlev, Gideon 
R. Nightingill, Winfield S. Morgan, Joseph J. Hill, 
Bartholomew Cavanaugh, William H. Davis, John 
Duane, Joseph A. Standefotd, Thomas McGlynn, John 
John Bigley and Abraham Lewis, Helpers ; Henry J. 



GEO. W. CLARK 



645 1IARK.ET, west of Palace Hotel, wholesale and retail dealer In 
nlnrn UAumufC and Mannfacturer ol all kinds of WINDOW 
PAPER HANUlNbb, SHADES, and dealer In all kinds of Shade Materials 



HINCKLEY, SPIERS & HAYES, F ^&? r ^ W4>BKS ^ 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTOEY. 



Moore, Plumber ; Daniel Cullen, Plumber's Helper ; 
Samson Lion and Albert S. Bierce, Sweep Cellar Oper- 
atives ; Charles F. Ammerman, Messenger ; Harry L. 
Stillwell, Porter. 

codteb's depabtment. 

.FEANK X. CICOTT, Coiner. 

M. K. Cady, Jr., Assistant Coiner. 

E. C. Bowen, Foreman Press Boom ; George M- 
Adams, Foreman Cutting Boom ; P. H. Andross, Coin- 
ers Clerk ; W. H. Edmonds, Foreman Adjusting 
Boom ; Thomas C. Maher, Press Boom ; A. Ehret, 
Foreman Machine Shop ; E. W. Nohl, Foreman 
Whitening Boom ; C. G. Wilkins, Foreman Boiling 
Boom; B. J. Bawling, Foreman Annealing Boom; F. 
C. Berdan, Weigher ; Edward B. Hindes and L. A. 
Lathrop, Assistant Weighers ; George C. Kent, Igna- 
tius Eckert and Samuel Booth, Cutters ; H. J. Hunter, 
Die Hardener ; Francis L. Hall, E. Houston, Charles 
Stracbauer, and William Bedell, Machinists ; W. H. 
Lowrie, Boiler; H. B. M'illiams, J. Wallace Westover, 
Francis Hill, D. T. Herring, John Conness, Jr., John 
Campbell, William A. Matthews, Thomas S. Went- 
worth, A. B. McFarlan, Frank Blair, E. F. Whitney, 
George Hadsell, Lyman W. Potter, T. Percy Pease, 
E. P. Schell, William Staley, J. J. Woodhouse, John 
P. Babcock, John Mcintosh, Frank P. Cooper, James 
Fitzpatrick, Henry W Martin, A. S. Hubbard, W. Wil- 
liams, Cal«b Hallowell, Hartley Williams, L. Walker, 
Charles Bider, C. W. Adams and L. H. Long, Work- 
men ; Mrs. D. M. Theller, Chief Adjuster; T. A. 
Mitchell, Machine Hand ; Miss M. M. Eschenberg, 
Mrs. Mary W. Denver, Mrs. Honora J. Saunders, Mrs. 
M. Baine, Annie S. Bandall, Laura F. Shew, Miss Kate 
McKenna, Miss Carrie M. Wheaton, Emma C. Leon- 
ard, Mrs. M. E. Daingerfield, Mrs. H. V. Sewall, Miss 
Susie Burton, Mrs. E. E. Hughes, Mrs. M. E. Wake- 
man, L. M.Douglass, Mrs. Olive Dawley, Mrs. M. J. 
Beese, E. L. Geyer, Mary E. Flagg, Mrs. Emma J. Tay- 
lor, Mrs. S. E. Bacon, H. A. Chipman, Miss Buth S. 
Kerr, Mrs. Cornelia Bowman, Anna B. Thorn, 
Mary B. Cunningham, Bachel Davis, M. A. Merrill, 
P. O. Girzikowski, Mary L. Knowlton, Mary P. 
Hatch, Hettie G. Yoell, Emma Lawrence, Emma 
J. Lewis, Miss Eliza TPest. Mrs. Jane I. Ojeda, 
Lizzie P. Grant, Laura German, Mrs. Ellen B. Warren, 
Bosa Whitney, Jennie M. Downer, Susan Amsbary, 
Mrs. S. H. Parsons, Mrs. S. Maltman, Sabra Gillis, 
Miss D. V. Hamilton, Emma C. Ainsworth, Miss Ella 
M. Greenhood, Mrs. Mary L. Whitteniore, E. S. Snell, 
Mrs. E. W. Bourne, Sarah J. Hoffman, Teresa M. Har- 
rison, Miss Belle Ogden, Miss Agnes C. James, Miss 
Anna Short, Adjusters. Miss Ellen Fletcher, Jani- 
tress. 



U. S. Surveyor-General. 

THEO. WAGNEB, Surveyor-General. 

Office 610 Commercial street. Office hours from nine 
o'clock A.M. to three o'clock P.M. 

Theodore Beichert, Chief Clerk; John Clar, Keep- 
er of Archives ; J. H. Wildes, Chief Draftsman ; 
Casimir Bielawski, Joseph B. Mauran, J. U. B. Gog- 
gin, T. D. Beasley, J. W. D. Jensen, H. S. Smith, 
Julius Von Schmidt. J. 0. Henkenius, John T. Fiala, 
Alfred Bannister and C. H. Kluegel, Draftsmen ; Ed- 
ward Pollitz, Bookkeeper ; Joseph K. Carter, Kanch 
Clerk ; E. H. Sawyer, Correspondence Clerk ; George 
O. Jewett, H. J.Lask, B.B. McBride, J. A.Forbes, Jr., 
Felix Mercado, Julius Sichel, Mrs. F. J. Page, Miss 
Katie Short, Miss L. Dennis, Mrs. S. B. Long, Miss 
M. Stege, Mrs. L. E. Pearson, Mrs. Jennie McGlashen, 
Mrs. S. F. Taylor, Mrs. Mary B. Ayers and Miss Jennie 
B. Gagan, Clerks ; George Chambers, Messenger. 



Post-office. 

NORTHWEST COBNER OF WASHINGTON AND BATTERY STS. 

General delivery open daily from eight o'clock A.M. 
to eight o'clock P.M.; Sundays from one o'clock to 
two o'clock P.M. Begistry Office open daily from eight 



o'clock A.M. to four o'clock P.M. Stamp Window, 
open daily from eight o'clock A.M. to four o'clock P.M. 
Money Order Office open daily, except Sunday, from 
nine o'clock A.M. to three o'clock P.M. Carriers' 
Window open daily from eight o'clock A.M. to five 
o'clock P.M.; Sundays from one o'clock to two 
o'clock P.M. 

JAMES COEY, Postmaster. 

William C. Doughebty, Deputy Postmaster. 

Thomas W.Scott, Cashier; E. 0. Palmer, Chief Mail- 
ing Clerk ; E. D. Herrick, H. C. Goodrich, Frank Drew, 
J.W. Perry.F. E. Dyer.E. Conness, J. H.D'Arcy, E.D. 
Farrington, W. N. Jacobs, W.W. Little and F.W.Page, 
Mailing Clerks ; M. G. Sawyer, Chief Begistry Clerk ; 
D. C. Owen, Jas. T. Sutton, Henry W. Brown, F. L. 
Post, E. L. Alexander, J. A. Baldwin, W. A. Cooper, 
Samuel O. Gregory, C. W. Phelps and George A. Wat- 
son, Begistry Clerks ; C. B. Morris, S. J. Clark, A. C. 
Doe, H. J. Finnegan, Daniel McGrath, S. Aldrich, 
George W. McCoinb and George E. Little, Jr., Clerks ; 
John Crowley, Stamp Clerk ; George L. White and W. 
W. Bunker, Box Clerks ; H. W. Butler, Chief News- 
paper Clerk; Frank H. Merrill, August Berg, C. H. 
Douglas, A. L. Adams, J. McGrew, J. S. Pumyea, W. 
H. Smith, A. G. Mitchell, J. A. Brown, Edward A. 
Pogue, Charles P. Bailey, and J. B. Hardenburgh Jr., 
Newspaper Clerks ; John H. Hunt, H. Shuck, H. G. 
Bise, J. J. Kirby, W. M. Josephi and Emma F. Ed- 
wards, General Delivery Clerks ; Wm. E. McArthur, 
Postmaster's Secretary ; N. W. Leonard, Accountant ; 
A.Jackson, Chief Money Order Clerk ; Joseph Figuiere, 
Charles Hutching, H. A. Martin, C. W. Skidmore and 
Mrs. Abbie L. Marble, Assistants ; Michael C. Byrne, 
Collector; J. A. Brown and A. G. Mitchell, Porters; 
John Valentine, Janitor. 

SUGGESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 

Facilities are given to the post-office officials in the 
discharge of their daily duties, and greater security 
afforded to the public, by careful attention to the fol- 
lowing recommendations: 

Make the address on letters legible and complete, 
giving the name of the post-office, county and State. 
The name of the street and number of the house should 
also be given on letters addressed to cities where let- 
ter carriers are employed ; while the letter will even tu- 
ally reach its destination without a number, the 
omission is often a cause of hesitation and delay. Da 
the case of letters for places in foreign countries, the 
name of the country as well as the post-office should 
be given in full. Letters addressed, for instance, 
merely to " London," without adding " England," are 
frequently sent to London, Canada, and vice versa, 
thereby causing delay, and often serious loss. 

BATES OF POSTAGE ON DOMESTIC MAIL MATTEB. 

FrBST-CLASS Matteb. — Matter which is in writing, 
or other matter containing a written inscription in 
the nature of personal correspondence, and matter 
which is sealed against inspection, are alone by their 
nature and the intent of the law first-class matter, 
and subject to the postage rate of three cents for each 
half ounce or fraction thereof. 

On local or drop letters at offices where free deliv- 
ery by carriers is establighed, two cents for each half 
ounce or fraction thereof. 

On local or drop letters, at offices where free deliv- 
ery by carriers is not established, one cent for each 
half ounce or fraction thereof. 

Second-class Matteb. — This class includes all 
newspapers, periodicals, or matter exclusively in 
print, and regularly issued at stated periods from a 
known office of publication or news agency, except 
regular publications designed primarily for advertis- 
ing purposes, or for free circulation, or for circula- 
tion at nominal rates. Second-class matter can only 
be mailed by publishers or newsdealers. Postage, 
two cents a pound or fraction thereof. Weight of 
packages not limited. 

Thibd-class Matteb. — This class embraces books 
(printed and blank) , transient newspapers, and pe- 
riodicals, circulars, and other matter wholly in print, 
proof-sheets and corrected proof-sheets and manu- 
script copy accompanying the same, prices current 
with prices filled out in writing, printed commercial 
papers filled out in writing (provided such writing is 
not in the nature of personal correspondence, and the 
papers are not the expression of a monetary value) , 
such as papers of legal procedure, unexecuted deeds 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY. Wash,n » w ^T3tL v »?7 T LowRates 



I MArnnKinilPM Cumberland, lehigh and English foundry coke. 

J. IflttOUUniUUUn, 41 Market Street, corner Spear. 



FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICERS. 



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of all kinds, way-bills, invoices, unexecuted insurance 
policies and the various documents of insurance com- 
panies, hand-bills, posters, chromo- lithographs, en- 
gravings, envelopes with printing thereon, helio- 
types, lithographs, photographic and stereoscopic 
views with title written thereon, printed blanks, 
printed cards ; and postage shall be paid thereon at 
the rate of one cent for each two ounces or fractional 
part thereof. 

Fourth-class Matter. — This class embraces blank 
cards, card-board and other flexible material, flexible 
patterns, letter envelopes and letter paper without 
printing thereon, merchandise, models, ornamented 
paper, sample cards, samples of ores, metals, min- 
erals, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions, drawings, 
plans, designs, original paintings in oil or water 
colors ; and any other matter not included in the first, 
second or third classes, and which is not in its form 
or nature liable to destroy, deface or otherwise dam- 
age the contents of the mail bag, or harm the person 
of any one engaged in the postal service. Postage 
rate thereon, one cent for each ounce or fractional 
part thereof.. 

REGISTRATION OF DOME8TIC LETTERS. 

Letters may be registered on payment of a fee of 
ten cents in addition to the regular letter rate of post- 
age, but the Government takes no responsibility for 
safe carriage, or compensation in case of loss. Post- 
masters are required to register all letters properly 
presented for that purpose, but no letters are to be 
registered on Sunday. 

Third and fourth class matter may also be regis- 
tered, but must be unsealed, fully prepaid at the 
proper rates, and conform to all requirements. 

POSTAL CARDS. 

The object of the postal card is to facilitate letter 
correspondence, and provide for the transmission, 
through the mails, at a reduced rate of postage, of 
short communications, either printed or written in 
pencil or ink. They may, therefore, be used for or- 
ders, invitations, notices, receipts, acknowledgments, 
price lists, and other requirements of business and 
social life ; and the matter desired to be conveyed 
may be either in writing or in print, or partially in 
both. The postage of one cent is paid by the stamp 
impressed on these cards to any office in the United 
States, and no further payment is required. No card 
is a "postal card" except such as are issued by the 
Post-Office Department. According to the provisions 
of the Treaty of Berne, postal cards may be sent to 
the following named countries (or others included in 
the General Postal Union) , on the prepayment of 
postage two cents, viz : Africa (British; French, and 
Spanish Possessions) Algeria, Argentine Confedera- 
tion, Austria, Azore, and Bahama Islands, Belgium, 
Borneo, Brazil, British Burniah, British Honduras, 
British India, Buenos Ayres, Ceylon,|China (port of 
Hong Kong) .Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, France, and 
French Possessions, Greece, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, 
Mexico, Montenegro, Moldavia. Netherlands and 
Dutch Possessions, Norway, Persia, Peru, Portugal, 
and Portuguese Possessions, Russia, Servia, Spain, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Uraguay, Venezuela, 
and .Wallachia; also to Newfoundland, on prepay- 
ment of two cents, and to Canada same as domestic. 

POSTAL MONET ORDER SYSTEM. 

The money order system is intended to promote 
public convenience, and to secure safety in the trans- 
fer, through the mails, of small sums of money. All 
principal Post Offices receive money and issue drafts 
for the same upon other Post Offices, subject to the 
following charges and regulations: 

Domestic Rates. — On orders not exceeding $15, 10 
cents ; over $15 and not exceeding $30, 15 cents ; over 
$30 and not exceeding $40, 20 cents ; over $40 and not 
exceeding $50, 25 cents. 

Algerian, Canadian, French, German, Italian, 
and Swiss Rates. — On orders not exceeding $10, 15 
cents ; over $10 and not exceeding $20, 30 cents ; over 
$20 and not exceeding $30, 45 cents ; over $30 and not 
exceeding $4(j, 80 cents; over $40 and not exceeding 
$50, $1. 

British Rates.— On orders not exceeding $10, 25 
cents ; over $10 and not exceeding $20, 50 cents ; over 
$20 and not exceeding $30, 70 cents ; over $30 and not 



exceeding $40. 85 cents ; over $40 and not exceeding 
$50, $1. 

A money order may be issued for any amount from 
one cent up to fifty dollars inclusive, but fractional 
parts of a cent must not be introduced into any money 
order or account. When a larger sum than fifty dol- 
lars is required, additional orders to make it up must 
be obtained. Not more than three orders of fifty 
dollars each can be remitted by one person each day 
to one payee. 

An order is only payable at the office upon which it 
is drawn. The order should be collected within one 
year from its date. After once paying an order by 
whomsoever presented, provided the required infor- 
mation has been given by the party who presented it, 
the Department will not hold itself liable to any fur- 
ther claim, but in case of improper payment of an 
order, will endeavor to recover the amount for the 
owner. 

FREE POSTAL DELIVERY. 

The Free Postal Delivery System is similar to the 
one so successfully maintained in several of the 
large Eastern cities. There are sixty districts, each 
of which is in charge of a carrier, who delivers 
promptly all mail matter received at the Post Office, 
upon which is written the correct address, street and 
number of the party for whom it is intended. 

All persons who desire their letters, etc., retained 
until called for, must leave their address at the Post- 
Office. 

Pierre P. Hoin, Jr., Superintendent; Louis Miller, 
Assistant Superintendent, Daniel Richardson, clerk, 
Thaddeus T. Austin, C. S. Curtis, F. I. Cutter, 
Robert D. Cunningham, Robert E. Chapman 
Frank M. Coburn, Thomas O. Drinkall, Victor D. 
Duboce, Shadrach M. Fortier, John Gundelach, G. W. 
Hart, Otto H. Johnson, Augustus King, Austin King, 
Theodore Link, J. Lansing, Carl T. Lagercrantz, M. 
W. Littlefield, F. E. Marsh, James Murray, O. J. Mc- 
Coy, F. B. McStocker, T. B Parker, T. L. Hill, H. A. 
McCauley, W. G. Brewer, Frank Camblos, H. A. Fink, 
Thomas J. Mullins, Alexander Mosburg, F. H. Ander- 
son, C. M. Byrne; George White, N. J. Adams, J. B. 
Treadwell, J. Phelan, F. E. Guy. A. O. Hasle hurst, 
W. F. Douglass, Fred. Packard, W. S. Simmons, 
Henry O. Perry, Stanley O.Post, J. R. Rines, Alvin B. 
Reed, Edmond Rees, David M. Ramsey, H. L. Stark- 
weather, James H. Smith, Jeremiah M. Smith, Jos. 
E. Steers, A. J. Vining, J. J. Walsh, Jacob Wein- 
shenk, R. E. Williams, George F. Conway, Frank P. 
Forbes, Chester S. Packard, John F. Lewis, Charles 
Eggeling, F. W. James, W. F. Corcoran, L. P. Batch- 
elder, W. B. Chamberlain, H. M. Castillar, W. P. 
Spencer, F. A. Arnold and Richard H. Weber, Car- 
riers ; A. M. Cox, Superintendent Station A ; H. W. 
Forbes, Superintendent Station B, and T. F. Tracy, 
Jr., clerk ; George E. Fillebrowne, Superintendent 
Station C ; G. B. Tolman, Superintendent sub-Post 
Office, South S. F. 

branch offices. 

Three Branch Offices have been established at the 
following named localities ; Station A, 1305 Polk 
street; A. M. Cox. Superintendent. Station B, south- 
west corner of Seventh and Market streets ; Hugh W. 
Forbes, Superintendent ; Theodore F. Tracy, Clerk. 
Station C, northeast corner of Twentieth and Mission 
streets ; G. E. Fillebrowne, Superintendent. A Sub- 
office has been established on Railroad avenue, near 
Eleventh avenue, South San Francisco, where letters 
may be left for registration, and requests for money 
orders will reeeive prompt attention. 

street letter boxes. 
There are three hundred deposit boxes for the re- 
ception of letters, placed in prominent localities 
throughout the city, from which collections are 
made several times during the day in season for the 
departure of the mails. 

RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. 

HARRISON J. McKUSICK, Assistant Superintend- 
ent, James C. Coolidge, Local Agent. 

A. G. Sharp, Theodore F. Tracy, Special Agents 
P. O. Department. 

Fred. F. Creque, Supervisor Weights of Mails. 

P. R. Downer, C. P. Evans, J. F. Harris, James M. 
Johnson, M. J. Maloney, Edwin L. McLellan, T. 



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Orchard, Jr., M. E. Quimby, J. H. Keid, Latrobe J. 
Sellon, and C. W. Gurney, Head Postal Clerks ; Samuel 
Bell, W. C. Boutelle, W. L. Crowell, William C. Du- 
bois, Thomas J. Ford, William Knapp, John Maguire, 
K. H. McCloud, Isaac N. Merrill, L. Hafford, E. E. 
Danforth, J. H. Robinson, John W. Stevenson, E. I. 
Auld, George Babcock, Stephen Tripp, C. F. Wood, 
Albert Teal, Richard Doncaster, Albert H. Merrill, 
Frank A. Reynolds, Samuel Flint, and Frank C. 
Stover, Postal Clerks ; John Barrington, George A. 
Bromley, James Churchill, Carlos P. De La Guerra, 
L. W. Fee, William W. Fowler, Josiah H. Gibbs, E. J. 
Piatt, F. E. Wright, Lucius S. Hart, Charles C. Hil- 
ton. Frank P. Howland, Andrew R. McCall, W. M. 
Polleys, James R. Wilson, H. A. Swauey, W. A. Hal- 
sted and Thomas J. Weber, Route Agents. 



State Officers. 

Office, Sacbamento. 

Executive Department. — George C. Perkins, Gov- 
ernor; John Mansfield, Lieutenant-Governor; D. M. 
Burns, Secretary of State ; D. M. Kenfield, Controller; 
A. L. Hart, Attorney-General; John Weil, Treasurer; 
J. W. Shanklin, Surveyor-General ; F. M. Campbell, 
Superintendent Public Instruction; Samuel W. Backus, 
Adjutant-General; J. D. Young, State Superintendent 
of Printing ; R. O. Cravens, State Librarian. 

Board Railroad Commissionebs. — George Stone- 
man, Joseph S. Cone, and C. J. Beerstecher. 

Boabd Equalization.— J. L. King, M. M. Drew, W. 
Dutton, T. D. Heiskell, and D. M. Kenfield, ex-officio. 

Boabd Education. — George C. Perkins, President; 
F. M. Campbell, Secretary; Charles H. Allen, San Jose. 

Boabd Health. — Henry Gibbons, Sr., M. D., San 
Francisco ; C. W. Breyfogle, M. D., San Jose ; W. R. 
Cluness, M. D., and F. W. Hatch, Sr., M. D., Sacra- 
mento ; J. P. Widney, M. D., Los Angeles; F. W. 
Hatch, Jr., M. D.,Napa; C. C. Mason, Chico. 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute. — A. K. P. Har- 
mon, George D. Dorwin, Isaac Wormser, Erwin J. 
Crane and John A. Stanley, Directors. 

State Insane Asylum (Stockton). — G.A. Shurtleff, 
Superintendent ; W. T. Browne, M. D., and Walter R. 
Langdon, M. D., Assistants ; Robert Watt, Lewis 
M. Cutting, J. K. Doak, Donald McLennan, and Obed 
Harvey, M. D., Directors. 

State Asylum fob the Insane (Napa) . — F. F. John- 
ston, A. G. Boggs, Benjamin Shurtleff, N. D. Rideout, 
and J. C. Martin, Trustees; E. T.Wilkins.M. D., Resi- 
dent Physician ; L. F. Dozier, M. D., and F. W. 
Hatch, Jr., M. D., Assistant Physicians. 

State Pbison. — W. F. McNutt, Wallace Everson, 
Aug. H. Chapman, Jacob H. Neff, and George W. 
Schell, Directors. 



State Appointees. 

(Residence, San Francisco.) 

Assayeb State— Louis Falkenau; office, 328 Mont- 
gomery street. 

Bank Commissionebs Boabd of — Evan J. Coleman, 
Robert Watt and William F. White ; office, 202 San- 
some street, room 2. 

Commissioneb of Immigbation— Charles D. Bunker, 
office, 508 Battery street. 

Fish Commissionebs — S. R. Throckmorton and B.' 
B. Redding ; office 401 California street. 



-J. F. Kessing; office, 
-J. C. Maynard ; office, 



Habbob Commissionebs— William Blanding, George 
S. Evans and W. A. Phillips, Commissioners ; John 
S. Gray, Secretary ; John J. O'Brien, Assistant Sec- 
retary ; Francis A. Bishop, Chief Engineer ; Howard 
C. Holmes, Assistant Engineer; W. W. Morrow, Attor- 
ney ; Marcus Harloe, Chief Wharfinger ; James J. 
Green, Assistant Chief Wharfinger; office 10 Califor- 
nia street. 

Inspectob of Gas Metebs.- 
531 Mission street. 

Insurance Commissionebs.- 
401 California street. 

Mineealogist.— Henry G. Hanks ; office, 313 Pine 
street. 
Notabies Public— See Business Directory. 

Pilots — W. N. Shelly, Charles Mayo, John Mahan, 
Frank Murphy, W. H. Jolliffe, Thomas J. Knipe, 
Frank Boyd, William W. Neal, William E. Domett, 
John W. Ott, Freeman Trask, J. S. Dolliver, Eugene 
M. Freeman, J. Henry Rogers, James Blood, George 
Johnson, Thomas Barber, James Wilson, Stephen 
Castle and J. B. Jones; office, NE corner Washington 
and Battery. 

Pilot Examinees — E. W. Travers, Oliver Eldridge, 
and J. A. Coolidge ;office, 34 Merchants' Exchange. 

Benicia and Mabe Island Pilot — C. H. Harrison. 

Poet Wardens — Joseph Austin, Archibald Harloe, 
George T. Bromley, and William Young ; Secretary, 
John P. Jourden; office, 525 Front street. 



Courts. 

United States Cibcuit Court, Distbict of Cali- 
fobnia.— Regular terms held in San Francisco, first 
Monday of February, Second Monday of July, and 
fourth Monday of November. Special terms at the 
discretion of the Court. Stephen J. Field, Presiding 
Justice; Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit Judge ; L. S. B. 
Sawyer, Clerk; Joseph F. O'Beirne, Deputy Clerk. 

United States Disteict Couet, Distbict of Cali- 
foenia. — Regular terms held in San Francisco, first 
Monday of April, second Monday of August, and first 
Monday of December. Special terms at the discre- 
tion of the Court. Ogden Hoffman, Judge; Southard 
Hoffman, Clerk; A. D. Grimwood, Deputy Clerk. 

Supeeme Court of Califobnia. — Regular terms 
held in San Francisco, second Monday in January and 
third Monday in July, at Los Angeles first Tuesday 
in April and second Monday in October, and at Sac- 
ramento first Monday in May and second Monday 
in November. Robert F. Morrison, Chief Justice ; 
E. W. McKinstry, James D. Thornton, E. M.'Ross, J. R. 
Sharpstein, S. B. McKee and Milton H. Myrick, Asso- 
ciate Justices ; A. L. Hart, Attorney-General ; Frank 
W. Gross, Clerk ; John B. Martin, and George W. 
Miller, Deputy Clerks ; Thos. F. O'Connor, Secretary 
and Librarian ; George H. Smith, Reporter ; E. S. 
Belden, Phonographic Reporter ; Henry Finckler, and 
PerrieKewen, Bailiffs ; John J. Crowley, Janitor. 

Supebiob Couet. — Sessions held daily. 

Justices' Couet.— Sessions held daily. J. C. Pen- 
nie, Presiding Justice ; J. H. Ryan, E. Gillson, F. M. 
Clough, J. D. Connolly, Justices ; W. E. Lamb, Clerk ; 
W. B. Turner, and A. Waitz, Deputy Clerks. 

Police Couet No. 1. — Sessions held daily. Hale Rix, 
Judge ; Edward W. Blaney, Prosecuting Attorney j 
James E. Hughes, Clerk ; Joseph F. Coffey, Clerk Pros- 
ecuting Attorney ; Joseph A. Becsey, Louis Locke, E. 
C. Stock, and Andrew Glover, Interpreters. 

Police Couet No. 2. — Sessions held daily. Simon 
Rosenbaum, Judge ; John N. E. Wilson, Prosecuting 
Attorney ; Bert McNulty, Clerk. 



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METEOKOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 



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Meteorological Observations. 

(Hade at San Francisco, from Nov., 1850, to Jan., 1881, 
by Henry Gibbons, Sen., M. D.) 



In the following tables the reader will find, in a 
condensed form, the result of thirty years' diligent 
observation of the climate of San Francisco, with 
more particular reference to rain. 

Eain has fallen in every month of the year. In July 
it has rained only in two years ; August has furnished 
rain in five years ; June in eight years; September in 
fourteen years; October in twenty-one years. No ac- 
count is made of a mere sprinkle, nor of the deposit 
of summer mist. The greatest quantity of mist 
which ever falls in twenty-four hours is about three- 
hundredths of an inch. But this quantity is very 
rare. Near the ocean the mist is muchAore copious. 

The driest season was 1850-51, which gave only 
seven inches. Next to that was 1863-64, with eight 
and one-half inches. The winter of 1867-68 gave the 
most rain — forty inchee. The average is very nearly 
twenty-two inches. 

The earliest setting in of the rainy season was Oc- 
tober 8th; the latest, January 12th. An early begin- 
ning and an abundant supply are apt to go together, 
but there is no rule in this respect— the latest begin- 
nings have been followed by an average supply. 

The average date of the beginning of the rainy sea-i 
6on is November 28th j of the termination, April 10th. 
March is as certain to bring rain in liberal amount as 
any other month. In one year out of every three 
there is no rain of importance after March. The 
last showers of the season come, with remarkable 
uniformity, about the third week of May. 

The middle of January is the average dividing 
point of the rainy season. The mean quantity be- 
fore January 1st is about equal to the mean quantity 
after January 31st. 

December gives the greatest average quantity ; Jan- 
uary is not far behind; February, March and Novem- 
ber come next, and are nearly alike ; then April, 
May and October, in the order named. The mean an- 
nual supply for thirty years is 22 inches. 

The greatest amount of rain in any one month was 
in January, 1862, when there fell the enormous quan- 
tity of eighteen inches. 

The most extraordinary summer rain was in June, 
1875, when 1.11 inches fell during a southerly storm 
which lasted several days. That this was an an- 
omaly iR made apparent by the fact that in the three 
summer months during thirty years the whole quan- 
tity of rain, collectively, deducting this, was less than 
two inches. • 

It is worthy of note that in the driest seasons there 
has been an abundant supply for agricultural pur- 
poses, had it been distributed evenly. Three inches 
in December, with one inch in each of the four fol- 
lowing months, would produce full crops. 

The rain table of San Francisco may be made the 



basis for estimating the fall in other parts of the 
State. The mountains of the north have from two 
to three times as much, and the southern section of 
the State half as much, or even much less in some 
localities. The valley of the Sacramento has nearly 
the same quantity as San Francisco ; that of the San 
Joaquin only half as much in the northern section, 
and still less in the southern. 

By reference to the tables showing the extremes of 
heat and cold, it appears that the coldest weather 
was in January, 1854, when the mercury fell to 25°. 
At that time the mud in the streets was frozen solid, 
and the shallow ponds were covered with ice strong 
enough for boys to skate on. But 6uch weather is 
extremely rare, though since that time the ground 
has been frozen several times so as not to thaw fully 
in the shade for several days. The coldest noonday 
embraced in the record was 37°. Often the entire 
winter passes by without bringing the thermometer 
so low as the freezing point. In 1853, it fell at no 
time below 40°. 

The extreme of heat was on the 10th and 11th of 
September, 1852, when the thermometer reached 97° 
and 98° on the two days, respectively. This, how- 
ever, was entirely exceptional, and might not occur 
again in half a century ; the air was dry as a sirocco, 
and caused the woodwork of houses to crackle audi- 
bly, and the plaster to break on the wooden walls. 

With the exception just noted, the hottest day was 
June 11th, 1877—94°. Next came July 6th, 1867, and 
June 12th, 1876—93°. The temperature reached 91° 
on six days, viz: once in October, 1864, once in Sep- 
tember, 1865, once in June, 1872, once in June, 1877, 
and twice in September, 1877. In July, 1865, it was 
90°. It appears, therefore, that there were but twelve 
days in thirty years, when the temperature reached 
90°. 

The table of mean temperature shows that our sum- 
mer does not come till the summer months have 
passed by. September is the warmest mouth in the 
the year, and October next ; then comes August ; July, 
hottest month elsewhere is the fourth here, or links 
with June; next come April and May; then March 
and November ; then February, and, finally, January 
and December, which are the only winter months, 
if indeed we have any weather that deserves the name 
of winter. 

Twice the ground has been covered with snow. 
On the twenty-ninth of December, 1856, it snowed 
very fast for several hours, and two or three inches 
gathered, but it melted before night. On the twelfth 
of January, 1868, it snowed fast before day, so that 
two inches collected. But it disappeared before sun- 
rise, so that few persons enjoyed the spectacle. 

The extraordinary evenness of the climate depends 
on the adjacent ocean, the water of which, flowing 
in a current from the north, is always at a tempera- 
ture of about 54°. summer and winter. The sea- 
breeze of summer, which chills the air at noonday, 
leaves no place for hot nights. There is not, on an 
average, one night in the year when it is warm enough 
to sit out of doors at midnight with comfort. 



TABLE I_ 

SHOWING THE AMOUNT OF RAIN IN EACH MONTH SINCE 1855; AND THE TOTAL AMOUNT IN EACH RAINY SEASON. 
NOTE— EACH COLUMN REPRESENTS ONE RAINY SEASON. 



Month. 



August- 
Sept 

October... 

Nov 

Vec'b'r ... 



1857 1858 1859'l860ll861 1862 i863!l864;i865|l866 1867 1868 18691870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1S75 1876 1877 1878 1879 



3.4.... 

.5] 5.4 
4.8 1.5 



185818591860 



.2i 3.8 
4.8 6.1 



.21 

.11 .2 

.1 .1 

7.6 3.1 



2.7 1.7 6.9 .6 
18611862 1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 



.1- 
. .6 .2 
3.1 1.2 
12.1 4 

18681869 



.1 .1 
2.3l 

1.21 .5 
4.6 3.0 



1870 1871 18721873 1874 1875 1876 1877 1878 1879 1880 



January 

Feb 

March .. 

April 

May 

June 

July 



Totals. 



20.0ll9.0:i9.8|l7.lil4. 6,38.0 



3.3| 1.3; 3.9,11, 
3.3 

2.41 1.4 
2.9 .9 

.4 .5 



6. 

5| 6.: 
2.: 

1 l. 



.4 ! 3.8 
.01 4.5 
.2 1.8 
.2 1.5 
.1 



2.3 6. 
3.6 

1.2 

2.1 

.3 



15.2 S 5 21.3 21.2 32.040.5,21.6 20.2 13.1 



2.3, 5. 

3.4] 2. 

.7 

.4 



•.0] 3.9 12 
4.2! 1.012 



4.7 1.0 
1.1 .2 
.2 .1 



3.5 2.4 
7 4.4 2.1 
6 8.4 .2.2 
2.0 10.5 
2 1.2 



.1 . 



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TABLE II- 

DATE OF THE FIRST AND LAST RAINS, AND OF THE BEGINNING AND ENDING OF EACH RAINT SEASON; ALSO, THE AMOUNT OF 

RADJ WHICH FELL BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR, AND THE AMOUNT AFTER THE END OF 

THE TEAR, IN EACH SEA80N, SINCE 1851. 





Flrtt 

Rain. 


Last 
Rain. 


Rainy Season. 


Bef'e 
Jan. 


After 
Dec. 


Year. 


First 
Rain. 


Last 
Rain. 


Rainy Season. 


Bef'e 


After 


Year. 


Begins. 


Ends. 


Begi 


as. 


Ends. 


Jan. 


Dec. 


1851-52 


Sept. 6'May 17 Dec. 
Oct. 28 May 12 Nov. 


19 March 31 


10.5 


7.7 


1865-66 


Sept. 24 1 June 8'Nov. 


13 


March 31 1 4.0 


17.2 


1852-53 


9 


April 29 


18.0 


15.5 


1866-67 


Nov. 3jMav 17.Nov. 


its 


April 12| 15.8 


16.4 


1853-54 , 


Sept. 15 April 28 Jan. 
Oct. 4 May 20,Dec. 


12 


April 28 


3.6 


19.4 


1867-68 


Sept. 14 June 23 Nov. 


19 


April 13| 15.9 


24.6 


1854-55 


31 


April 17 


2.9 


21.2 


1868-69..... 


Oct. l.Mav 19,Dec. 


IV 


March 29 5.7 


15.9 


1855-56 


Nov. 10 May 25Nov. 


in 


April 14 


6.6 


14.6 


1869-70 


Sept. 1 Mav 19;Dec. 


7 


April 11 8.1 


12.0 


1856-57.... 


Sept. 10 Mar. 31 Nov. 
Oct. 6Mav 21iNov. 


ifi 


March 31 


7.5 


12.5 


1870-71 


Nov. 4 Mav 28,Dec. 


2 


April 17 3.6 


9.4 


1857-68 


24 


April 7 


8.1 


10.9 


1871-72 


Oct. 27 ( Mav 31|Dec. 


Hi 


April 18 15.8 


17.2 


1858-59 


Oct. 21:Mav 22 Dec. 


4 


April 10 


8.8 


11.0 


il872-73 


Sept. 17 


April 21. Nov. 


2? 


FeD. 28 


10.8 


6.8 


1859-60 


Nov. 9 Mav 22 Nov. 


9 


April 8 


6.9 


10.2 


[1873-74 


Oct. 6 


June 22. Dec. 


3 


Mav 7 


11.4 


12.6 


1860-61 


Oct. 4 May 22 Dec. 


6 


April 5 


6.0 


8.6 


11874-75 


Sep*, 3 


June 16,Oct. 


8 


March 28 


8.5 


9.7 


1861-62 


Nov. 1 May 12Nov. 


in 


April 14 


99 


28.1 


11875-76 


Oct. 26 


Mav aSlNov. 


1 


April 28 


10.7 


17.4 


1862-63 


Nov. 5 May 19 Dec. 


is 


April 26 


2.9 


12.3 


11876-77 


Sept. 4 


May 21. Oct. 


lb 


April 16 


3.5 


6.1 


1863-64 


Sept. 19 May 17,Nov. 


11 


April 4 
March 4 


4.4 


4.1 


,1877-78 


Oct. 21 


Mav 20 Nov. 


1 


March 29 


5.0 


30.6 


1864-65 


Nov. 15 Mav 19 Nov. 


23 


14.9 


6.4 


11878-79..... 


Sept. 17 


June 10, Dec. 


30 


May 28 


3.6 


18.3 



s TABLE III- 

MAXIMUM QUANTITY OF RAIN IN EACH MONTH, MINIMUM QUANTITY IN EACH MONTH, AND AVERAGE QUANTITY IN 

EACH MONTH, SINCE 1850 





Jan. 


Feb. j Mar. April. May. June. 


July.! Aug. | Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. Dec. 




18.1 
0.6 

5.0 


12.7 1 6.4 5.6 
0.0 0.6 0.0 
3.6 1 2.95 1.5 


2.0 
0.0 
.6 


1.11 
0.0 
0.09 


0.3 | 0.2 1 1.0 
0.0 0.0 0.0 
0.01 1 0.02 .09 


3.4 
0.0 
.4 


7.6 13.4 




0.1 0.3 




2.65 5.26 



TABLE I"V- 

MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH MONTH SINCE 1854. DEDUCED FROM TWO DAILY OBSERVATIONS, ONE AT SUNRISE, THE 
OTHER AT NOON; ALSO, THE MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH YEAR. 



Mth. 1855'l856 1857|l858 ! 1859i860'l86lil8fi2 1863'l864J1865 1866|lS67 , 1S68! 1839J 18701871 1872 1873 1S74 1875 18761877 1878'l879 1880 



Jan... 
Feb... 
Mch. 
April 
May.. 
June 
July . 
Aug.. 
Sept.. 
Oct... 
Nov... 
Dec... 



51.048. 

56.853. 

.4 55. 

57.7 55, 

57.7 56, 
59.9 59, 
61.2 59, 

559, 
62.4 61, 
61.6 57 
52.9 53 

47.8 47 



51.2|46 
51.4 53 

55.H 52 

58.8 

57.5 

60.9 
59.2 
59.1 
60. 8 
6(1.6 
54.5 
59.5 



3 46.5 47. 
1.48.8 50. 
49.0 53. 
7,53.653. 

6 57.2.54. 
7.61.557, 

7 59.3 61, 
961.162, 

4 61.4 62, 
859.7 56, 
0:53.5 52, 

8 46.349 



8 47.5 47 
551.1146 
53.7 50 
57.1 ! 51 
57.5.5-5 

9 57.6 61 
358.561 
5 58.9 62 
9 60.3 61 
8 56.0 63 
8 54.2 56 
2 51.7,49 



7 50. 

2 57. 

3 55. 
5 57. 

2 58. 
759. 
0;61. 
3,63. 

3 62. 
2 57. 

.5,53. 



4 49.0 51 
53.4 52 
3 54.3 50 

5 58.4 57 
58.0 58 

62.0 60 
59.6163 
59.1160 
62.1161 
62.0 58 
56.6.56 
54.7l.55 



2 45.9 51.2 52 
51.9 51.2|53, 
5 53.5 5; 
5155.3 56.5 

3 58.0 58.5 
2.58.0 60.0 
2159.6 60.2 



59. S 59.6 
59.3.60.0 
60.8 60.5 
57.256.4 
53.2,50.7 



5 51.5 53. 
551.055, 

5 53.2 55 
8 54.254 
4 55.3 57 
4 56.5 60 
4.58.0 59 
3 59.5 59 
561.460 
61.2 62 
4,55.6 58 
0!54.7 51. 



5 47.148 
0,49.1149 
149.8,51 
8 55.7 52 
158.0 57 
2 59.0 
5 57.9 
59.5 
761.3 
660.0 
4 56.4 
049.6 



3 49.2 52 
9 52.6 55, 

8 53.6 58 
856.255 
0.56.3 57 
60.8 62, 
2 58.0 61 
461.560 
4162.7 62 

9 61.8 60 
957.4 56 
50.2 51 



3 ! 52.4 48. 
9 53.7 56, 
2 55.558. 
7 56.4 57, 

o:ss.256. 

5 5.8.7 59. 
0:58.0 58. 
459.2.60. 

6 60.5 61. 

7 61.4 60. 
4 56.5 54. 
6 50.5 49, 



6 46.2 
7,49.4 
4 50.1 
53.5 

6 57.7 
8 56.6 
059.6 
2 59.1 

7 58.9 
6 59.8 
354.3 
2 53.2 



Mean 57.6 55.7 57.0 55.4 54.8 55.1 .5-5.4 55.5 57.5 57.0 56.7 57.4 ! 57.1 -56, 1 ! 56. 9 56. 81-54.6 -55.4 5-5.7 54.5 55.4.56.7 57.9 56.8 54. 9 



TABLE V. 













EXTREMES 01 


HEAT IN EACH 


MONTH SINCE 


1850; also, 


IN EACH 


YEAR. 












Mth. 


1 855 


1856 


1857 


18-58 


1859 


1860 


1861 


1882 


1863 


1864 


1865 


1863 


1867 


1868 


1869 


1870 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


1877 


1878 


1879 


1880 




72 


Ml 


67 


62 


65 


62 


no 


62 


63 


Til 


63 


61 


61 


58 


64 


as 


63 


62 


69 


60 


62 


61 


64 


62 


89 


57 


Feb... 


72 


70 


6s 


711 


6.5 


74 


61 


58 


64 


73 


65 


70 


64 


68 


69 


70 


63 


66 


69 


65 


US 


67 


66 


62 


67 


63 


Mch.. 


78 


80 


74 


73 


70 


75 


82 


72 


79 


74 


71 


69 


65 


7ii 


72 


67 


72 


67 


78 


65 


69 


73 


75 


66 


78 


67 




78 


69 


m 


80 


80 


83 


79 


75 


82 


84 


75 


ss 


85 


75 


70 


72 


74 


70 


77 


73 


84 


75 


66 


73 


75 


65 


May.. 


S3 


69 


75 


87 


85 


73 


76 


76 


78 


75 


87 


79 


87 


86 


86 


87 


76 


82 


74 


82 


70 


83 


69 


76 


74 


83 




R2 


74 


87 


77 


85 


74 


76 


79 


78 


70 


87 


85 


86 


71 


72 


74 


80 


91 


68 


85 


76 


93 


94 


75 


84 


82 


July. 


B0 


78 


72 


SO 


82 


82 


78 


86 


72 


70 


79 


76 


93 


75 


74 


83 


70 


69 


72 


73 


73 


77 


76 


74 


75 


74 


Aug .. 


79 


g« 


83 


73 


80 


86 


76 


87 


82 


7H 


75 


75 


73 


75 


75 


so 


80 


7o 


.0 


68 


69 


75 


77 


74 


88 


73 


Sept.. 


84 


88 


88 


87 


88 


76 


84 


82 


86 


91 


77 


88 


70 


85 


78 


88 


73 


72 


89 


82 


83 


91 


78 


86 


79 


Oct... 


79 


79 


83 


79 


89 


79 


83 


84 


87 


91 


80 


80 


79 


85 


85 


76 


85 


82 


76 


7s 


80 


76 


77 


,8(1 


82 


79 


Nov... 


67 


74 


72 


73 


71 


70 


69 


7.1 


j2 


72 


.76 


72 


70 


75 


73 


72 


78 


70 


72 


72 


69 


70 


67 


67 


65 


75 


Dec- 


61 


68 


60 


59 


63 


61 


63 


64 


69 


63 


60 


64 


66 


63 


64 


62 


64 


65 


67 


65 


63 


64 


64 


67 


65 


60 


Year 


BO 


86 


88 


88 


89 


ss 


83 


87 


87 


91 


91 


ss 


93 


86 


86 


87 


38 


91 


7s 


BS 


84 


93 


94 


90 


88 


83 




TABLE VI. 










EXTREMES OF COLD IN EACn MONTH SINCE 1855; ALSO, IN EACH YEAR. 








Mth. 


1856 
33 


1856 
33 


1857 

32 


1858 
SO 


1859 

30 


I860 

31 


1861 

29 


1862 

2:1 


1883 

40 


1861 

88 


1865 
35 


1886 

38 


1867 

37 


1868 

32 


1869 
SG 


1870 
36 


1871 

34 


1872 

41 


1873 

45 


1874 

3d 


1875 

35 


1876 
33 


1877 

36 


1878|l879 


1880 
34 


Jan... 


33 


40 


Feb... 


41 


in 


31 


30 


34 


32 


38 


31 


38 


43 


38 


42 


37 


31 


36 


3S 


38 


40 


36 


38 


43 


38 


44 


45 


47 


37 


Mch. 


44 


41 


41 


36 


3.5 


37 


37 


37 


44 


44 


36 


42 


3S 


38 


44 


38 


39 


46 


43 


33 


40 


39 


49 


46 


47 


40 


April 


40 


40 


44 


38 


34 


39 


40 


36 


43 


10 


411 


45 


42 


42 


43 


38 


41 


411 


41 


45 


33 


43 


47 


45 


47 


43 


May.. 


-14 


43 


43 


40 


39 


39 


43 


38 


44 


47 


46 


43 


17 


41 


47 


4.5 


43 


47 


45 


50 


48 


45 


48 


.50 


45 


47 


June 


49 


46 


.50 


44 


45 


45 


49 


49 


50 


48 


49 


49 


48 


45 


48 


47 


46 


i.l 


49 


49 


-50 


-V) 


51 


.51 


48 


49 


July . 


51 


48 


50 


48 


48 


46 


49 


49 


50 


48 


50 


49 


52 


46 


52 


68 


49 


61 


50 


.5(1 


51 


50 


53 


52 


52 


51 


Aug .. 


53 


4:i 


50 


49 


■IS 


.5(1 


47 


49 


51 


48 


50 


51) 


51 


49 


4s 


56 


.52 


52 


58 


52 


51 


51 


51 


63 


51 


51 


Sept.. 


50 


51 


50 


44 


43 


47 


47 


42 


58 


48 


47 


50 


.50 


49 


48 


54 


49 


48 


52 


4,8 


52 


.50 


53 


.53 


53 


50 


Oct.... 


51 


41 


45 


36 


38 


40 


40 


50 


42 


47 


47 


49 


41 


45 


45 


42 


45 


44 


45 


51 


46 


43 


47 


50 


50 


50 


Nov... 


12 


411 


31 


34 


36 


39 


35 


14 


43 


42 


41 


14 


44 


45 


36 


40 


88 


40 


46 


44 


45 


37 


47 


43 


45 


38 


Dec... 


29 
29 


35 
S3 


34 

3, 


"7 


32 
30 


32 

m 


35 

29 


38 

29 


40 
88 


38 
38 


27 


42 
38 


39 

37 


41 

31 


2s 
2s 


32 


38 
34 


31 
31 


32 
3- 


34 
80 


35 
33 


33 
33 


36 

36 


35 


29 


40 


Year 


35 


29 


34 



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BANKS. 



23 



Banks. 

ANGLO-CALD70RNIAN BANK (limited) . In- 
corporated, 1873. Capital stock, £600,000 ster- 
ling ; amount paid in £300,300 sterling ($1,501,- 
500). Number of shares of "common stock" 
issued is 29,970, £20 each, and 600 shares 
" deferred stock," £1 each. The" deferred stock" 
is fully paid. On the "common stock" £10 per 
share has been paid. Directors : W. J. Schofield, 
E. H. Lusbington, J. Sebag, J. Seligman , J. Sing- 
ton. 

San Francisco Branch, 422 California street. F. F. 
Low, and Ignatz Steinhart, managers ; P. N. 
Lilienthal, cashier. 

BANK BRITISH COLUMBIA. Incorporated, 
1862. Capital stock £500,000 sterling; amount 
paid in £346,000 sterling. 

San Francisco Branch, SE cor California and San- 
some streets. Directors : Robert Gillespie, Eden 
Colville. James Anderson, Henry D. Harrison, 
Henry E. Ransom, Sir John Rose, Bart. Mana- 
ger : Frederick Townsend. 

BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. Dn- 

corporated, 1840. Capital stock £1,000,000 ster- 
ling j amount paid in £1,000,000 sterling. Shares 
of stock issued, 20,000 ; amount paid up on each 
share of stock £50 sterling. Directors; J. J. 
Cater, E. A. Hoare, Henry W. Farrer, John Henry 
Brodie, Richard H. Glyn. Henry J. B. Kendall, J. 
J. Kingsford, Frederick Lubbock, A. H. Phill- 
potts, J. Murray Robertson. 
San Francisco Branch, 219-221 Sansome street. 
Manager ; A. McKinlay. 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA.. Incorporated June, 

1864. Capital stock $3,000,000; fully paid up. 
Number of shares of stock issued 30,000, $100 
each. Directors ; D. O. Mills, "William Sharon, 
William Alvord, Charles Mayne, H. M. Newhall, 
Jerome Lincoln, Adam Grant, J. C. Wilmerding, 
Thomas Le Roy, J. P. Pierce, M. Lewis. Loca- 
tion — NW cor California and Sansome streets. 
William Alvord, president; Thomas Brown, 
cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK OF SAN 

FRANCISCO. Capital, paid up, $1,500,000. 
Directors; R. C. Woolworth, D. Callaghan, C. G. 
Hooker, C. Adolphe Low, Peter Donahue, Isaac 
Wormser, Edward Martin, James Meffitt, N. Van 
Bergen. Location — SW cur Montgomery and 
Summer streets. R. C. Woolworth, president ; 
D. Callaghan, vice-president ; E. D. Morgan, 
cashier. 

GRANGERS' BANK OF CALIFORNIA. In- 
corporated April 27, 1874. Capital stock $1,000,000 ; 
amount paid in $420,760. Number shares of stock 
issued 10,000 ; amount paid on each share of stock 
$40 plus $20,760 full paid up. Directors : G. W. 
Colby, John Lewelling, J. V. Webster, Uriah 
Wood, J. C. Merryfleld, Thomas McConnell, J. C. 
Steele, Solomon Jewett, C. J. Cressey, Seneca 
Ewer, A. D. Logan. Location — NE cor California 
and Davis streets. G. W. Colby, president; A. 
Montpellier, cashier. 

LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK 

(limited) . Incorporated in London, England, 

1865. Capital stock £1,000,000 ; the amount sub- 
scribed and fully paid up is £600,000 ; shares of 
stock issued 60,000 ; paid up on each Share £10. 
Directors ; W. F. Babcock, J. F. Flemmicb. E. H. 
Green, Henry Goschen, Julius May, J. S. Morgan, 
R. D. Peebles, F. Rodewald, Robert Ryrie, R. 
Sulzbach, Baron H. de Stern. Location — San 
Francisco Branch, 424 California street. A. Scriv- 
ener, manager ; Wflliam Steel, assistant manager. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE BANK (in liqui- 
dation) 320 Sansome street. 

NATIONAL GOLD BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY (in liquidation) N,W cor Montgom- 
ery and California streets. 



NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

Dncorporated May 25, 1875. Capital stock, paid 
up, $3,000,000; shares of stock issued 30,000; 
amount paid up on each share is $100. Directors : 
J. C. Flood, Estate of W. S. O'Brien, J. W. Mac- 
kay, J. G. Fair, Louis McLane, J. L. Flood. Lo- 
cation — NW cor Montgomery and Pine streets. 
Louis McLane, president; H. W. Glenny, cashier. 

PACD7IC BANK. Incorporated February 4, 1863. 
Capital stock, paid up, $1,000,000. Number of 
shares of stock issued is 10,000 j amount paid on 
each share $100. Directors : R. H. McDonald, J. 
M. McDonald, W. T. Wallace, H. Mabury, C. T. 
Ryland, J. D. Ijams, F. V. McDonald, C. H. Swift. 
Location — NW cor Sansome and Pine streets. 
R. H. McDonald, president; S. G. Murphy, 
cashier. 

WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S BANK. Incor- 
porated February 5, 1866. Capital stock $6,250,- 
000. Directors ; Lloyd Tevis, Leland Stanford, 
Charles F. Crocker, Oliver Eldridge, George E. 
Gray, Charles Crocker, A. H. Barney, W. G. 
Fargo, D. O. Mills. Location— NE cor California 
and Sansome streets. Lloyd Tevis, president ; H. 
Wadsworth, cashier. 

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated June 24, 1880. Capital 6tock 
$100,000 ; amount subscribed and paid in by stock- 
holders is $69,322.48. Number shares of stock 
issued 692 ; amount paid on each share is $100. 
Directors : David Farquharson, Robert F. Bunker, 
Alex. C. Corbett, Joseph R. Wilcox, Edward Far- 
rell, John Bain, John Easton, Charles D. Farqu- 
harson, John Daniel, V. Campbell, Thomas 
Downing. Location— NW cor Eddy and Powell 
streets. David Farquharson, president ; Vernon 
Campbell, cashier. 

FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' iBANK OF 
■ SAVINGS (in liquidation) 528 California street. 

FRANCO-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK (in 

liquidation) 428 Montgomery street. 

FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT SAVINGS 
AND LOAN SOCD3TY. Incorporated March 
11, 1879. Capital stock $300,000 ; amount paid in 
by stockholders is $102,520 ; amount subscribed 
$217,600. Directors : F. Perrin, G. Touchard, 
Thomas Leroy, P. Fleury, J. G. Sala, H. Barroil- 
het, J. Lenormand, L. Mejasson, A. Comte, Jr. 
Location— 534 California. F. Perrin, president ; 
A. Brand, secretary. 

GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

Incorporated February 10, 1868. Capital stock 
$400,000 ; amount paid in is $285,000 ; number 
shares of stock issued is 400. Directors ; L. Got- 
tig, Charles Kohler, Edward Kruse, George H. 
Eggers, H. L. Simon. Peter Spreckels, N. Van 
Bergen, F. RoediDg, Ignatz Steinhart. Location 
— 526 California street. L. Gottig, president ; F. 
Roeding, cashier. 

HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated April 5, 1859. This bank 
has no capital stock ; conducted on the " mutual 
plan." Reserve fund $1,270,315.87. Directors: 
Myles D. Sweeney, C. D. O'SulIivan, John Sulli- 
van, R. J. Tobin, Gustave Touchard, D. J. Oliver, 
Peter Donohue, M. J. O'Connor, and Joseph A. 
Donohue. Location — NE cor Market and Mont- 
gomery streets. Myles D. Sweeney, president ; 
Robert J. Tobin, secretary pro tern. 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY. Incorporated November 24, 1869. Capi- 
tal stock is $100,000 ; amount paid iu is $80,000. 
Number of shares of stock issued is 100. Direc- 
tors : A. C. Weber, R. Jordan. D. Porter, W. T. 
Lowery, Henry Luchsinger. Location— 18 Geary 
street. A. C. Weber, president ; A. Hartman, 
cashier. 

MASONIC SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY 

(iu liquidation) . Location— 6 Post street. 

ODD FELLOWS' SAVINGS BANK (in liqui- 
dation) . Location— 238 Montgomery. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION. In- 
corporated June 18, 1862. Capital stock, paid up 
in full, $400,000. Number of shares of stock is- 
sued is 1,600. Directors : James De Tremery, Al- 
bert Miller, C. Baum, Alexander Campbell, Sen., 
E. J. Crane, W. Ashburner, D. E. Martin, Charles 
Pace, John Taylor. Location — 532 California. 
James De Tremery, president ; Lovell White, 
cashier. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. Incorpor- 
ated July 23, 1857 . Capital stock $500,000, all paid 
in. Number of shares of stock issued is 5,000. 
Directors : John Brickell, Isaac Hyde, William 
Bosworth, Annis Merrill, J. M. Shotwell, E. F. 
Northam, W. A. Aldrich, Samuel Gilmore, S. C. 
Bigelow, B. O. Devoe, Henry Pierce. Location — 
619 Clay street. John Brickell, president ; Cyrus 
W. Carmany, cashier. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK. Incorporated 
March 2, 1871. Capital stock $300,000; amount 
paid} in is $150,000. Number of shares of stock 
issued is 7,200. Directors : D. O. Mills, W. F. 
Babcock, William Alvord, Calvin Paige, Adam 
Grant, Bartlett Doe, Jerome Lincoln, D. C. Mc- 
Ruer. Location — 215 Sansome street. Jerome 
Lincoln, vice-president ; Winfield S. Jones, cash- 
ier. 



CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST. 
First Baptist Church. 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Jones 
and Leavenworth. Pastor, William M. Kincaid ; resi- 
dence, Brunswick House. 

This church was organized in June, 1849. 

Number of communicants, three hundred. The 
Sabbath School has au average attendance of about 
two hundred and fifty. The library contains about 
one thousand volumes. 

Sabbath services morning and evening. Sabbath 
School at half-past twelve o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing every Monday and Wednesday evenings ; Church 
Covenant Meeting the Wednesday evening preceding 
the first Sabbath in each month. 

metropolitan Baptist Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Fifth and Jessie streets. 
Kev. I. S. Kalloch, D. D., Pastor; residence, Castro, 
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Divine services are held every Sunday at eleven 
o'clock A. M. and half - past seven o'clock P. M. 
Young People's Meeting, Monday evening. Church 
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening. 

Third Baptist Church (Colored). 

Location, east side of Powell street, between Bush 
and Sutter. Kev. J. R. Young, Pastor ; residence, 847 
Clay street. 

Number of members, about seventy-five. This 
church was organized in 1854. Services are held every 
Sabbath at three o'clock and half-past seven o'clock P. 
M. A Sunday School, with an average attendance of 
twenty, is held at two o'clock P. M. 

Union Square Baptist Church. 

Location, south side of Post street, between Powell 
and Mason. Kev. George Guirey, Pastor ; residence, 
608 Leavenworth street. 

The church was organized in the old City College 
Chapel, corner of Stockton and Geary streets, Octo- 
ber 31, 1866, with fifty-three members, to which ad- 
ditions have been made nearly every month, the num- 
ber now being about one hundred. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half-past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing is held on Wednesday evenings, and a meeting 
for the study of the Sunday School lesson, at which 



the Pastor presides, is held on Friday evenings at 
half-past seven o'clock. 

The Sabbath School is in a prosperous condition, 
and has a library of more than sixteen hundred vol- 
umes. It meets immediately after morning service. 

Fifth Baptist Church. 

Location, Twenty-second street, between Howard 
and Capp. Kev. 0. W. Hewes, Pastor; residence, 
6 Liberty street, 
j .This church was organized August 17th, 1869. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M. and half-past seven o'clock P. M., in Winter, and 
forty-five minutes past seven o'clock P. M. in Summer. 
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at half-past seven 
o'clock P. M. in Winter, and forty-five minutes past 
seven o'clock P. M. in Summer. 

A Sabbath School, with an average attendance of one 
hundred and sixty teachers and scholars, and a library 
of about six hundred volumes, are connected with the 
church. The school meets immediately after morn- 
ing service. 

Baptist Mission Chapel. 

Location, Eleventh Avenue, between F and G 
streets, South San Francisco. Rev. George E. Davis, 
Missionary ; residence, corner of Ninth Avenue and 
H street. The house of worship is neat and con- 
venient. One preaching service is held every Sab- 
bath, in connection with which is a Sunday School. 
No church has yet been organized. 

Jefferson Square Baptist Church. 

Organized, 1880. Place of worship, east side of 
Laguna street, between Golden Gate Avenue and 
McAllister. Rev. Winfield Scott, Pastor ; residence, 
910 Laguna street. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. 
M., and half past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing every Thursday evening at half past seven 
o'clock. 

Sabbath School at half past two P.M. every Sunday. 

Zion Baptist Church. 

This Church was organized February 7th, 1881. 
Pface of worship, Hamilton Hall, south-west corner 
of Geary and Steiner streets. Rev. Joseph S. Broni- 
ley, Pastor; residence, 1304 Post street. 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. M., and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. 

Baptist Chinese Mission. 

Location, 740 Washington street ; Rev. J. B. Hart- 
well, Missionary. One preaching service and Bible 
Class is held every Sabbath. Sabbath School at six 
o'clock P. M. The library, consisting of works in the 
English and Chinese languages, numbers five hundred 
volumes. Connected with this is a school for teach- 
ing Chinese the English language every evening at 
seven o'clock, closing with religious exercises. All 
religious services in the Chinese language. 



CONGREGATIONAL. 
First Congregational Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Post and Mason streets, 
Rev. A. L. Stone, D. D., Pastor emeritus. 

This church was organized July. 29th, 1849. The 
present membership is about six hundred. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and at half past seven o'clock P. M. between 
the first of September and first of May, and at forty- 
five minutes past seven o'clock P. M. during the other 
months of the year. Lecture every Wednesday at 
half past seven o'clock P. M. 

The Sabbath School connected with the Church has 
a membership of about five hundred, scholars and 
teachers. It meets immediately after morning ser- 
vice. A valuable and instructive library of over four- 
teen hundred volumes is attached tothe School. 

Plymouth Congregational Church. 

Location, east side of Taylor street, between Geary 
and O'Farrell. Rev. T. K. Noble, Pastor; residence, 
2200 Steiner street. 

This church was organized January 12th, 1862. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M. and at half past seven 6'clock P.M. Sabbath 
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morning service. Weekly Prayer Meeting every 
Wednesday evening. 

Third Congregational Church. 

Location, south side of Fifteenth Street, near Mis- 
sion. Rev. E. F. Walker.Acting Pastor ; residence, 
127 First Avenue. Number of members, one hundred 
and seventy. 

This church bad its origin in the Fall of 1862. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer Meet- 
ing every Wednesday evening. 

The Sabbath School was organized November 5th. 
1862. Its first session was held on Sunday, November 
9th, of the same year, the total attendance being thirty- 
three. At present the average attendance is about 
three hundred and fifty. Meets immediately after 
morning service. 

Green Street Congregational Church. 

Location, south side of Green street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Rev.W. E. Ijams, Acting Pastor ; res- 
idence, Commercial Hotel. 

The church was organized February 1865. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at eight 
o'clock P. M. The Sabbath School connected with 
tbe church numbers about three hundred members 
and has a library containing eight hundred volumes. 
Meets immediately after morning service. » 

Bethany Congregational Chnrch. 

Location, Bartlett street, near Twenty-fifth. Rev. 
William C. Pond, Pastor ; residence, 923 Capp street. 

This Church was organized February 23rd, 1873. Re- 
cognized by an Ecclesiastical Council duly called 
February 23rd, 1874. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M. and thirty minutes past seven o'clock P.M. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. 
A Sabbath School, from whence sprung this church, 
was organized in August, 1872. It bas an enrolled 
membership of three hundred, and a library of three 
hundred and fifty volumes. Meets at half past twelve 
o'clock P.M. Chinese Sunday School meets at half 
past six o'clock P.M. 

California Chinese Mission. 

Rev. W. C. Pond, Superintendent. 

Incorporated March, 1876. The corporation has 
been formed for the purpose of conducting Christian, 
missionary and educational operations among the 
Chinese and Japanese in California. 

Mission House and Central School, No. 5 Brenham 
Place ; Miss J. S. Worley, Miss E. Snook, and Jee 
Gam, Teachers. Barnes Mission House, No. 8 Ridley 
street; Mrs. C. A. Sheldon, Miss J. Sheldon, and Lu 
Lum, Teachers. Bethany School, Bethany Chapel, 
Bartlett street, near Twenty-fifth; Mr6. J. C. Snook, 
Teacher. Religious services are held every Sunday 
at eleven o'clock A. M., and half past seven o'clock P. 
M., and every Wednesday at half past seven o'clock 
P.M. Schoolevery evening during the week at Cen- 
tral School, 5 Brenham Place. 

The Congregational Association of Christian Chin- 
ese, organized in connection with this Mission, for 
mutual aid in the development of Christian character 
and in doing Christian work, has about one hundred 
and seventy members. Chung Mon, President; Jee 
Gam, Secretary. 



EPISCOPAL. 
Trinity Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Post and Powell 
streets. Rev. Hiram W. Beers, Rector ; residence, 1006 
Sutter street. 

This is the oldest parish of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church on the Pacific Coast. 

It had its beginning in Divine Service, celebrated 
on the eighth day of July, 1849. 

The ordinary services are Morning Prayer, at eleven 
o'clock, with Holy Communion on all Sundays and 
Holy-days. Evening Prayer at half-past seven o'clock 
every Sunday. Sermons after Morning and Evening 
Prayers every Sunday, and after Morning Prayers at 
the greater Festivals and on Thanksgiving Day. Sun- 
day School at half-past nine o'clock A. M., and Public 
Catechising at the same hour, the first Sunday in 



the month. Teachers' Meeting, Monday at four 
o'clock P. M. Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society after 
Morning Prayer, on Fridays at eleven o'clock A. M. 
Industrial School at ten o'clock A.M., every Saturday. 
Lenten Services as arranged by the Rector from time 
to time. Chinese Sunday School at six o'clock P.M. 

Grace Church. 

Location, southeast corner of California and Stock- 
ton streets. Rev. William H. Piatt, Rector ; resid- 
ence, 1407 Jones street. 

This church was organized in 1849. 

The corner stone of the present church edifice was 
laid by Bishop Kip in May, 1860. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and half past seven o'clock P. M. Sunday 
School meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. John's Church. 

Location, northeast corner Fifteenth and Valencia 
streets. Rev. Alfred Todhunter, Rector ; residence, 
San Rafael. 

This church was established in November, 1857. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M., and on Sunday evening at half past seven 
o'clock. Also, on all Holy Days at eleven o'clock A. 
M. The Sunday School numbers about three hun- 
dred and fifty scholars, and twenty teachers. Num- 
ber of volumes in the library, one thousand. Meets 
at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

Church of the Advent. 

Location, south side of Howard street, opposite 
New Montgomery. Right Rev.William Ingraham Kip, 
D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of California, Rector; 
residence southwest corner of Franklin and Eddy 
streets. Rev. W. L. Githens, Assistant Rector, resi- 
dence, 623 Howard street. Study at the Church. 

This parish was organized June, 1858. The present 
church building was completed and consecrated Feb- 
ruary 24, 1861. Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A.M., and half-past seven o'clock P.M. The Sunday 
School has an average attendance of about four hun- 
dred, and meets at half -past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Alban's Church. 

Present place of worship, Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mis- 
sion street. Rector, vacant. 

Organized in 1870, as a Free Episcopal Church, with 
full choral services : has since been conducted, part 
of the time, as a Mission, under the name of Trinity 
Chapel, being managed by the Rector of Trinity 
Church. 

Services are held at eleven o'clock A. M., and the 
Sunday School, under the superintendence of W. G. 
Badger, meets at fifteen minutes past nine o'clock 
A.M. 

St. Luke's Church. 

Location, south side of Pacific street between Polk 
street and Van Ness Avenue. Rev. S. Gregory Lines, 
Rector ; residence, 1799 Filbert street. 

The first services of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
at Spring Valley .which led to the organization of this 
church, were held by the Rev, Giles Easton, Assistant 
Rector of Grace Church, in Spring Valley School 
House, on Broadway street, between Larkin and Polk, 
on the fourth of March, 1866. 

The building now occupied by the congregation was 
completed September 26, 1868, and consecrated April 
13, 1873. It was enlarged, and a Guild room added, 
December, 1878. The church will now accommodate 
over three hundred persons. 

The church is supported by offerings and monthly 
subscriptions, and seats are free. Services are held 
every Sunday at eleven o'clock A.M. and at half past 
seven o'clock P. M; and on Saints' Days, and other 
Holy Days at eleven o'clock A. M. Sunday School 
meets at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Location, south side California street, between Fill- 
more and Steiner streets. Rev. C. S. Fackenthall, 
minister. 

This church is the outgrowth of St. Paul's Mission, 
organized by several residents of the Western Addi- 
tion, October 1st, 1873. It was regularly incorporated 
as a church in the month of March, 1881. 

Services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and half past seven o'clock P. M. The Sunday 



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School, under the immediate superintendence of the 
minister in charge, meets at three o'clock P. M. It 
has about 200 children enrolled. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Stockton and Filbert 
streets. Rev. F. O. Barstow, Rector ; residence, 1225 
Union. 

This parish was organized in July, 1867. 

The church building accommodates three hundred, 
the sittings being free. 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
half past seven o'clock P.M. 

The Sunday School connected with the church is in 
a very flourishing condition. Meets at half past nine 
o'clock A.M. 

St. Stephen's Church. 

Location, north side of Fulton street, between Web- 
ster and Fillmore. Rev. Edgar J. Lion, Rector; resi- 
dence, 723 Grove street. 

This church was organized early in the year 
1879. 

The congregation now numbers about two hundred 
and fifty. Services are held on Sundays at eleven 
o'clock A.M. and a quarter to eight P.M. The Sunday 
School, which numbers about two hundred, meets at 
half past nine o'clock A.M. 

All Saints' Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner of Eddy and Polk streets. Rev. W. 
Fred. Morrison, Rector; residence, adjoining church. 

This church was organized November 1, 1878. 

The membership numbers one hundred and fifty, 
the congregation averages over two hundred, and 
the Sunday School has an attendance of sixty. The 
Sunday School meets at ten o'clock A. M. Church 
services at eleven A. M. and half past seven P. M. 
Connected with the church is a very efficient guild 
divided into four departments: social, musical, visit- 
ing, and boys club ; it meets on the first and third 
Thursdays of each month. 

Mission Services. 

Seamen's Mission. — Chapel, 118 Jackson street, 
corner Front. The Mission is under the charge of 
the Clergy of the Diocese. On the Fourth Sunday 
of each month the services are held at the Sailors' 
Home, corner Harrison and Main, by Rev. Gustavus 
W. Mayer. Sunday School every Sunday at two o'clock 
P.M., at the Chapel. Also, a Sewing School for girls, 
which meets every Saturday at ten o'clock A. M. at the 
Church of the Advent. 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. 
United German Evangelical Lutheran Con- 
gregation of St. Mark's Church. 

Location, south side of Geary street, between Stock- 
ton and Powell. Rev. G. Muehlsteph, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 307 Mason street. 

This is the oldest German Evangelical Lutheran 
Congregation in the city, it being in existence since 
1857. 

The consolidation of the First German Evangelical 
Lutheran Congregation of Greenwich Street, and the 
German Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of St. 
Mark's Church, took place on Tuesday, the 23d day 
of July, 1867. Number of members about one hun- 
dred. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
forty-five minutes past ten o'clock A.M. The Sabbath 
School meets at half-past nine o'clock A.M. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 

Location, south side of Mission street, between 
Fifth and Sixth. Rev. J. M. Buehler, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 953 Mission street. 

This church was organized on the fifteenth of May, 
1867. 

The Ladies' Society connected with this church has 
a membership of eighty, and has proven a very effi- 
cient auxiliary to the cause. 

The Sabbath School now numbers five hundred 
and sixty-three scholars, with thirty-six teachers. 

Services in the German language every Sabbath at 
half-past ten o'clock A.M., and half-past seven o'clock 
P.M. Sabbath School at nine o'clock A.M. 



A Day School, under the auspices of the congrega- 
tion, has been established, which includes the 
branches taught in the Public Schools; devotes par- 
ticular attention to the study of the German language, 
and has special regard to the moral training of their 
children in the spirit of the Christian religion. 

Emanuel Church of the Evangelical As- 
sociation. 

Location, north side of Jessie street, between Sixth 
and Seventh. Rev. F. W. Fischer, Pastor ; residence, 
538 Jessie street, rear of church. 

Number of members one hundred. Services in the 
German language every Sabbath at half-past ten 
o'clock A.M., and half past seven o'clock P.M. Sab- 
bath School, numbering one hundred and ninety 
teachers and scholars, meets at quarter past nine 
o'clock A.M. Prayer Meeting every Tuesday and 
Thursday, and Bible Meeting every Friday at eight 
o'clock P.M. 

Our Saviour's Scandinavian Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. 

Rev. I. L. P. Dietrichson, Pastor; residence, 18 
Sherman street. 

This church was organized on the twentieth of Oc- 
tober, 1870. 

A Ladies' Society to promote the interests of the 
church and for the relief of poor Scandinavians has 
lately been organized. Services in the Scandinavian 
language Sundays and holidays at half-past ten o'clock 
A. M. The seats are always free, and strangers are 
welcome. Its membership is now one hundred and 
twenty-five. 

First Reformed Church (German). 

Location, east side of Eleventh street, between Mar- 
ket and Mission. Rev. J. Fueudeling, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 29 Eleventh street, basement of church. 

This society was organized by the Rev. Frederick 
Fox, on the eleventh of April, 1869. 

The church, occupied by the congregation, was 
dedicated December 15, 1872. 

Services every Sabbath in the German language at 
eleven o'clock A. M. German Sabbath School at 
half -past nine o'clock A. M, 

• French Reformed Evangelical Church. 

Present place of worship, room6 of the Young Wo- 
men's Christian Association, 314 Sutter street ; Rev. 
Edmond Verrue, Pastor; residence, 31 Glen Park Av- 
enue. Organized February 18th, 1877. Number of 
members nineteen. Services in the French language 
every Sunday at eleven o'clock A. M . A Sunday School 
in connection with the church, meets at ten o'clock 
A. M. 

Officers.— Adolphe E. Juillerat and NumaDuperu.El- 
ders. 

St. John's German Evangelical Church. 

Rev. J. Fuendeling, Pastor ; residence, 29 Eleventh 
street. This church was organized in July, 1879. 

The congregation are at present worshipping at 
St. Peters Episcopal Church, N. E. cor. Stockton and 
Filbert street. Services held every Sabbath in the 
German language, at half-past seven o'clock P. M. 
Sabbath School at nine o'clock A. M. 



HEBREW. 
Congregation Emanu-El. 

Location of synagogue, north side of Sutter street, 
between Stockton and Powell. Rev. Elkan Cohn, 
Rabbi ; residence, 905 Hyde street; Max Wolf, Reader. 

Organized April, 1851 . 

A school for the religious education of the youth, 
with four hundred and sixty-three pupils, is conducted 
in the basement rooms of the synagogue building. 

Congregation Ohabai Shalome. 

Location of synagogue, east side of Mason street, 
between Geary and Post. Rev. Dr. A. S. Bettelheim, 
Rabbi; residence, 1311 Larkin street. 

The elegant edifice occupied by this" congregation 
was erected in 1865. 

Congregation Beth Israel. 

Location of synagogue, Turk street, near Taylor. 



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Kev. Dr. A. J. Messing, Eabbi; residence, 630 Eddy 
street. 

This congregation was organized in 1861. 

The present membership is about one hundred and 
seventy-five. Services are held daily, morning and 
evening, at the usual hours. 

Congregation Sherith Israel. 

Location of synagogue, northeast corner of Post and 
Taylor streets. Rev. Dr. H. Vidaver, Babbi ; residence, 
806 Jones street. M. Luxenburg, Cantor. 

Congregation Shaarey Zedek. 

Location of synagogue, east side of Stockton street, 
between Pacific and Broadway. (Vacant) Eabbi. 

Congregation Beth-Menahim Streisand. 

Minna street, between Fifth and Sixth. Eabbi 
vacant. Services held every day. L. Levin, Presi- 
dent. 

Congregation Nevah-Tzedek. 

Location of synagogue 14 Golden Gate Av, near 
Market. Laser Lazarus, teacher of the congregation ; 
residence, 470 Jessie. Services held three times 
daily. 



METHODIST. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Wash- 
ington and Jackson. Bev.Wm. E. Gober, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1008 Washington street. 

This is the oldest Protestant church organization in 
San Francisco or in California, several families 
having been formed into a society here by Eev. W. 
Boberts, in 1846. 

The present beautiful edifice was erected in 1871. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M., and 
half-past seven o'clock P.M. Sabbath School at half- 
past twelve o'clock P.M. Prayer Meeting on Wednes- 
day evenings. 

Howard Street Methodist Episcopal Church 

Location, south side of Howard street, between 
Second and Third. Bev. M. C. Briggs, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 9 Hubbard street. 

This society was organized in 1852. 

There are now more than four hundred communi- 
cants, and a Sabbath School, numbering sixty officers 
and teachers and one thousand scholars, with an aver- 
age attendance of about five hundred, and a library of 
two thousand volumes. Services every Sabbath morn- 
ing and evening at the usual hours. Prayer Meeting 
on Sunday, at half past six o'clock P. M., and on 
Wednesday, at half past seven o'clock P. M. Class 
meetings at nine o'clock A. M. and twelve o'clock M. 
Sundays. Sabbath School at two o'clock P. M. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Sixth and Seventh. Bev. C.V. Anthony, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1061 Mission street. 

The church was organized in 1864. 

The Society now numbers, including probationers, 
three hundred ."nd ninety. 

Services every Sabbath morning and evening at the 
usual hours. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday evenings, 
and Praise Service Sabbath at six and a half o'clock 
P. M. Sabbath School and Bible classes at two o'clock 
P. M. Class Meetings Sabbath at half past nine 
o'clock A.M., and at half past twelve o'clook P. M., 
and on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. 
Young people's meeting every Monday evening. Lit- 
erary Society held Saturday evenings. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, east side of Mission street, between Eigh- 
teenth and Nineteenth. Bev. A. T. Needham, Pastor ; 
residence, 204 Nineteenth street. 

This church was known as the Mission Street Meth- 
odist Episcopal until 1876, when the present name 
was adopted. Number of members, one hundred and 
ten. 

Services on Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M., and at 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meeting on 
Wednesdays at half past seven o'clock P. M. The 
Sabbath School connected with the church has an av- 
erage attendance of three hundred and a library of 



six hundred volumes. Meets at half past two o'clock 
P. M'. 

Kentucky Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, ^Tennessee street, south of Solano, Po- 
trero. J. H. Wythe, Pastor; residence, 965 West 
street, Oakland. Organized 1870. Number of mem- 
bers, thirty. Sunday School attendance, ninety. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Prayer Meeting Thurs- 
day evenings. Sunday School at two o'clock P. M. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, north side Broadway 6treet, between 
Stockton and Powell. Eev. C. H. Afflerbach, Pastor; 
residence, N. E. corner of Mason and Green. 

This church was organized February 29, 1859. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. ; also, every Wednesday 
evening in the German language. Sunday School at 
half past nine o'clock A. M. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Folsom street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Bev. Hermann Bruck, Pastor ; residence, 864B Folsom 
street, rear. 

This church was organized in the Fall of 1855. 
Number of members fifty-five. 

Services every Sunday at forty-five minutes past ten 
o'clock A. M. and half past seven o'clock P.M. Sab- 
bath School at nine o'clock A. M. Prayer Meeting 
every Wednesday evening at half past seven o'clock. 
Praise meeting every Friday evening at half past seven 
o'clock. All services in the German language. 

St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South. 

Location, west side of Buss street, between Howard 
and Folsom. Bev. J. C. Simmons, Pastor;residence, 25 
Buss street. 

This church was re-organized in October, 1858. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M. , and 
half past seven o'clock P.M. Sabbath School at close 
of morning service. Class Meetings at half past nine 
o'clock A.M. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings. 

Bush Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Bush street, between Scott and Devisa- 
dero. Eev. B. L. Harford, Pastor; residence, 2520 Bush 
street. 

This house of worship was built from the proceeds 
of the sale of the Seaman's Bethel, in 1869. A Sabbath 
School, with about three hundred members and a 
library of three hundred volumes, is connected with 
the church. Number of communicants and proba- 
tioners, eighty-four. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
half past seven o'clock P.M. Class Meeting Fridays, 
at 7.30 P.M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evenings. 
Sabbath School every Sunday at two o'clock P. M. 

South San Francisco Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

Location, Fifteenth avenue, South S. F. ; Pastor, 
vacant. 

No services held at this church. The Sunday 
School is under the supervision of Mr. John Pinder 
of South San Fiancisco, having about twenty mem- 
bers, with a probable increase to fifty or sixty. School 
meets every Sunday at 3 o'clock P. M. 

Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Place of worship, north side of Harrison street, be- 
tween Fifth and Sixth ; Eev. E. Shogren, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 27 Oak Grove Avenue. 

This church was organized September 27, 1875. 
Services are held every Sabbath at half past ten 
o'clock A.M. and half past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer 
Meeting Thursdays at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between Clay 
and Sacramento. Bev. James H. Davis, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, corner of Sacramento street and Prospect 
place. 

The congregation was organized by Bev. John J. 
Moore, August 1,1852. 



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Connected with the church is a Sabbath School of 
three teachers and thirty scholars, and a library of 
four hundred volumes. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School at one 
o'clock P. M. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, west side of Powell street, between Jack- 
son and Pacific. Rev. B. Fletcher, Pastor in charge ; 
residence, 1230 Broadway. 

The society worshiping here was organized in 1859. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M., and 
half past seven o'clock P. M.. Sabbath School at half 
past one o'clock P. M. 

Chinese Mission House of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 

Location, north side of Washington street, between 
Stockton and Powell. Rev. Otis Gibson, Superinten- 
dent; Rev. A. J. Hanson, Assistant; residence, 916 
Washington street. Lee Tong Hay, Chan Pak Kwai, 
and Chan Hon Fan, native helpers. 

This Mission House was erected in 1870. The build- 
ing contains rooms designed for, and used as, an 
Asylum for Chinese women and girls, who may 
be saved from lives of slavery and shame. Mrs. 
Jane Walker is employed as teacher and missionary 
in this department. Sabbath School for women at 
twenty minutes past one o'clock P. M. every Sabbath. 
The entrance to the Chinese department is on Stone 
street, and to the Parsonage department, 916 Wash- 
ington street. 

The schools are graded into five classes, employing 
five experienced teachers, and are open every evening 
during the week except Saturday. Tuition $1 per 
month. Bible Class meets every Sabbath at eleven 
o'clock A.M. Sabbath School at half past six o'clock 
P.M. Praise Service and Bible Class Wednesday even- 
ings. Services in the Chinese language every Sab- 
bath, at twenty minutes past twelve o'clock P.M. 



PRESBYTERIAN. 
First Presbyterian Church 

Location, west side of Stockton street, between 
Washington and Clay. Rev. Philo F. Phelps, Acting 
Pastor ; residence, 1116 Jackson street. 

This church was organized May 20, 1819. 

The church is entirely free from debt. Present 
number of communicants is about one hundred and 
ninety. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A.M., and at half-past seven o'clock P.M.; Lecture on 
Wednesday evenings. Evening Prayer Meeting at 
seven P.M. The public invited to all services. 

There is a large and flourishing Sabbath School con- 
nected with the church. Average attendance, two 
hundred. Number of teachers, thirty-five. A choice 
library of over eight hundred volumes' is attached to 
the school. C. C. Shattuck, Superintendent. Sab- 
bath School and Bible Class meet at one o'clock P. M. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. 

Location, northwest corner of Geary and Powell 
streets. Rev. John Hemphill, Pastor; residence, 
1239 Pine street. 

This church was organized July 17, 1854. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Public Lecture 
Wednesday evening. Prayer Meeting every Friday 
evening and every Sabbath, one hour before the even- 
ing service. Sabbath School meets at half past 
twelve o'clock P.M. 

Howard Preshyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. Robert Mackenzie, Pastor; 
residence, 24 South Park. 

The church was organized September, 1850. 

The number of communicants enrolled is about 
three hundred. 

Regular services are held on Sundays at eleven 
o'clock A. M. Sunday School meets at half-past nine 
o'clock A. M. 

Lnrkin Street Preshyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Larkin and Pacific streets. Rev. 
T. Beaizley, Pastor in charge ; residence 715 Howard. 



This enterprise was commenced by Rev. J. D. 
Strong, in April, 1862. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Young People's Prayer 
Meeting Sundays at half past six o'clock P. M., and 
regular Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night. The 
Sabbath 8chool has an average attendance of two 
hundred and fifty, and meets immediately after morn- 
ing service ; J. S. Webster, superintendent. 

Central Preshyterian Tabernacle. 

Location, north side of Golden Gate Av, between 
Taylor and Jones. Rev. W. J. Smith. Pastor j residence, 
130" Golden Gate Avenue. 

This church was organized by a Committee of the 
Presbytery of California, May 14, 1865. 

Sabbath services held at eleven o'clock A.M., and 
half-past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer Meeting every 
Wednesday in the lecture room at half-past seven 
o'clock P.M., and on Sabbath evenings at half-past 
six o'clock P.M. Praise service is held till half-past 
seven o'clock P.M., when the usual service is held. 
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is administered 
on the first Sabbath in March, June, September, and 
December. The Sabbath School connected with the 
church was organized January 15, 1865, with fifty- 
seven scholars and twenty teachers, with Stephen 
Franklin as Superintendent. The whole number of 
teachers and scholars now enrolled is two hundred 
and forty-two ; meets at half-past nine o'clock A.M. 
The library contains two thousand useful volumes, 
which are eagerly read by the children. 

Young People's Aid Society meets every Tuesday 
evening, at half past seven o'clock. Superintendent 
of Sunday School, W. H. Davies. 

Emmanuel Mission. 

Location, 928 Harrison street, between Fifth and 
Sixth. Rev. James Woodworth, Superintendent ; res- 
idence, 1713 Stevenson street. Sunday School every 
Sabbath at half past two o'clock P. M. 

United Presbyterian Church. 

Location, west side of Mason street, between Eddy 
and Ellis. Rev. M. M. Gibson. D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 803 Guerrero street, near Twentieth. 

This church was organized January, 1866, by the 
Rev. J. T. Cooper, D. D., with thirty-eight members; 
it now numbers about two hundred and sixty-four. 
It uses the metrical version of the Psalms of David in 
praise. The pews are free. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. 
M., and half past seven o'clock P.M. Sabbath School 
at half past nine o'clock A. M. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. 

Location, south side of Fell street, between Octavia 
and Laguna. Rev. F. L. Nash, Pa6tor ; residence, 736 
Grove street. 

Organized April 4, 1864. Number of members, one 
hundred and eighty. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. M. and 
half past seven o'clock P. M. Sabbath School at two 
o'clock P. M. C. Geddes, Superintendent. Average 
attendance, two hundred and fifty. Prayer meetings 
Wednesdays and Fridays at half past seven o'clock 
P.M. • 

Howard Street Presbyterian Church. 

• Location.east side of Howard street between Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second. Rev. A. S. Fiske, Pastor; 
residence, 808 Twentieth street. 

Organized 1868. Number of members, one hundred 
and fifty. The increase in the membership during 
the past year has been about forty per cent. 

Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A.M. and 
half past seven o'clock P.M. Prayer meeting and 
Teachers' meeting at half-past seven o'clockWednesday 
evening. 

Sunday School at half-past twelve o'clock P.M. 
Average attendance one hundred and eighty. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. 

Location, north side of Post street, between Mason 
and Taylor. Rev. W. A. Scott, D.D., LL. D., Pastor; 
residence, 521 Post street. 

This church was organized March 6, 1870, in Pacific 
Hall, by the Presbytery of San Francisco, with fifty- 
eight communing members. The number at present 
is three hundred and seventy. 



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Church services at eleven o'clock A.M. and half- 
past sevento 'clock P.M. 

The Sabbath School connected with the church has 
five hundred members, and a library containing 
thirteen hundred and seventeen volumes, with nu- 
merous diagrams of Bible places and scenes. It 
meets at half-past nine o'clock A.M. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Tennessee street, between Sierra and 
Napa. Eev. J. T. Wills, Pastor; residence, 28 Fifteenth 
Avenue. 

This Church was erected in 1871. The church 
affords sittings for two hundred and fifty. Services 
every Sabbath at half-past eleven o'clock, A. M. 

Sabbath School at 2 o'clock, P. M. Connected with 
the school is a library of five hundred volumes. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church. 

Location, Eighteenth avenue, near Bailroad ave- 
nue, South San Francisco. Bev. J. T. Wills, Pastor ; 
residence, 28 Fifteenth avenue. 

The Memorial Presbyterian Church was incorpora- 
ted March 23, 1871. Services every Sabbath at half- 
past ten o'clock, A. M. 

The Sabbath School connected with the church 
meets at twelve o'clock M., and numbers seventy-five 
members. 

Woodbridge Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Twentieth and Capp streets. 
Bev. Sylvester Woodbridge, D. D., Pastor; residence, 
627 Nineteenth street. 

This church was organized Ea6ter Sunday, 1876. 

Services at eleven o'clock A.M. and half past seven 
o'clock P.M. The Sunday School has an average at- 
tendance of three hundred, and meets at half past 
twelve o'clock P.M. 

"Welsh. Presbyterian Church. 

Place of worship, Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission 
street. Bev. Moses Williams, Pastor. Organized 
March 17, 1878. Number of members, fifty. Hours of 
service, eleven o'clock A. M. and half past seven 
o'clock P. M. Sunday School at half past two o'clock 
P.M. Average attendance, fifty. 

Chinese Mission House. 

Location, northeast corner of Stockton and Sacra- 
mento streets. Bev. A. W. Loomis, D. D., Missionary ■ 
residence, 1505 Jones street. 

The house is brick, and was built by the liberality 
of the citizens of San Francisco, and by funds from 
the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, whose 
office is in New York, and by which this mission to 
the Chinese in California is supported. The house 
contains school rooms and rooms for a Chinese Chris- 
tian Association, a chapel which will seat nearly three 
hundred people, and apartments for the residence of a 
mission family. 

Beligious services in the Chinese language are held 
every Sabbath morning and evening, and also on 
Wednesday evenings. A Sabbath School is also held 
in connection with each of these three services. ' 

An evening school is open throughout the week. 
It is free to the Chinese, and is taught by the mis- 
sionaries and other teachers who are supported by 
the Mission. 



EOMAN CATHOLIC. 
St. Mary's Cathedral. 

Location, northeast corner of California and Dupont 
streets. Most Bev. Joseph 8. Alemany, Archbishop ; 
Very Bev. J. Prendergast, V. G. Pastor; Bev. Hugh 
Lagan, Bev. P. J. Cummins and Bev. J. G. Cottle, 
Assistants ; Bev. J. Flood, Secretary; archiepiscopal 
and pastoral residence, 628 California street, adjoin- 
ing the Cathedral. 

The erection of this structure was commencedon the 
seventeenth of July, 1853. Dedicated December 25, 
1854. 

Attached to the cathedral is a large day school for 
boys. 

Masses: Sundays, at six in Summer, and half-past 
six in Winter, half-past seven, nine, and half-past ten 
o'clock A.M. ; week days, six, half-past six, seven, and 
half-past seven o'clock A.M. ; Vespers, at half-past 
seven o'clock Sunday evenings. 



St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. 

Location, nprthwest corner of Bush and Steiner 
streets. t Served by the Dominican Fathers' connected 
with the Church. 

Attached to the Church are Confraternities of the 
Most Holy Bosary ; Holy Name of Jesus and Angelic 
Warfare, also, a benevolent society. 

Masses Sunday at five, six, seven, eight, nine and 
half-past ten o'clock A.M. Sermon and benediction at 
half past seven P. M. Masses week days every half 
hour from six until eight A. M. 

St. Francis 1 Church. 

Location, north side of Vallejo street, between Du- 
pont and Stockton. Bev. J. F. Harrington, Pastor; 
Bev. James Flood and Bev. — McGinty. Assistants. 
Pastoral residence, NE cor Vallejo and Montgomery Av. 

This church was organized by Very Bev. Anthony 
Langlois, in the Spring of 1849. 

Masses ■ Sundays at a quarter past six, half past 
seven, nine, and half past ten o'clock A. M. Sunday 
School at half past one o'clock P. M. Vespers and 
Benediction on Sundays at half-past seven o'clock P. 
M. Mass on week days at seven and a quarter to eight 
o'clock A. M. 

St. Ignatius' Church. 

Location, north side of Hayes street, west of Van 
Ness avenue. Served by the Fathers of the Society 
of Jesus, connected with St. Ignatius' College. 

Masses : Sundays, at five, forty-five minutes past 
five, half past six, fifteen minutes past seven, eight, 
forty-five minutes past eight, half past nine, and half 
past ten o'clock, A. M. ; Vespers at half past seven 
o'clock P. M. Masses on week days at five, forty-five 
minutes past five, half past six, fifteen minutes past 
seven, and eight o'clock A. M. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

Location, north side of Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Bev. Peter J. Grey, Pastor ; Bev. 
Thomas Larkin, Eev. John J. Sullivan and Bev. John 
Coyle, Assistants. Pastoral residence, 744 Mission 
street. 

Masses : Sundays, at fifteen minutes past six, fifteen 
minutes past seven, eight, nine, and half-past ten 
o'clock A. M. ; during the week, daily, at half -past six 
and half-past seven o'clock A. M. ; Vespers and bene- 
diction of the M. H. S., at half-past seven o'clock P. 
M. A boys' school is held in the basement, at which 
there is an average attendance of nearly four hundred 
pupils. 

Notre Dame des Victoires. 

Location, north side of Bush street, between Dupont 
and Stockton. Eev. Pierre Eobert, Pastor ; residence 
526 Bush street. 

Masses on Sundays at nine, and half past ten o'clock 
A. M. ; Mass on week days at eight o'clock A. M. Ves- 
pers, three o'clock P. M. Catechism, on Sundays, at 
two o'clock P. M., taught in the English and French 
languages, preparatory to communion for children 
from ten years and older. Baptism of infants, one 
o'clock P. M. The course of preparation requires one 
year's attendance at the Sunday School, and time fixed 
for confirmation and communion is the first day of 
May of each year. 

Mission Dolores. 

Location, southwest corner of Sixteenth and Dolores 
streets. Bev. Bichard P. Brennan, Bector ; Bev. Wm. 
Welch, assistant Bector; rectory.adjoining the church. 

The church was dedicated on the ninth of October, 
1776, although projected in 1769, by Father Junipero 
Serra, the Father of the California Mission*. The 
first Friar who had charge was Francisco Palou, who 
was assisted in his labors by Benito Cambon. At the 
organization of this Mission, and for its protection, 
there were fifteen soldiers located at the Presidio, 
under the command of S. Flores. A cemetery is at- 
tached to the church, in which the first interment 
was made in September, 1776. The first Indian con- 
vert was baptized on the twenty-seventh day of De- 
cember, in the same year. In the introductory por- 
tion of the San Francisco Directory for 1862, page 6, 
will be found further details connected with the his- 
tory of this Mission. Attached to this church is a 
large day school. ' 

Masses at half past six, eight, one-quarter to nine. 



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and half past ten o'clock A.M. on Sundays and Festi- 
vals. "Vespers at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

St. Joseph's Church.' 

Location, west side of Tenth street, between Folsom 
and Howard. Rev. H. P. Gallagher, Rector ; Rev. 
J. A. Gallagher, Rev. P. Lynch and Rev. P. Ward, 
Assistants; rectory, adjoining the church. 

This church was opened for divine service on the 
eighth day of December, 1861. 

Services on Sundays and Festival days. Masses; Sun- 
days at six, seyen.eight, nine, and half past ten o'clock 
A.M.; Catechism at nine o'clock A.M., and Vespers at 
seven o'clock P.M. in Winter, and half past 6even in 
Summer. Masses on week days at half past six, seven, 
half past seven, and eight o'clock A.M. 

St. Rose's Church. 

Location, Brannan street, near Fourth. Rev. D. F. 
Nugent, Pastor; Rev. J. F. Nugent, Assistant Pastor ; 
residence, adjoining the church. 

This church, which was instituted as a chapel, and 
served from the various other Roman Catholic 
Churches of the city, has been entirely remodeled and 
rebuilt, and a separate parish constituted for it. It 
was formerly dedicated April 20, 1879. 

Masses are said at eight and half past ten o'clock 
A.M. Sunday School at two o'clock P.M., and Ves- 
pers at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

St. Bridget's Church. 

Location, southwest corner of Broadway street and 
Van Ness avenue. Rev. T. Callaghan, Pastor; Rev. 
J. M. O'Connor, Assistant ; residence, adjoining the 
church. 

This church was completed and services first held 
in February, 1864. 

Masses every Sunday at half past six, eight, and half 
past ten o'clock A.M. and vespers at seven o'clock P. 
M. Catechism for the children at nine o'clock A.M. 
Masses on week days at seven o'clock A.M. 

St. Peter's Church. 

Location, west side of Columbia street, between 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. Rev. P. S. Casey, 
Pastor; Rev. L. Breslin and Rev. Edward Slaven, As- 
sistants; pastoral residence, east side of Alabama 
street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. 

The Academy adjoining the church, under the charge 
of the Sisters of Mercy, accommodates the youth of 
the parish. 

Masses on Sundays at seven, half past eight, and 
half past ten o'clock A.M. Sunday School at twenty 
minutes past nine o'clock A.M. for boys, and one 
o'clock P.M. for girls. 

St. Boniface's Church (German). 

Location, south side of Golden Gate Av, between 
Jones and Leavenworth. Rev. Sebastian Wolf, Pas- 
tor; residence, in rear of the church. 

This church was dedicated June, 1870. Masses on 
Sundays at eight, and half past ten o'clock A.M. and 
Vespers at half past seven o'clock P.M.; week days, 
Mass at half past seven o'clock A.M.; Catechism, Sun- 
days at a quarter to eight o'clock A.M., under the 
charge of the Sisters of St. Dominic. 

Church of the Holy Cross. 

Location, Calvary Cemetery. Rev. Andrew Cullen, 
Pastor ; residence, 1122 Eddy street. Masses on Sun- 
days at' eight o'clock A.M. Sunday School after last 
Mass. 

St. John the Baptist Church 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Oc- 
tavia and Laguna. Rev. A. Cullen, Pastor ; Rev. E. 
Morrissey, Assistant ; pastoral residence, 1122 Eddy 
street. 

Masses Sundays at seven, nine and half past ten 
o'clock A.M. Vespers Sundays, with instructions at 
half past seven o'clock P.M. Sunday School in the 
morning after nine o'clock Mass. 

Distraction for children in Catechism every Satur- 
day morning. 

Yglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. 

Location, north side of Broadway street, between 
Mason and Taylor. Rev. Andres Garriga, Pastor ; Rev. 
Charles Franchi, Assistant; pastoral residence, 908 
Broadway street. 



This church, was organized for the benefit of the 
Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese residents. The first 
services were held on Christmas Day, 1875. 

Services are held in the Spanish language at ten 
o'clock A. M., and in the Italian language at nine 
o'clock A.M., on Sundays and Festival days. Masses at 
seven, nice and half-past ten o'clock A. M. Vespers 
at half-past seven o'clock P. M. Mass on week days 
at seven o'clock A. M. The Sunday School has already 
an attendance of over two hundred scholars ; meets 
at two o'clock P. M. 

Chapels. 

In addition to services held at the different Roman 
Catholic churches throughout the city, religious exer- 
cises take place regularly at the following institu- 
tions : Presentation Convent Chapel, Powell street; 
St. Rose's Convent, corner Steiner and Tyler streets ; 
New Presentation Convent, corner of Taylor and Ellis 
streets ; St. Mary's Hospital Chapel, corner of First 
and Bryant streets ; Magdalen Asylum Chapel, Po- 
trero avenue, near Twenty-first street ; St. Mary's 
College Chapel, San Jose Road; St. Vincent's Orphan 
Asylum, South San Francisco ; Sacred Heart College, 
corner of Larkin and Eddy streets ; St. Brendan 
Chapel, corner of Spear and Market streets, and 
Italian Hospital, Twenty-eighth street, near Noe. 



SWEDENBOKGIAN. 
First New Jerusalem Church. 

Location north side of O'Farrell street, between 
Mason and Taylor. Rev. John Doughty, Pastor ; resi- 
dence, 1508 Leavenworth street. 

This society was organized February 15, 1852. 

Services are held every Sabbath at eleven o'clock A. 
M. Administration of the Sacrament of the Lord's 
Supper at the close of the morning service on the 
first Sundays in January, April, July, and October. 
Sabbath School at half past twelve o'clock P. M. 

New Jerusalem Church. 

Rev. Leonard E. Jordan, Pastor; residence, 212 
Franklin street. 

This society was organized April 3, 1870, with twen- 
ty-eight members. Present membership fifty. 

Services are now held every Sabbath in Druids 
Hall, 430 Sutter 6treet. 



UNITAKIAN. 

First Unitarian Church. 

ocation, south side of Geary street, between Du- 
pont and Stockton. Rev. Horatio Stebbins, Pastor ; 
residence, 831 Bush street. 

This church was organized September 1,1850. 

There is connected with the society an organized 
charity, called The Society for Christian Work. 

Religious services are held on Sunday at eleven 
o'clock A.M. and half past seven o'clock P.M.; all 
seats are free at the' evening services. 

The Sunday School has about four hundred and 
fifty scholars and teachers, and a library of two 
thousand volumes. The Sunday School is held at half 
past nine o'clock A.M. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

The Mariners' Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets. Rev. Joseph Rowell, Pastor ; resid- 
ence, 1416 Sacramento street; Rev. W. D. Bishop, 
Missionary. 

This church was organized with six members, in 
December, 1858, and now numbers two hundred and 
twenty. 

This church finds a wide field for usefulness, in the 
usual church services, a large Bible Class for seamen 
and strangers, a free reading room, monthly meetings 
of the S. F. Marine Temperance Society, several 
Prayer meetings on week-day evenings, preaching on 
the Sabbath, in the English and Swedish languages, 
and personal labor on the Sabbath and during the 
week at the U. S. Marine Hospital, distribution of 
bibles and tracts on shipboard, boarding houses, and 
elsewhere, and missionary labors about the streets, 
wharves and shipping, and on board sea-going vessels, 
It is an undenominational missionary church. 



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There is connected with this church a Bible Class 
and Sabbath School, numbering more than one hun- 
dred teachers and scholars ; meets at half-past nine 
o'clock A.. M. Services every Sabbath at eleven o'clock 
A. M. and three and half-past seven o'clock P. M. 
Prayer meetings every 8unday, Wednesday, and Fri- 
day evenings, at half-past seven o'clock P. M. 

During the year 1860 a society was formed among 
the business men of San Francisco, having for its ob- 
ject the moral improvement of seamen, called the 
San Francisco Port Society. It seeks to attain its ob- 
ject by sustaining the preaching of the gospel, and 
other missionary labors in connection with the 
Mariners' Church. 

Second Advent Christian Church. 

Location, north side of Eddy street, between Taylor 
and Jones, Thomes Howell, Elder ; residence, 20 Oak 
PI, near Mason. 

This Society was organized in 1870. The church 
edifice owned and occupied by the society was erected 
in 1873, at a cost of $3,000. Services are held every 
Sunday at eleven o'clock A. M. Present membership 
about fifty. 

Seventh-Day Adventists. 

Organized, 1871 ; place of worship, Laguna 6treet, 
between Tyler and McAllister; E. C. Israel, Elder; 
residence, Oakland. 

Services every Saturday, at eleven o'clock A. M. 
Sunday School at ten o'clock A. M. 

The Independent German Congregation of 
San Francisco. 

Incorporated July 1, 1870. Lectures by the Speaker, 
Mr. Fred. Schuenemann-Pott, held at 310 O'Farrell 
street, Sundays, at half past ten o'clock A. M. during 
the Winter months, and on Thursdays during the 
Summer. Sunday School at nine o'clock A. M. ; num- 
ber of scholars, one hundred. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-Day Saints (San Francisco 
Branch) . 

Organized 1863. George S. Lincoln, Presiding Eld- 
er. This congregation numbers eighty-six members, 
including five Elders, two Priests, two Teachers, and 
two Deacons. 

Meets every Sunday at half -past two o'clock P.M. 
Saints' meeting and preaching at half-past seven 
o'clock P.M., in Sanders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery 
street. 

Russian Church. 

Place of worship, 1713 Powell. Rev. W. N. West- 
homoff, Arch-priest; residence, 720 Filbert street. 
Rev. J. Herman, Missionary Priest; residence, Com- 
mercial Hotel. 

Services every Sunday at ten o'clock A.M, and Sat- 
urday at six o'clock P.M. 

There is a school in connection with the church 
held every day during the week except Sunday, for 
the instruction of children in religion and preparing 
them for the church. 

San Francisco Spiritualists' Union. 

Organized May 26, 1872. Meets every Sunday at 
Ixora Hall, 737 Mission. Number of members, one 
hundred and fifty. Children's Progressive Lyceum at 
half past ten o'clock A. M. Conference or Lecture at 
two o'clock P. M. Lecture at half past seven o'clock 
P. M. 



SOCIETIES. 

Religious. 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY— PACIFIC AGENCY. 
— Rev. Frederic E. Shearer, Secretary. This society 
was organized in 1825, to diffuse Gospel truth through 
the printed page. Its headquarters are at 150 Nassau 
street, New York. It prints the Gospel in one hun- 
dred and forty-five languages or dialects, publishes 
over thirteen hundred different books, thirty-five hun- 
dred tracts and cards, and seven periodicals. The Pa- 
cific agency was established in December, 1869, and 



employed last year twenty-two colporteurs. Its mis- 
sionary work in this field, with the aid rendered to 
churches and Sunday Schools, was at a cost of $10,000. 
Its depository, at 757 Market street, is also the de- 
pository of the California Bible Society, the American 
Sunday School Union, the Presbyterian Board of Pub- 
lication, and the Congregational Publishing Society. 
Two hundred and ninety-two new publications were 
issued during the past year. 

CALIFORNIA BIBLE SOCIETY— Organized Octo- 
ber 30, 1849. The location of the society's building 
was on Stockton street until the present building on 
Market 6treet was erected, the corner stone of which 
was laid May 2, 1862. The building has two stores on 
the ground floor, one of which is now occupied as the 
depository of the society. The name of the society 
was changed by Act of the Legislature, 1859, from the 
San Francisco Bible Society to its present title. New 
constitution adopted November, 1860. Depository, 
757 Market street. Meetings of the Board of Trustees 
are held by appointment, on the Tuesday after the 
first Sunday of each month. Officers — Annis Merrill, 
President; William Abbott, Secretary; Edward P. 
Flint, Treasurer. 

CHURCH SOCIETY OF ST. FRANCIS PARISH.— 
Organized February, 1874. Number of members, 
twenty-five hundred. Meets monthly at St. Francis' 
Church. 

The object of the society is to promote the spiritual 
and temporal well-being of the parish, and to co- 
operate with the clergy in all matters in which they 
may require the assistance 'of the laity. 

Officers.— My les D. Sweeny, President; Robert J. 
Tobin, Vice-President ; John Mulholland, Secretary; 
Rev. John Harrington, Treasurer. 

LADIES' PASTORAL AID SOCIETY OF TRINITY 
CHURCH.— Organized 1873. Meets every Friday at 
Trinity Church, after morning service. The object of 
the society is to take under its care the destitute and 
friendless within the bounds of Trinity Church parish, 
to find employment for those requiring it, and to pro- 
vide clothing and assistance for such as may be in 
need of it ; to visit and comfort the sick and the 
afflicted ; to endeavor to bring to the church those who 
are neglectful of its services, and particularly the 
poorer and friendless classes; to gather children into 
the Sunday School, and to aid in providing active and 
competent teachers ; in short, to do all in its power, 
under the guidance and direction of the Rector of the 
parish, to advance the interests of the Church of 
Christ, and to extend to those around the privileges 
and blessings of the gospel. Officers — Mrs. H. Wheel- 
er, President ; Mrs. H. W. Beers, Vice President ; 
Mrs. J. B. Moss, Secretary ; Mrs. J. Mathieu, Treas- 
urer. 

OCCIDENTAL BRANCH OF THE WOMAN'S FOR- 
EIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE PRESBY- 
TERIAN CHURCH— Organized March, 1874, and has 
for its especial field of labor the evangelization of 
heathen women on the Pacific Coast. Thirty-one 
auxiliary societies have been formed on the coast, 
seven of which are located in this city. The society 
purchased in June, 1876, the property at 933 Sacra- 
mento street for the purposes of the Mission Home. 
Daily school in English and Chinese is maintained, 
and Chinese women are in cases of persecution 
afforded shelter in the Home. 

Officers. — Mrs. P. D.Browne, President; Mrs. Hen- 
shelwood, Treasurer; Mrs. F. Hiller, Jr., Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. J. H. Condit, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. J. H. Van Slyke, State Secretary. 

PACIFIC PRESBYTERIAN UNION.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 1875. Composed of the clergy and laity of the 
several Presbyterian churches of the City. Objects: 
The advancement of the interests of Presbyterianism 
upon the Pacific Coast, mission work and evangeliza- 
tion. 

The Union meets on the second Monday of each 
month at the different churches. The Board of Di- 
rectors meet on the first Monday of each month. 

Sabbath Schools are maintained by the Union every 
Sunday afternoon at 56 First street, and corner Steiner 
and Geary streets, under charge of J. E. Bidwell and 
A. L. Taylor, respectively. 

Officers.— Edward Kerr, President ; George M. Ed- 
munds, Vice-President; James A. Kennedy, secretary; 



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SAN FRANCISCO PORT SOCIETY. — Organized 
March, 1860. Objects: The moral improvement of 
seamen and others connected with the sea, in this 
port, by aiding the American Seaman's Friend Society 
of New York, in sustaining the Mariners' Church of 
San Francisco, and in such enterprises connected 
therewith as the society may approve. Any person 
may become a member by paying $5 a year, or a life 
member by the payment at one time of $50. 

In 1866 they erected a fine house of worship for the 
seamen of this port, on the corner of Sacramento and 
Drumm streets, at a cost, for lot and house, of more 
than $20,000, which was contributed for the purpose 
by citizens of San Francisco and others. 

Officers. — Oliver Eldridge, President ; Henry P. 
Blanchard, Vice-President ; J. Rowell, Secretary ; Rob- 
ert Balfour, Treaurer ; Ira P. Rankin, J. T. Dean, I. W. 
Raymond, Charles Goodall, Robert Balfour, David 
Meeker, Henry Chester, and J. Rowell, Trustees. 

SODALITY OF THE B. V. M.— Organized Decem- 
ber, 1861. Organizations of the above sodalities have 
existed for the past two hundred years. This sodality 
was founded in this city by the Rev. J. M. C. Buchard, 
S. J., having for its object the moral and religious im- 
provement of its members. The society is governed 
by a Prefect and two assistants, together with a Sec- 
retary, Treasurer, and a council of twelve members 
elected annually. Its present spiritual Director is 
Rev. Joseph M. Neri, S. J. It has a library of over 
three thousand volumes, which is open every Sunday 
at half past two o'clock P. M., and Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday at half past seven o'clock P. M., to 
members of the Sodality and subscribers paying a 
small monthly fee. Gentlemen's Sodality meetings 
held every Sunday morning, at a quarter to eight, in 
their chapel, basement of St. Ignatius Church, on 
Hayes street, west of Van Ness avenue. Number of 
members about six hundred. 

Ladies' Sodality of the B.V. M. meets every Sunday 
at half past two o'clock P. M. Number of members, 
two hundred aud fifty. Volumes in library, about fif- 
teen hundred. Present Director Rev. A. Maraschi, 
S.J. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated September 13, 1853. The objects of this 
association are: 

1st. The improvement of the physical, mental, 
and spiritual condition of its members, the develop- 
ment of their charity and zeal, and the extension of 
the Christian religion, especially to such as are not 
in the habit of attending public worship in the 
churches. 

2d. To unite the members, particularly the young 
men of the various churches and congregations of 
this city, in such works of charity as are not specially 
provided for by the churches themselves. 

For the attainment of these objects, there is pro- 
vided and maintained: A library and bath rooms, free 
to all members of this association. A reading room, 
well supplied with current literature, daily, weekly, 
pictorial, secular, and religious papers, free to all 
such as conform to the rules and regulations issued 
by the Board of Managers from time to time. The 
library contains upward of four thousand volumes. 
There is also a gymnasium connected with the insti- 
tution. 

A Prayer Meeting, to which all are invited, is held 
at the rooms every Saturday evening, from eight to 
nine o'clock ; also a Daily Prayer Meeting, from quar- 
ter past twelve o'clock to one o'clock P.M. Bible 
Class, on Monday evenings at half past seven o'clock. 
Services in the large hall of the association every 
Sunday at three o'clock P.M. 

Services are also held under the auspices of the 
association in the various prisons of the city, as well 
as frequently in the open air at various localities. 

The association has a large and handsome building 
on Sutter street, between Kearny and Dupont. The 
free reading rooms are open every day from eight 
o'clock A.M. to half past nine o'clock P.M. 

Officers. — R. B. Forman, President ; J. J. Valentine, 
Secretary ; Prentiss Selby, Treasurer ; L. B. Benchley, 
Librarian. Directors— Prentiss Selby, Alexander Gu- 
thrie, W. B. Parsons, John W. Butler. Trustees — 
General John F. Miller, Prentiss Selby, John J. Val- 
entine, R. B. Forman, A.B.Forbes, Nathanie^ Gray, 



George W. Glbbs, L. B. Benchley, H. W. Severance, 
W. B. Parsons, J. R. Sims. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (Chi- 
nese) . — Location of rooms, northeast corner of Sacra- 
mento and Stockton streets. Open every day until half 
past nine o'clock P.M. The association is under the 
charge of Rev. A.W. Loomis, D. D., who gives instruc- 
tion in the English language, and has charge of the 
library. Preaching in Chinese on Sundays at eleven 
o'clock A.M. and at half past seven o'clock P.M., and 
on Saturdays at half past seven o'clock P.M. 

Officers.— Fong Noy, President ; Yong Lee, Secre- 
tary. 

YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized October 14, 1877. The objects of the association 
are: 

1st. The improvement of the mental, moral, and 
social condition of its members. 

2d. The protection of Hebrew interests. 

The association at present numbers one hundred 
members, and meets monthly at their rooms 211 
Sutter street. 

Officers. — Max Popper, President; Jacob Steppa- 
cher, Vice-President ; M. L. Tichner, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Dr.- S. S. Kahn, Financial Secretary ; Eugene 
S. Davis, Treasurer ; A. W. Myer, Charles Schilling, 
Herman Enkle, Hugo Muhlendorf and S. Bachrach, 
Meyer Jacobs, E. B. Marx, M. A. Dreyfuss and Max 
Warschauer, Directors. 

YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized September 9, 1877. Incorporated February 
1, 1878. Number of members, about one hundred and 
eighty. The objects of the association includes the 
establishment of an industrial department for desti- 
tute women, a reading room and library for women 
and girls, the furnishing of advice, sympathy, tempo- 
ral aid and encouragement to friendless and homeless 
young women arriving or residing in the city, and the 
extension of moral and religious surroundings to all 
families needing such ministrations. 

The rooms of the association are located at 314 Sut- 
ter street, and consist of library, reading and sewing- 
rooms. The library contains over one thousand vol- 
umes of well selected literature, and the reading room 
is copiously supplied with the choicest periodicals. 
The annual meeting is held in February of each year. 

Officers.— Mrs. P. D. Browne, President ; Mrs. Dr. F. 
Hiller, Jr., Secretary ; Mrs. Fisher Ames, Correspond- 
ing Secretary ; Mrs. J. D. Ijams, Treasurer; Mrs. H. 
P. Riiklge, Superintendent and Librarian. 



Benevolent. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.— Ob 
ject: Mutual benefit to members of the order. 

Organized 1867. Number of members in San Fran- 
cisco, about thirty-five hundred. 

Worthy Grand Lodge.— Meets annually at 713 Mis- 
sion street, San Francisco, first Monday in December. 

Officers.— Nathaniel Curry, Grand Master; John D. 
Coulie, Grand Secretary. Office, 213 Fremont street. 

Four Subordinate Lodges have been organized in 
this city, viz : 

California Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every Monday 
evening at 997 Market street. 

Yebba Bcena Lodge, No. 2. — Meets every Friday 
evening at 713 Mission street. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 5.— Meets every Friday evening 
at Champion Hall, Potrero. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 6.— Meets every Tuesday eve- 
ning at 997 Market street. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORRESTERS.— The objects 
of this order are to aid the sick members, give relief 
to their widows and orphans, to find employment for 
the unemployed, and all other benevolent purposes. 
This order has been in existence from time immemo- 
rial, and its Courts are to be found in almost every 
civilized country. California District, organized 
December, 1879. Fred C. Hensley, D. C. R.; John B. 
Tuugate, S. D. OR.; H. Thatcher, D. Treasurer; F. 
E. Haskell, acting D. Secretary. Eleven Courts have 
been organized in this city, viz : 



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Coubt Kobin Hood, Ko. 5931. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at Druid's Hall, 413 
8utter street. 

Cottbt Eubeka, No. 6146. — Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month at Bed Men's Hall, 510 Bash 
street. 

Coubt Auboba, No. 6450.— Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Bed Men's Hall, 320 
Post 

Court Amebica, No. 6454. — Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Champion Hall, Potraro. 

Coubt California, No. 6671. — Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at May berry Hall, 2417 Mis- 
sion street. 

Coubt Invincible, No. 6672. — Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month at Masonic Hall, Oakland. 

Coubt Occidental, No. 6676.— Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at Shiels' Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Golden Gate, No. 6681. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at Shiels' Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Coubt San Fbancisco, No. 6744.— Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month at Young Men's Hall, 
927 Pacific street. 

Coubt Pride of Califobnia, No. 1 (Juvenile 
Branch) . — Meets second and fourth Mondays of 
each month at Huddy's Hall, 909 y z Market street. 

Court Young America, No. 2 (Juvenile Branch). — 
Meets first and third Saturdays of each month at 
Champion Hall, Potrero. 

ANCIENT OBDER OF HIBERNIANS.— Organized 
March 29, 1869. Headquarters Hibernia Hall. The 
Board of Directors, composed of all the Division 
Officers in the county, meets on the 20th of each 
month. 

State Officers.— John Payne, Gilroy, State Delegate; 
J. J. McCallom, State Secretary ; Edward Fitzpatrick, 
State Treasurer. 

Patrick Harrington, County Delegate; J. H. Gilmore. 
County Secretary ; Chris O'Connor, County Treasurer. 

Ten Divisions have been organized in this city, 
•viz: 

Division No. 1. — Meets second Friday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall, 246 Third street. 

Division No. 2. — Meets first Friday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall, 246 Third street. 

Division No. 3. — Meets third Tuesday of each 
month at Charter Oak Hall, 771 Market street. 

Division No. 4. — Meets second Wednesday of each 
month at Irish- American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 5. — Meets first Wednesday of each 
month at Humboldt Hall, corner of Mission and 
Erie streets. 

Division No. 6.— Meets second Friday of each 
month at Irish- American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Division No. 7. — Meets second Tuesday of each 
month at Charter Oak Hall. 

Division No. 8. — Meets first Tuesday of each month 
at St. Joseph's Hall, west side of Tenth street, be- 
tween Howard and Folsom. 

Division No. 9. — Meets first Thursday of each 
month at Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard street. 
. Division No. 10.— Meets first Friday of each 
month at Charter Oak Hall, 771 Market street. 

ANCIENT OBDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.— 
This Order, which was first organized in the State by 
the institution of California Lodge No. 1 at West 
Oakland, August 21, 1875, has grown rapidly, until 
now it has assumed proportions, in respect to num- 
bers and organization, which places it in the front 
rank among our many secret benevolent orders. Over 
| one hundred and sixty Lodges have been formed in 
the State, with an aggregate membership of nine 
thousand. 

The Gband Lodge of California. — Organized 
1877. Meets in San Francisco. 

Officers.— C. W. Taylor, P. G. M. W. ; W. H. Barnes, 
G. M. W. ; William H. Beatty, G. F. ; J. T. Rogers, G. 
O. ; H. G. Pratt. G. Recorder; C. H. Haile, G. Re- 
ceiver ; Eugene J. Gregory, G. G. ; William Wiltse, 
Jr., G. W.; J. W. Kinsley, Grand Lecturer. 



Nineteen Lodges have been instituted in this city, 
viz: 

San Francisco Lodge No. 4.— Meets every Wednes- 
day at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 8. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Habmony Lodge No. 9. — Meets every Saturday at 
913 Market street. 

Yebba Buena Lodge No. 14. — Meets every Friday 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bebnal Lodge No. 19.— Meets every Tuesday at 
corner of Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Unity Lodge No. 27. — Meets every Tuesday at B'nai 
B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Valley Lodge No. 30. — Meets every Wednesday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Spabtan Lodge No. 36.— Meets every Thursday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Myrtle Lodge No. 42.— Meets every Saturday at 
913 Market street. 

Washington Lodge No. 60. — Meets every Thurs- 
day at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Bubns' Lodge No. 68. — Meets every Thursday at 
913 Market street. 

St. John's Lodge No. 73. — Meets every Saturday 
at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 41.— Meets every Monday at 
121 Eddy street. 

Franklin Lodge No. 44.— Meets every Friday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Heecules Lodge No. 53. — Meets every Friday at 
Hamilton Hall, southwest corner Geary and Steiner 
streets. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 126. — Meets every Thursday 
at Mayberry Hall, 2417 Mission street. 

Olympic Lodge No. 127.— Meets eyery Tuesday at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 136.— Meets every Wednesday 
at 318 Post street. 

Bay View Lodge No. 159.— Meets every Friday at 
corner Railroad and Seventeenth avenues, South San 
Francisco. 

AUSTRIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized 
September 24, 1870. Number of members, two hundred 
and twenty. Meets at 771 Market street, on the first 
and third Thursdays of each month. Object— To as- 
sist needy members in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers.— Ferdinand Koenig, President; N. Bollin- 
ger, Recording Secretary; F. Kronenberg, Treasurer; 
H. Heinz, Financial Secretary. t. . v. i -flj 

BENEVOLENT AND PBOTECTIVE ORDER OF 
ELKS.— Organized April 11, 1876. John Harnev, Dis- 
trict Deputy and Grand E. R. 

San Francisco Lodge, No 3.— Meets every Sunday 
afternoon at Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush street. Num- 
ber of members one hundred. 

Officers.— George Bell, E. R. ; W. C. Dudley, E. L. K.; 
J. Wilson, E. L. K.; George Lynn, E. L. K.; J. J. 
Elms, Secretary; J. C. Combes, Treasurer. 

California Lodge, No. 12.— Organized March 9, 
1879. Number of members, fifty. Meets every Sun- 
day at Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush street. 

Officers.— A. M. Blade, E. R.; Edward Warner, Sec- 
retary ; Alfred Perrier, Treasurer. 

B'NAI B'RITH— Distbict Grand Lodge, No. 4.— 
Meets every fourth Sunday in January, at B'nai B'rith' 
Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Officers.— J. Cerf, President ; S. Hirschberg, First 
Vice-President ; I. J. Asheim, Second Vice-President ; 
Luis Blank, Secretary; M. Kalmuck, Treasurer; L. 
Lipman, Guard ; Leo Mayer, Messenger. 

Eight lodges have been organized in this city, all of 
which meet in the B'nai B'rith Building upon the 
following evenings, viz: 

Ophtr Lodge, No. 21.— Meets every Wednesday. 

Unity Lodge, No. 273.— Meets every Monday. 

Modin Lodge. No. 42.— Meets every Tuesday. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 48.— Meets every Wednesday. 

Montefiobe Lodge, No. 51.— Meets every Sunday. 

Columbia Lodge, No. 127.— Meets every Monday. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIEECTORY. 



Golden Gate Lodge, No. 129.— Meets every Wed- 
nesday. 

Caltfobnia Lodge,. No. 163.— Meets every Thurs- 
day. 

Cbemxeux Lodge, No. 325. — Meets every Monday. 

B'nai B'eith Hall Association. — Incorporated 
April 9, 1878, for the purpose of building and main- 
taining a suitable structure for the accommodation of 
the order. Under its auspices a magnificent new four 
story hall building has been erected upon Eddy street, 
between Mason and Taylor, at a cost of, including the 
lot, $75,000. Grand dancing hall with stage arrange- 
ment, with perfect dining-room accomodation. The 
furnishing involved an additional outlay of $15,000. 
Six capacious halls are contained within the building, 
besides a library and reading room. The library con- 
tains about three thousand volumes. 

Officers. — A. Newman, President ; Emil Gunzber- 
ger, Vice-President; J. Levison, Secretary; J.Sam- 
uels, Treasurer ; Jacob Gans, Librarian. 

BOYS AND GIBLS' AID SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
September 15, 1874. Objects: To improve the condi- 
tion and promote usefulness of neglected and friend- 
less boys and girls of San Francisco, by furnishing 
them with free baths, lodgings, library, reading 
rooms, sewing school, gymnasium, music, lectures, 
etc. ; by caring for them in sickness, and, in general, 
shielding them from temptation, deception, want and 
distress. This work is sustained wholly by private 
subscriptions. Office and Booms, No. 68 Clementina 
street. 

Officers. — Andrew McF. Davis, President ; James S. 
Bunnell, Secretary ; Dudley C. Bates, Treasurer ; J. 
H. Baker, Superintendent. 

BBITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CALIFOR- 
NIA. — Rooms, 531 California street. 

This society was organized in 1865, for the purpose 
of affording relief to sick and destitute members and 
persons who were subjects of Great Britain at the 
time of their birth, and of promoting the social and 
intellectual improvement of its members. Between 
twelve and thirteen hundred members have been ad- 
mitted to membership, and there are now some two 
hundred and fifty paying members, including thir- 
teen life members, cm the rolls. In May, 1867, the 
association was completely reorganized and incorpo- 
rated, and a constitution adopted, containing several 
admirable features, and, among others, provisions for 
free lectures, debates, and social concerts. From the 
time of its formation the affairs of the society have 
been carefully and judiciously managed, and its char- 
ity dispensed with prudent liberality. It has uniform- 
ly co-operated with the San Francisco Benevolent As- 
sociation, St. Andrew's Society, and other societies, 
and through its agency their burden has been greatly 
lightened ; many hundreds of sick and destitute men, 
women, and children effectively relieved, and a large 
number provided with employment. The relief given 
is, for the most part, temporary. The Board of Re- 
lief is in attendance daily from ten o'clock A.M. to 
one o'clock P.M. The regular meeting is held on the 
first Wednesday of each month, at seven and a half 
o'clock P.M. 

Officers. — William Lane Booker, H. B. M. Consul, 
President ; Henry Austin, M. D., First Vice-Presi- 
dent ; S. L. Jones, Second Vice-President ; H. A. Fox, 
Treasurer ; J. P. McCurrie, Secretary ; C. Pace, C. 
Hopps, W. J. Crozier, R. J. Creighton, George Naun- 
ton, William A. Spence, D. B. Brown, Board of Di- 
rectors ; D. B. Brown, H. H. Wilson, E. Blakely, W. 
A. Spence, W. C. Lyons, James Sennett, W. N. C. Hin- 
ton, Board of Relief ; R. L. Pinching, M. D., A. Rat- 
ray, M. D., G. B. McLoy, M. D., Board of Physicians ; 
W. Pickering, J. Calvert, D. Macdonald, W. M. Sear- 
by, Druggists. 

CALLFORNLA PRISON COMMISSION.— Organized 
November 27, 1865. 

The objects of this association are the ameliora- 
tion of the condition of prisoners, the improve- 
ment of prisons and prison discipline, and the aid 
and encouragement of discharged prisoners in their 
efforts to regain their forfeited positions and secure 
forthemselvCS-aohonest livelihood. 

Officers. — Ira PTH^nkin, President ; Henry Gibbons, 
M. D., Vice-President>ftev. James Woodworth, Sec- 
retary and General Agentpi^athaniel Gray, Treasurer. 



CALIFORNIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION 
OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN.— Incorporated Sep- 
tember 2, 1876. Number of members, two hundred 
and three. 

Objects ; To provide ways and means to secure the 
enforcement of an Act for the prevention of cruelty 
to children, and to labor in the education of a public 
sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward chil- 
dren. Office. 614 Merchant street, room 23. 

Officers. — Joseph W. Winans, President; R. H. Mc- 
Donald, Treasurer ; Nathaniel Hunter, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA STATE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL.— Lo- 
cation corner of Howard and Twelfth streets. Inau- 
gurated May, 1867. Organized May, 1868. Incorpo- 
rated January, 1873. 

This hospital is specially devoted to the treatment 
of diseases peculiar to women, and only such cases 
are admitted. It is open to all irrespective of creed 
or nationality, and offers the comforts of a home in 
addition to surgical and medical treatment. The Wo- 
men's Hospital exists as a purely medical charity, 
and gives relief to two classes of patients: 1st. To 
those who are destitute and unable to pay anything. 
2d. Those whose means are too limited to enable 
them to pay for private medical attendance, by pay- 
ment of a moderate sum for board, receive medical 
attendance, medicine and nursing without charge. 
The surgeon in chief receives no remuneration for 
his services. Out patients treated gratuitously by 
the House Physician. Application for admission 
must be made to the Lady Managers, the Matron at 
the Hospital, or to Dr. John Scott, 816 Sutter 6treet. 

Oflicers.— E. P. Murphy, President ; J. R. Bolton, 
Vice-President ; Samuel O. Hunt, Secretary and Treas- 
urer ; John Scott, M. D., F. R. C. S., Surgeon in Chief ; 
Chas. E. Blake, M. D., House Physician ; Mrs. Helen 
J. Hollingsworth, Matron ; Mrs. B. B. Redding, Mrs. 
D. F. Neal, Mrs. W. M. Searby, Lady Managers. 

CAMBRIAN MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Incorporated September 3, 1869. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and ten. Me«ts second 
Monday of each month at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mis- 
sion street. Object: To assist its members in case 
of sickness or want. 

Officers. — Samuel Williams, President ; Thomas 
Price, first Vice President ; W. A. Jones, Second Vice 
President; S. L. Jones, Treasurer; Johu Edwards, 
Corresponding and Financial Secretary: Joseph A. 
Davis, Recording Secretary ; J. T. Evans, Owen Jones, 
D. J. Lewis, Evan Watts, L. J. Llewellyn, J. L. Dan- 
iels and Charles R. Jones, Board of Directors. 

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION.— Organized March 5, 
1877. Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each 
month, at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Num- 
ber of members, two hundred and thirty-seven. Ob- 
jects: The promotion of more friendly intercourse 
among Canadians on this coast, for mutual assistance 
in securing employment for those in search of such, 
and for benevolent purposes. 

Officers. — Daniel McLoud, President: Charles E. 
Hunt, First Vice-President ; James Harris, Second 
Vice-President ; R. S. Falconer. Treasurer ; W. B. 
Blair, Recording Secretary ; W. G. Buchanan, Finan- 
cial Secretary ; W. McCormick, Marshal. 

CELTIC PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY— Organized August 23, 1873. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and seventy-five. Meets every 
third Wednesday evening of each month at Irish- 
American Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Objects : To extend aid and assistance to members 
in case of sickness or accident, to bury the dead, to 
afford mutual protection in business, and to elevate 
the character of its members. 

Officers. — John A. Donegan, President ; T. Galvin, 
Vice-President ; John Dee, Recording Secretary! Geo. 
Williams, Financial Secretary ; P. Kehoe, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA ACHIM RACHMONIM ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized October 26, 1862. Meetings held the fourth 
Sunday of each month at I. O. Red Men's Hall, 510 
Bush street. Number of members, one hundred and 
twenty-five. 

Their object is to relieve and care for the sick, in- 
firm, and disabled members of the society, etc. The 
funds and property of the society constitute a Charity 
Fund. 

Officers. — L. Solomon, President ; I. Bear, Vice-Pres- 



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ident; Charles Gros6licht, Secretary; J. L. Franklin, 
Treasurer. 

CHEBRA BENAI YISRAEL SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized September, 1861. Incorporated May, 1868. Meet- 
ings held the third Sunday of each month at B'nai 
B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Number of members, 
one hundred and forty. 

Object : To afford relief to its members in case of 
sickness or distress. 

Officers. — Joseph Henry, President : A. Bernstein, 
Recording Secretary ; M. Livingston, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA BIKTTR CHOLIM UKEDISHA SOCIETY— 
Organized February, 1857. Meetings held the second 
Sunday of each month at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 
Eddy street. The object of this society is to aid its 
members in case of sickness or distress. 

Officers. — J. Hyman, President; S. Henry, Vice- 
President; W. Myer, Secretary; W. Geist, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA B'RITH SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 8, 1860. Meetings held the first Sunday of each 
month at I. O. Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush street. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and thirty-five. The 
object of this society is to aid its members in case of 
sickness or distress. 

Officers. — S. Patek, President; L. Licht, Secre- 
tary; A. P. Craner, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHAVAI SHALOM SOCIETY.— Organized 
July 26, 1874. Meetings held the second Sunday of 
each month, at B'nai Brith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 
Number of members, ninety. 

Officers. — Levi Raphael, President; J. Israelsky, Sec- 
retary; W. Davis, Treasurer; L. Friedlander, S. 
Jacob, J. Simeon and M. Levy, Trustees. 

CHEBRA OHOBATH ZION SOCIETY- Incorporated 
October 7, 1870. Meetings held the third Sunday of 
each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Ob- 
ject: Mutual relief of its members. 

Officers. — A. Lipman, President • I. Roth, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Jacob Gans, Secretary; D. Davis, Treasurer. 

EUREKA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. — Organized 
October, 1850, to assist poor and needy Hebrews in 
want or sickness. Number of members, five hundred 
and forty-three, who pay one dollar each per month, 
besides an additional sum of twenty-five cents, for the 
support of widows and orphans. The society has a 
fund on interest. Office, 414 Clay street. 

Officers. — N. Sheeline, President; Henry Epstein, 
Vice-President; Leo Eloesser, Secretary ; Aaron Cahn, 
Treasurer. . 

EXEMPT FIRE COMPANY. — Organized Decem- 
ber 8, 1862, in pursuance of an Act of the Leg- 
islature, approved March 26, 1857, which pro- 
vides that Exempt Members of the Department 
may organize themselves to be known and des- 
ignated as the "Exempt Fire Company," and 
for the purpose of associating themselves together 
for mutual benefit and assistance, and for the 
more especial object of receiving and administering 
the "Fire Department Charitable Fund," from which 
they are entitled by law to relief. Reorganized April 
15, 1872, under a supplementary Act of the Legislature, 
approved March 14, 1872. Meetings of the company 
are held on the third Monday of each month, at, their 
hall on Brenham Place. 

Officers.— Martin Bulger, President ' r Garratt Hop- 
per and John L. Durkee, Vice-Presidents ; George W. 
Corbell, Secretary ; A. Wason, Treasurer. 

FIREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized 1868. Reorganized May 7, 1874. It 
includes all the officers and members of the Paid Fire 
Department, and has for its object- the 
creation and maintenance of a fund for benev- 
olent purposes in their behalf. An assess- 
ment of one dollar per month is made on all mem- 
bers, and benefits to the amount of ten dollars per 
week are paid members during sickness. Special as- 
sessments of one dollar on all members is also made 
' upon the death of a member, the amount realized be- 
ing applied first to funeral expenses, the residue go- 
ing to the heirs of deceased. 

Officers — Gordon E. Sloss, President: A. C. Imbrie, 
Secretary; Gus. Reis, Treasurer; Gus. Reis, Ed. Fla- 
herty, Ed. B. Cotter, Frank G. Edwards, and David 
Bcannell, Trustees. 



FIRST HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized in 1849, to assist needy Hebrews in sickness 
and in want. Reorganized 1853. Lncorporated 1862. 
Number of members, three hundred. Office of Secre- 
tary, cor Post and Taylor streets. 

Officers — C. Meyer, President; L. Brown, Vice-Pres- 
ident; L. Meyerstein, Treasurer; Isaiah Cohn, Sec- 
retary; L. Schilling, Israel Solomon, M. Wurkheim, 
J. Newman, A. P. Craner, Trustees; Philip Born, Col- 
lector. 

FIRST HEBREW LADIES' MUTUAL BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION.— Organized Januasy 10, 1864. Meet- 
ings hild second Sunday of each month, at B'nai 
B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. Number of members, 
one hundred and sixteen. The object of this associa- 
tion is to establish an institution for mutual assist- 
ance to ladies of the Hebrew faith who may become 
members of the society; to furnish a physician and 
medicine, a weekly benefit to sick members, and, on 
death of a member, to defray the funeral expenses. 

Officers. — L. Solomon, President; J. Newman, Vice- 
President; Louis Licht, Secretary; D. Levy, Treasurer. 

FRENCH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (8o- 
ciete Francaise de Bienfaisance Mutuelle.) — Estab- 
lished December 28, 1851. This is a Mutual Relief 
Society, established for the purpose of affording as- 
sistance to its members in case of sickness. The 
rooms of the society are located at 510 Jackson street. 
The commodious hospital on Bryant street, between 
Fifth and Sixth, forms a very important addition to 
the charitable institutions of the city. The Central 
Pharmacy of the Society is open every day (Sundays 
excepted), between one and five o'clock P. M., at 510 
Jackson street. 

Officers.— H. Barroilhet, President; A. Schroder, 
First Vice-President ; R. Roy, Treasurer ; G. Wolff, 
First Secretary ; X. Mefret, Second Secretary ; F. 
Bazan, M. D. ; A. St. Paul, M. D. ; Bernard Hoflstet- 
ter, M. D., Physicians ; N. J. Martinache, M.D., Ocu- 
list ; Charles Borquin, Dentist. 

GAMBRINUS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION (Ger- 
man) . — Organized May 19, 1877. Number of members, 
ninety-four. Object: To aid its members and their 
families in case of sickness and distress. Meets every 
other Saturday evening, at 510 Bush street. 

Officers. — John Hagler, President ; Gottleib Parch, 
Vice-President ; A. Mauser, Treasurer ; H. W. Wie- 
land, Secretary. 

GERMAN GENERAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF 
SAN FRANCISCO (styled in German, Die Allgemeine 
Deutsche Understuetzungs Gesellschaft) . — Is one of 
the largest and most efficient charitable institutions 
in the State. It was organized on the seventh of 
January, 1854, with one hundred and five members, 
and has rapidly increased, until now it numbers two 
thousand four hundred and thirty-three city mem- 
bers. 

Only Germans and persons speaking German are 
admitted to membership. The chief purpose of the 
association is mutual assistance in case of sickness, 
and when sick every member has a right to demand 
support and medical attendance from the society. 
The society has a second purpose of doing charity to 
Germans not members of the association, and especi- 
ally to German immigrants newly arrived. For this 
purpose the society has expended during its existence 
about $300,000. The hospital of the society, located 
on the block bounded by Fourteenth, Ridley, Noe 
and Castro streets, is built after the most improved 
plans of modern hospital architecture, and has ac- 
commodations for three hundred patients. It was 
formally opened February 22, 1878, and replaces the 
loss of their old hospital on Brannan street, which 
was burned August 28, 1876. 

The office is at 535 California street, where the prin- 
cipal agent, Eugene Roemer, can be found from eight 
o'clock A. M. to five o'clock P. M., on week days. All 
applications for admission into the society, or for 
charitable relief, and to furnish employment or ser- 
vants to applicants, should be addressed to the.agent. 
No charge for application. 

Officers. — Julius Bandmann, President ; Hugo Her- 
zer, First Vice President ; Theodore Wagner, Second 
Vice President; Martin F. Philip, Treasurer; Ad. 
Schmidt, Corresponding Secretary ; Cfesar Berthaau, 
Recording Secretary ; Directors, H. J. Brandt, Henry 
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GERMAN LADIES' GENERAL BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized 1870. Object : To aid the poor 
and distressed German women of San Francisco. 
Number of members two hundred and fifty. Meets 
every Thursday at Dashaway Hall. 

Officers. — Mrs. Fred. Hess, President ; Mrs. J. Men- 
tel, Vice-President ; Mrs. Muser, Secretary ; Mrs. 
William Hesse, Treasurer. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC— Organized 
January, 1867. 

This is an organization of honorably discharged 
soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Army and Navy 
of the United States, who served to suppress the late 
rebellion, and whose objects are to perpetuate a fra- 
ternal feeling among its members, to aid and assist 
those in distress, and provide for the widows and 
orphans of their deceased comrades. 

Officers of Department of California. — Commander, 
C. Mason Kinne, San Francisco ; S. V. Commander, 
W. F. Ellis, San Jose ; J. V. Commander, J. M. Davis, 
Oakland ; A. A. General, W. A. Robinson, San Fran- 
cisco ; A. Q. M. General, O. B. Culver, San Francisco ; 
Inspector, J. W. Staples, San Francisco ; Judge Advo- 
cate, H. J. McJunkin, San Francisco; Chief Muster- 
ing Officer, C. N. Harris, Carson City, Nev. ; Medical 
Director, L. L. Dorr, M. D., San Francisco ; Chaplain, 
Rev. T. K. Noble, San Francisco. 

Council of Administration. — G. W. Irelan, Lincoln 
Post, No. 1, San Francisco ; G. L. Harris, George H. 
Thomas Post, No. 2, San Francisco ; L. Tozer, Sum- 
ner Post, No. 3, Sacramento ; A. G. Bennett, Phil. 
Sheridan Post, No. 7, San Jos6 ; 0. P. Yates, George 
Wright Post, No. 1, Portland, Or. 

Lincoln Post, No. 1.— Organized May27, 1867. J. C. 
Sargent, Commander. Meets at eight o'clock P. M. 
every Thursday, at the Grand Army Hall, 71 New 
Montgomery street. 

George H. Thomas Post No. 2. — N. H. Holmes, 
Commander. Meets at 8 o'clock P. M., at Druid's 
Hall, 413 Sutter street, on first and third Tuesday 
evenings of each month. 

Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery Associa- 
tion. — Incorporated January 28, 1870. Meets at Grand 
Army Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. 

Officers. — Nathaniel Hunter, President; (Vacant), 
Vice-President; S. P. Ford, Secretary ; C. Mason 
Kinne, Treasurer. 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEMALES.— Or- 
ganized May, 1872, under the auspices of the Sisters of 
Mercy. 

A home, built of wood, three stories in hight, has 
been erected on Rincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital, which at present contains about ninety in- 
mates. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.— Office Great 
Chief of Records, 8.W. cor California and Montgom- 
ery streets. 

Great Chiefs, 1880-81.— Eugene Lehe, Stockton, 
Great Sachem ; J. A. Filcher, Auburn, G. S. Saga- 
more ; J. F. Pinkham, West Oakland, G. J. Sagamore ; 
Henry A. Chase, San Francisco, G. Prophet ; H. S. 
Winn, San Francisco, G. C. of Records ; Adam Smith, 
San Francisco, G. K. of W. ; Grove L. Johnson, Sac- 
ramento, Great Rep. G. C. U. S. ; Adam Smith, San 
Francisco, Great Rep. G. C. U. S. ; George W. Whit- 
lock, San Francisco, Great Sannap ; Chas. E. Spencer, 
Sacramento, G. Mishinewa ; G. S. Farley, North 
Bloomfield, G. G. of Wigwam ; J. H. Josselyn, San 
Francisco, G. G. of Forest. 

Number of tribes in the State, twenty-nine. The fol- 
lowing meet in San Francisco, at Red Men's Hall, 320 
Post street: 

Hiawatha, No. 3. — Meets every Monday evening. 

Manzanita, No. 4. — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing. 

Iritaba, No. 6. — Meets every alternate Thursday 
evening. 

Miantonomah, No. 9. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing. 

Pohonachee, No. 10. — Meets every Monday evening. 

Pocahontas, No. 11. — Meets every Friday evening. 

Sotoyome, No. 12. — Meets every alternate Thursday 
evening. 

Tuscarora, No. 36. — Meet6 every Wednesday even- 
ing. 



Tahoe Degree Council, No. 1.— Meets first and 
third Sundays. 

Lmproved Order Red Men's Hall Association. — 
Meets at the Hall, 320 Post street. 

Improved Order of Red Men's Library Associa- 
tion. — Meets at the Hall, 320 Post street. 

INDEPENDENT FREE SONS OF ISRAEL.— Organ- 
ized in San Francisco, April, 1878. Number of mem- 
bers about one hundred. 

Pioneer Lodge, No. 87. — Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of every month, at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 
Eddy street. 

Officers. — Joseph Rothschild, President; A. Gold- 
smith, Recording Secretary ; L. A. Morgenstern, 
Treasurer. 

Concordia Lodge No. 101. — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at B'nai Brith 
Building, 121 Eddy Street. M. 8. Myer, President ; 
S. Regensburger, Secretary, Charles Brown. Treasurer. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN (Exclusive 
German Order) . — The Gross Stamm of California 
meets annually the last Monday in July. Address, 510 
Bush street. 

Officers.— P. Frank, Grand O. Ch. ; J. Falkenstein, 
Grand U. Ch. ; J. Rumetsch, Grand B. Ch.; D. H. 
Bockmann, Grand Pr. ; Samuel Polack, Grand Secre- 
tary ; J. Gutberlet, Grand Treasurer. 

The following subordinate Stamms meet at the 
Hall, 510 Bush street, at half past seven o'clock P.M. 
in Winter and eight o'clock P. M. in Summer: 

California Stamm, No. 70. — Meets every Friday. 

Golden Gate Stamm, No. 74. — Meets every Sunday. 

Pacific Stamm, No. 78. — Meets every Monday, 

Gebmania Stamm, .No. 83. — Meets every Thursday. 

Habmonte Stamm, No. 160. — Meets every Thursday. 

Yerba Buena Lager, No. 8. — Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month. 

Independent Order Red Men's Hall Associa- 
tion. — Incorporated December 24, 1867. Meets first 
Monday of each month at the Hall, 510 Bush street. 

Officers. — D. H. Bockmann. President; Fritz Schir- 
meier, Secretary ; Samuel Polack, Treasurer. 

IRISH-AMERICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Organized May, 1860. Meets first and third Mondays 
of each month at the Irish- American Hall, 818 Howard 
street. 

Officers. — Chas. McVicker, President ; John O'Brien, 
Vice-President ; Peter McArdle, Treasurer ; M. Far- 
rell, Recording Secretary; James G. McElroy, Physi- 
cian ; J. J. McDonnell, Druggist. 

ITALIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. — (Societa 
Independents Italiana di Mutual Beneficenza) . — In- 
corporated December 30, 1867. Number of members, 
three hundred and seventy-five. 

This is a mutual relief society, established for the 
purpose of affording assistance to indigent sick mem- 
bers. Meetings held the first Monday of each month 
at 423 Washington, room 6. 

Officers. — J. C. Sala, President; P. Pico, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; A. Daneri, Treasurer ; E. Scodeletti. Secretary; 
A. Casassa, Collector ; G. Pescia, Physician. Secre- 
tary's affice, 423 Washington street, room 6. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. — Organized June, 1873. 
Objects: Benevolent, fraternal and beneficial. The 
first Lodge organized in this State was the California, 
in May, 1879. 

Grand Lodge of California. — Organized March, 
1880. 

Officers. — David McClure, Past Grand Dictator; 
Chas. E. Travers, Grand Dictator ; L. R. Webster, 
Vice-Grand Dictator; Wm. T. Hamilton. Assistant 
Grand Dictator ; W. H. Mahoney, Grand Reporter ; G. 
W. Lamont, Grand Chaplain ; R. J. Warfield, Grand 
Treasurer ; H. J. Lask, Grand Gtiide ; M. Steinhardt, 
Grand Guardian ; R. Wheeler, Grand Sentinel. 

There are about fifty lodges numbering three thous- 
and five hundred members in California, seventeen of 
which are in this city, viz.: 

Ivy Lodge. No. 1716. — Meets every Friday evening, 
at 913 Market street. 

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meets every Tuesday evening at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Friendship Lodge, No. 1731. — Meets every Monday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Chaster Oak Lodge, No. 1755. — Meets e?ery Thurs- 
day evening at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 1756. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. • 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 1788. — Meets every Mon- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Norman Lodge, No. 1841. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Saxon Lodge, No. 1848. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Union Lodge, No. 1895.— Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 1922. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Tancred Lodge, No. 1927. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Yosemtte Lodge, No. 1930.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 1990. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at B'nai Brith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Confidence Lodge, No. 2282. — Meets at 32 O'Far- 
rell street. 

Oriental Lodge, No. 2163. — Meets every Friday at 
Pythian Castle, 913 Market Btreet. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES 01' HONOR. 

Aurora Lodge. — Meets every Monday evening at 
B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Martha. Lodge. —Meets second and fourth Friday 
in each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— The first Lodge of this 
Order in California was organized March 25, 1869. 
Since then other Lodges have been organized in the 
State, twelve of which are in San Francisco. 

The Grand Lodge or California. — Organized Sep- 
tember 28, 1869. 

Officers.— S. L. Terry, Stockton, P. G. C. ; John H. 
Harney, G. C. ; Henry Bearwold, V. G. C; G.W. Peck- 
ham, G. P.; A. G. Booth, G. K. of R. and S.; George 
Cantus, G. M. of E. ; Eli T. Blackmer, Supreme Rep- 
resentative P. G. C. 

The following Subordinate Lodges of the City of 
San Francisco meet at Pythian Castle, 913 Market 
street, on the following evenings: 

California Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every Thursday. 

Damon Lodge, No. 2.— Meets every Tuesday. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 3.— Meets every Friday. 

Laurel Lodge, No. 4. — Meets every Monday. 

Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 5. — Meets every Wednesday. 

Alemania Lodge, No. 8. — Meets every Wednesday. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 9.— Meets every Friday. 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 12. — Meets every Tuesday. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 15. — Meets every Thursday. 

Myrtle Lodge, No. 16 — Meets every Tuesday. 

Metropolitan Lodge, No. 24.— Meets every Mon- 
day. 

South San Francisco Lodge, No. 45. — Meets every 
Tuesday at Myrtle Hall. 

Bayard Lodge No. 53. — Meets every Thursday ev- 
ening. 

Syracuse Lodge, No. 58. — Meets every Wednesday. 

8ection No. 70 of the Endowment Rank.— Meets 
the second Saturday of each month at 913 Market 
street. 

Bureau of Relief.— Meets at 913 Market street 
first Monday of each month. 

KNIGHTS OF ST. PATRICK.— Organized January, 
1875. Number of members two hundred and fifty. 
Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 
at Grand Central Hall, 995 Market street. Objects: 
The elevation of Ireland to he j place among the na- 
tions; the formation of a sick fund for sick members, 
and to provide them with Christian burial; the educa- 
tion and advancement of the friends of the society. 



Officers.— E. W. McCarthy, President ; D. C. Nealon, 
Recording Secretary ; E. Birmingham, Financial Sec 
retary ; J. S. Kenny, Treasurer. 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH.— A secret Irish 
organization, the object of which is known only to 
the members of the association. 

K. R. B., No. 1. — Meets every Thursday, at 997 Mar- 
ket street. 

K. R. B., No. 2. — Meets every Wednesday, at 997 
Market street. 

K. R. B., No. 3.— Meets every Wednesday at Charter 
Oak Hall. 

K. R. B., No. 4.— Meets every Tuesday, at 997 Mar- 
ket street. 

KONG CHOW BENEFICIAL SOCIETY(Chinese).— 
Incorporated September 24, 1867. Location of asy- 
lum, north side of Pine street, between Kearny and 
Dupont. Object : To dispense charity to poor and 
worthy Chinese. 

LADIES' FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (So- 
ciete de Bienf aisance des Dames Francaise) . — Djcor- 
porated June 5, 1867. Meetings held last Monday of 
each month, at French Library, 120 Sutter street. 
Number of members, about two hundred. Object : 
The relief of French families that may be in want 
and distress. 

Officers. — Mrs. B. Bona, President ; Mrs. C. Mayer, 
Vice-President ; Miss M. Fleury, Secretary; Mrs. H. 
Kahn, Treasurer. 

LADIES' PROTECTION AND RELIEF SOCIETY.— 
Established August 4, 1853. Incorporated August 9, 
1854. 

1 This society has under its supervision a Home 
where friendless or destitute girls under the age of 
fourteen and over two years, and boys under ten and 
over two years, may be received and provided for un- 
til permanent homes in Christian families can be 
secured for them. 

The building of this institution is located on Frank- 
lin street, between Post and Geary, and is a fine and 
commodious structure. It consists of a main build- 
ing and north wing, two stories high, with full base- 
ment and Mansard roof. The wing was commenced 
October 1, 1863, and completed April 20, 1864, and 
the main building was finished in the beginning 
of 1869. The cost of the edifice, including grading, 
fencing, etc., was $44,000. 

Applications for admission should be made to Mrs. 
Dr. Ober, at the Home, between the hours of "one and 
three o'clock P.M., on Mondays and Fridays of each 
week. Donations of money, etc., may be sent to Mrs. 
Jane Flint, at the Home, or at her residence, 1312 Pow- 
ell street. Letters and communications should be ad- 
dressed to Mrs. M. S. Jackson, 1313 Vallejo street. 

Officers. — Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, President; Mrs. 
George Barstow, Vice-President; Mrs. T. Hill. Re- 
cording Secretary ; Mrs. M. S. Jackson, Corresponding 
Secretary; Mrs. Jane Flint, Treasurer; Miss Mary 
McGladery, Matron. 

LADIES' SEAMAN'S FRIEND SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized March 26, 1856. This society is the offspring of 
the great philanthropic movement on behalf of sea- 
men which has peculiarly distinguished the last half 
century. The "men of the sea," an invaluable class 
of all mercantile countries, are subjected, by the na- 
ture of their avocation, to hardship and deprivation, 
moral, social, and intellectual. To ameliorate their 
condition by supplying them with a home, when on 
shore, surrounded by remedial influences, and afford- 
ing them protection from imposition, are the objects 
of the society. 

Officers.— Mrs. R. H. Lambert, President; Mrs. O.J. 
McKinnon, Vice-President; Miss M. Knight, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. H. S. Tucker, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Mrs. C. E. Cogswell, Treasurer. 

LADIES' SOCIETY OF ISRAELITES ( Israeli rische 
Frauen Verein). — Established August 12, 1855, for the 
purpose of assisting Hebrew women under all cir- 
cumstances of want. Meets Mondays and Thursdays 
of each week, at 414 Clay street. 

Officers. — Mrs. S.Foorman, President; Mrs. S.Blum, 
Vice-President j Leo Eloesser, Secretary ; Mrs. M. 
Heller, Treasurer. 

LADIES' UNION BENEFICIAL SOCIETY (Colored) . 
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twenty-five. Meets in the vestry A. M. E. Church, Pow- 
ell street, second Monday evening in each month. 
The objects of the society are to aid its sick and bury 
its deceased members. 

Officers.— Mrs. C. D. Pee, President; Mrs. Mary 
Ferguson, Vice-President; Mrs. Elizabeth Fletcher, 
Chaplain ; Barney Fletcher, Secretary ; Mrs. Annie 
Jackson, Treasurer. 

LADIES' UNITED HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY.— Established 1855. Meets Tuesdays and Fridays 
of each week, at two o'clock P.M., at B'nai B'ritb Build- 
ing, 121 Eddy street. The objects of the society are to 
assist the poor and needy, to attend the dying, and 
bury the dead females of the Jewish faith. The affairs 
of the society are managed by a board of officers and 
an adjuncta of three Councilmen. 

Officers.— Mrs. H. Behrendt, President; Mrs. E. 
Goslinsky.Vice-President ; Mrs. <3e. Brownstein, Treas- 
urer ; Isaiah Cohn, Secretary. 

LITTLE SISTEKS' INFANT SHELTER.— Incor- 
porated March 10. 1874. This society was organized 
for the purpose of taking care of the young children 
of working women during the day, thus allowing the 
mother to perform a day's work. The Infant Shelter 
is located at 512 Minna street. The rooms are pleas- 
ant and spacious, and fitted up with all the articles 
necessary for a nursery. 

Officers.— Mrs. J. S. Spear, President; Mrs. John G. 
Harding, Vice-President ; Mrs. George W. Tyler, Sec- 
retary; Mrs. Samuel P. Hall, Treasurer; Mrs. J. B. 
Stetson, Mrs. J. S. Spear, Mrs. John G.Harding, Mrs. 
George W. Tyler, Mrs. S. P. Hall, Miss Maggie Neeb, 
Miss Emma Margo and Miss Palmyre Cahn, Trustees j 
Mrs. Jane Temple, Matron. 

LONGSHOREMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized August 6, 1872. Number of mem- 
bers, fifty. Meets first Tuesday of every month, at 
Charter Oak Hall. 

Officers.— P. A. Grady, President; James Dye, Vice- 
President. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM— Under the charge of the 
Sisters of Mercy. Location, Potrero avenue, near 
Twenty-first street. 

A large and commodious building, three stories in 
height, has been erected for the accommodation of the 
inmates of the asylum. Since the foundation of this 
institution, over six hundred females have been re- 
ceived, most of whom have been reformed by the in- 
fluence and attention of those in charge. Only about 
six per cent have proved refractory. At the present 
time there are over two hundred penitents, attended 
by nine Sisters of Mercy. Rev. Father Messea and 
Rev. Father Tadini have spiritual charge of the 
institution. A society called the Magdalen Society 
of San Francisco has lately been organized with 
a view to provide funds for the better support of this 
institution. 

MASTER MARINERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized April, 1867. Licorporated April 
28, 1869. Meets every Monday evening, at Druid's 
Hall, 413 Sutter street. Number of members three 
hundred and fifteen. 

Officers.— F. F. Miller, President ; Pehr F. West, 
Vice President ; Louis Traung, Secretary ; C. Decker, 
Treasurer. 

MATER MISERICORDLE (House of Mercy) .—Un- 
der the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Location, 23 % Rincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

This is for the protection of young women of un- 
blemished character — none others admitted. Some 
remain waiting for a situation, and others are em- 
ployed in the sewing school, where dressmaking and 
all kinds of machine sewing is neatly done at short 
notice. At present there are about thirty-five inmates. 
The institution is supported by the inmates and 
donations. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S.— Or- 
ganized May 3, 1871. 

Objects : To cherish the memories and associations 
of the war waged in defense of the unity and indivi- 
sibility of the Republic ; to strengthen the ties of fra- 
ternal fellowship and sympathy formed from com- 
panionship in arms ; to advance the best interests of 
the soldiers and sailors of the United States, especially 



those associated as members of this order, and to ex- 
tend all possible relief to their widows and children ; 
to foster the cultivation of military and naval science; 
to enforce unqualified allegiance to the General Gov- 
ernment ; to protect the rights and liberties of Amer- 
ican citizens, and to maintain the national honor, 
union, and independence. Meets first Wednesday of 
February, Mav. August, and November. 

Officers.— M'aj.-Gen. John F. Miller, U. S. V., Com- 
mander ; Bvt. Brig. Gen. Geo. S. Evans, Senior Vice- 
Commander; Commander Henry Glass, U. S. N., 
Junior Vice-Commander ; Bvt. Lt.-Col. W. R. Smed- 
berg, U. S. A., Recorder; Capt. C. Mason Kinne, U. 
S. V., Treasurer; Capt. Wm. H. Dimond, U. S. V., 
Chancellor; Major C. N. Ellinwood, U. S. V., Regis- 
trar ; Rev. Daniel Kendig, U. S. A., Chaplain. 

Address of Recorder, 1611 Larkin street. 

NETHERLANDS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION — 
Organized 1873. Incorporated February 17, 1874. 
Number of members, twenty-six. Meets at 34 Third 
street the first Wednesday of every month. Object: 
Relief of its members in sickness, want, and distress. 

Officers.— H. G. Gerritzen, President; F. Coon, Vice- 
President ; A. P. De Wit, Secretary; A. F. Schroeder, 
Corresponding Secretary ; J. De Fremei-y, Treasurer. 

NOED-DEUTSCHER VEREIN— Organized November 
5, 1874. Number of members, one hundred. Meets 
the first and third Wednesdays of every month at 
Huddy's Hall, 909 % Market street. 

Object- Mutual benevolence in case of sickness or 
death. 

Officers.— C. A. Reiners, President j John Wolf, 
Vice-President; Charles Moeller, Secretary; Otto 
Schinkel, Treasurer. 

ORDER HERMANN'S SONS — Organized June 2, 
1870. Meets at 510 Bush street. Object: To aid its 
members and their families in case of sickness, death, 
or distress. Number of members, two hundred and 
eighty-five. 

A Grand Lodge was organized June 12, 1878. 

Grand Officers.— F. R. Mej^er, Grand President ; E. 
Maack, Grand Vice-President; H. Tostmaun, Grand 
Secretary ; H. Sohst, Grand Treasurer. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 1.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. 

Ebnst Von Bandel Lodge, No. 3. — Meets every 
Tuesday evening. 

ORDER KESHER SHEL BARZEL. — Lodge room, 
Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush street. 

Gband Lodge foe the Pacific Coast. — Meets an- 
nually. 

Seven Lodges have been organized in this city, viz: 

Hab Hamobiah Lodge, No. 3.— Meets every Sunday 
evening. 

Zion Lodge, No. 4.— Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing. 

Rehoboth Lodge, No. 6. — Meets every Monday 
evening. 

Washington Lodge, No. 7.— Meets every Thursday 
evening. 

Jeshubtjn Lodge, No. 9 — Meets first and third 
Tuesday evenings of each month. 

bebekah lodges. 

Eva Lodge, No. 1.— Meets first and third Sunday of 
each month. 

Debobah Lodge, No. 3. — Meets second and fourth 
Sunday of each month. 

There are five additional Lodges in this State. 
Whole number of members, seven hundred. There 
are also four Rebekah Lodges. Total number of mem- 
bers, two hundred and fifty. 

ORDER OF THE AMERICAN STAR.— Organized 
August, 1878. Number of members, about three hun- 
dred. This Order is composed of members of both 
sexes and has for its objects co-operation in business, 
caring for the sick and afflicted, burial of the dead, 
and life insurance by endowment. 

Two subordinate Lodges have been organized in 
this city, viz : 

Stab Lodge, No. 1.— Meete monthly at 226 Sutter 
street. 



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Officers. — J. H. Josselyn, Worthy Master ; George 
Williams, Secretary. 

Washington Lodge, No. 2. — Meets monthly at 7 
Stockton street. 

Officers.— B. F. Josselyn, Worthy Master ; J. N. 
Pratt, Secretary. 

LOYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES.— Organized in San Francisco April 17, 1875, 
and acts directly under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Lodge of the United States. 

Two Lodges have been instituted in this city, viz : 

California Tbtte Blues, No. 118. — Meets at909j£ 
Market street every Sunday ■ 

Harmony, No. 127. — Meets on the second and fourth 
Saturdays of each month at the Potrero. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS.— Instituted June 
20, 1880. A Grand Council will be instituted about 
May 17, 1881. There are now twenty-seven Councils 
in the State, with an aggregate membership of over 
three thousand. S. Danielewicz, temporary G. C. ; 
I. M. King, temporary G. R. 

The Order of Chosen Friends is a secret benevolent 
society. Not secret for the protection of wrong doing, 
as is believed by many, but seoret only in the sense 
of being private, having signs and passwords, that its 
membership may be better protected in their work of 
giving aid to the distressed and protection to the 
weak. To unite in bonds of fraternity, aid and pro- 
tection all acceptable white persons of good charac- 
ter, steady habits, sound bodily health and reputable 
calling. To improve the condition of its member- 
ship, morally, socially and materially, by establish- 
ing a fund from which a weekly benefit may be paid 
to sick and distressed members, and upon satisfactory 
evidence of the death of a member paying from an 
endowment death fund of from one to three thousand 
dollars. 

This society is not intended as a rival of, but a 
worker with, other benevolent orders in the great 
work of relieving and elevating the condition of man- 
kind. 

The following subordinate Councils are in this city : 

Concord Council, No. 2. — Meets e»ery Monday 
evening in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Crystal Council, No. 4.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Golden Shore Council, No. 5. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Shiel's Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

American Council, No. 7. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Red Men°s Hall, 320 Post street. 

Pacific Council, No. 8.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in Shiel's Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

L'Union Franco - American Council, No. 10. — 
Meets every Wednesday evening in Druids' Hall, 413 
Sutter street. 

Columbia Council, No. 11. — Meets every second 
and fourth Wednesday evening in Shiel's Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Samaritan Council, No. 13.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in Shiel's Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Home Council, No. 14. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing in Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Washington Council, No. 16.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening in Champion Hall, Potrero. 

Phoenix Council, No. 18. — Meets every Monday 
evening in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Bohemian Council, No. 23.— Meets every Thursday 
evening in Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETY (Protestant) .—Or- 
ganized January 31, 1851, and incorporated February 
10,1851. 

Original Officers.— Mrs. Albert Williams, President ; 
Mrs. S. H. Willey, Vice-President ; Mrs. A. E. War- 
ren, Secretary; Mrs. Boring, Treasurer ; Mrs. R. H. 
Waller, Mrs. C. V. Gillespie, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs Joice, 
Mrs. A. Dubbs, and Mrs. O. C. Wheeler, Managers ; 
Charles Gilmore, D. L. Ross, and S. Franklin, Trus- 
tees. 

It originally occupied the building on the corner 
of Second and Folsom streets, owned by Gen. H. W. 
Halleck, whence they removed the children in March, 
1854, to the present building, corner of Laguna and 



Haight streets, just then completed, at a cost of 
$30,000. This house, built of stone and brick, ex- 
pressly for the purpose, is highly creditable to the 
institution, as one of the noblest monuments of San 
Francisco benevolence. During the years 1862-3, a 
large and convenient addition was made to the pres- 
ent building, at an expense of $30,000, which, to- 
gether with the main building, will accommodate 
two hundred and fifty children. As a complement to 
the Sansome Hook and Ladder Co., who, upon dis- 
banding, donated to the asylum the building and lot 
owned by them, the new addition is called the " San- 
some Wing." 

During the year 1879 the. upper story of the build, 
ing was fitted up, and for the first time in its history 
the entire capacity of the asylum has been made 
available. The present number of children in the 
asylum is two hundred and twenty-four. 

Officers. — Mrs. Dr. Charles Keeney, President ; Mrs. 
H. B. Tichenor, Vice-President ; Mrs. Henry Haight, 
Treasurer ; Mrs. F. MacCrellish, Secretary ; Mrs. D. L. 
Waterman, Matron ; Mrs. M. L. Batturs, Assistant 
Matron ; Miss Wells and Miss J. W. Corey, Teachers; 
John Nightingale, Physician. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM (Roman Catholic) .—Organized 
March 23, 1851. In July of the same year the erection 
of a wooden edifice was commenced, and completed 
the following September. It was occupied in part 
for a school, and a portion was temporarily used as a 
church, under the pastoral charge of the Rev. John 
Maginnis. 

On August 18, 1852, the asylum was taken in charge 
by the Sisters of Charity. In 1854 a capacious brick 
building was erected on Market street, near Third, at 
a cost of $45,000. In 1864 an additional brick edifice 
was erected for a school, which was attended by 
several hundred day scholars. 

In 1862 a farm of fifty-three acres, near Bay View, 
South San Francisco, was purchased, where there 
has been established a branch institution for very 
young children, called the St. Joseph's Infant Asy- 
lum. On this same tract of land a large and com- 
modious wooden edifice, with all the modern con- 
veniences, was erected in 1872. The present building 
is beautifully located on a hill, commanding an ex- 
tensive view of the surrounding country. It covers 
an area of two hundred and four by two hundred and 
eighty-two feet, including an open centre court, 
measuring eighty by one hundred and forty-four feet. 
It will accommodate about eight hundred children. 

PACIFIC DISPENSARY FOR WOMEN AND CHIL- 
DREN.— Organized March 24, 1875. The objects of 
this Institution are to provide for women and chil- 
dren medical aid of competent physicians of their 
own sex, and the establishment of a hospital for 
women and children. Location, 221-223 Thirteenth 
street. The Resident Physician is in daily attendance 
until twelve o'clock m. 

Officers. — Mrs. A. L. Stone; President ; Mrs. S. Ray- 
mond and Mrs. T. Brown, Vice-Presidents; Mrs. 
Henry M. Gray, Secretary; Mrs. O. W. Easton. Treas- 
urer ; Miss Kate N. Post, M. D., Resident Physician. 

PACIFIC HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM AND HOME 
SOCIETY.— Incorporated July 26. 1871. Location, 
east side of Devisadero street, between Hayes and 
Grove. Formed for the care, relief, protection, and 
improvement of orphan children, and for the care of 
aged Israelites who are without adequate means of 
support. 

Officers.— S. W. Levy, President; Louis Sachs, Vice- 
President; Lewis Gerstle, Treasurer; Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary; David Michael, Collector. 

PACIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC DISPENSARY ASSO- 
CIATION.— Organized December 7, 1876. Incorpor- 
ated December 23, 1876. The membership now num- 
bers nine life members, fifty annual and thirty month- 
ly subscribers. The Dispensary, located at 843 How- 
ard street, was opened March 5, 1877. Regular monthly 
meetings of the Board of Directors are held at the 
Dispensary, the annual meeting being held on the 
third Thursday of January. The object of the Asso- 
ciation is to provide for the indigent sick, medical aid 
of competent Homoeopathic Physicians. Several hun- 
dred patients are treated annually. The Dispensary 
is open daily, Sundays excepted, from eleven to 
twelve o'clock A. M., and two to three o'clock P. M. 

Officers. — Mrs. James Burling, President ; Mrs. J. 



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Mrs. Robert Graves, Vice-Presidents; Mrs. David 
Wilder, 906 Leavenworth street, Secretary; Miss Hen- 
rietta R. Taylor, Treasurer ; Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. 
A. L. Bancroft, and Mrs. Annis Merrill, Auditors. 

POLISH SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA (Towarzystwo 
Polskie W. Kalifornii) . — Organized January 23, 1873. 
Objects: Social, literary and benevolent. Meets every 
Saturday at their rooms, 1032 Market street. 

Officers. — Dr. L. Pawlicki, President; Corwin Piot- 
rowski and F. T. Lessen, Vice-Presidents ; A. Elgass, 
Secretary and Librarian ; A. Heilman, Treasurer. 

PORTUGUESE PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY. — Licorporated August, 1868. Meets the 
second and last Saturday of each month, at eight 
o'clock P. M., at 510 Bush street. 

Objects: To aid its members in sickness and dis- 
tress, and to erect a Portuguese Hospital in this city. 
The society has five halls, viz: San Jrancisco, San 
Leandro, Sacramento, Centreville and Sonora, each 
governed by local officers. 

Officers of San Francisco Hall. — Joaquim Coelho, 
President ; A. L. Quaresma, Vice-President; F. J. M. 
Braga, Secretary ; Mathias Eduardo, Treasurer. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOME ASSO- 
CIATION. — Organized January, 1869. Incorporated 
January 25, 1870. Objects: To establish and sustain 
a charitable institution for the permanent care and 
maintenance of poor, aged, or infirm women , members 
of the Episcopal Church, who are from any cause in- 
capacitated from taking care of themselves, and such 
others as the Board of Managers may think entitled 
to its benefits. Also, for the temporary residence of 
Christian women seeking employment. 

The association is supported by monthly contribu- 
tions from the various Protestant churches of San 
Francisco. Location of Home, 1225 Market street. 

Officers.— Right Rev. Bishop Kip, D. D., President ; 
Rev. H. W. Beers, Vice-President; H. T. Graves, Sec- 
retary ; C. V. S. Gibbs, Treasurer; Rev. E. J. Lion 
C. I. Hutchinson, R. B. Sanchez, Trustees; Ladies' 
Board of Managers: Mrs. William Green, President; 
Mrs. M. Godley, Vice-President; Mrs. J. G. Clark, 
Secretary; Mrs. Mary S. Jackson, Treasurer. 

PUBLIC KINDERGARTEN SOCIETY OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO.— Organized July 22, 1878. School located at 
68 Silver street. Number of members, one hundred 
and forty. This society was organized under the 
auspices of Dr. Felix Adler, when on a visit to this 
Coast, and has for its object the establishment and 
maintenance of a system of free kindergarten schools 
for poor children, similar to those already famous in 
the eastern cities. Members pay one dollar per 
month. Life memberships, $100. 

Officers. — Solomon Heydenfeldt, President; S.Nick- 
lesburg, Vice-President; Joseph O. Hirschfelder, M. 
D., Secretary; Julius Jacobs, Treasurer; Kate D. 
Smith, Principal. 

RUSSIAN REPUBLICAN BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY (Decembrist) . — A secret organization, intended 
for the propagation of Republican principles among 
Russians here and in the Russian Empire. It ex- 
cludes all who favor autocracy or servilely bend 
to the edicts of the church. Its benevolence is con- 
fined exclusively to political refugees. It does not 
in any way interfere with American politics or the 
enlightened systems of religion prevailing in this 
country. Head office (undivulged) . Branch organ- 
ized in San Francisco, December 14, 1867. 

Agapius Honcharenko, Secretary. Office, Ukraina 
(Russian settlement) ; address, Haywards, Alameda 
County, California. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAECKER VEREIN.— Organized 
August 5, 1877. Number of members, one hundred 
and fifty. Meets each alternate Sunday afternoon at 
Druid's Hall, 413 Sutter street. Objects, benevolent 
and protective. 

Officers. — Charles Mtiller. President ; H. Oppen- 
heim, Vice-President ; S. Baron, Recording Secretary ; 
John Klingee, Financial Secretary; H. Zaun, Treas- 
urer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 
—Organized 1865. Office, 20 Webb street. The de- 
sign of this Association is to improve the condition 
of the deserving indigent, and, so far as practicable, 
to relieve their necessities. 



Officers. — Levi Stevens, President ; N. Gray, Vice- 
President ; J. C. Patrick, Treasurer ; Robert Beech- 
ing, General Agent and Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO FEMALE HOSPITAL. — Loca- 
tion, 806 Stockton street. This hospital was opened for 
the reception of patients on the first day of April, 
1868. The object of the institution is the care of poor, 
sick women. There is no rule as to the nativity, reli- 
gion, or social condition. It is a charity in the broad- 
est sense of the term. Any woman who is poor and 
sick is entitled to share its benefits. It is a general 
hospital for all diseases, and for lying-in. During 
the twelve years it has been open there have been near- 
ly one thousand births. Of the whole number of births 
over fifty p'er cent, have been illegitimate, showing 
conclusively the need of such an institution, as, if it 
were not for this hospital, the probabilities are that 
the greater number would have shared the fate of so 
many thousands of innocents murdered in their moth- 
ers' womb. There have been besides a large number 
of patients admitted for general disease. There have 
also been a very large number of outside patients 
treated, the physician and surgeon being in attend- 
ance every morning from ten to eleven o'clock to 
treat any poor persons who may come. It was sup- 
ported by voluntary contributions until 1870, when 
the State appropriated $5,000 a year for its support. 
In 1879 the appropriation was reduced to $3,000. Dur- 
ing the past year this appropriation has been with- 
drawn entirely, consequently fewer patients will be 
admitted free. 

During the past year there has been organized, in 
connection with the Hospital, a Foundling Asylum, 
to be used exclusively for children born in the Hos- 
pital, where they will be kept, and not as heretofore 
sent away to other hospitals. The Hospital is under 
the care of Dr. C. B. Hutchins. 

Officers.— Mrs. A. Y. Trask, President; Mrs. M. 
Hecht, Vice-President ; Mrs. G. Low Smith, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. E. B. Pond, Treasurer; Mrs. M.E. Dayton, 
Matron. 

SAN FRANCISCO LYING-IN HOSPITAL AND 
FOUNDLING ASYLUM.— Incorporated April, 1868, 
for the care^»protection, and proper treatment of un- 
protected single women, with their offspring, together 
with all other children that may be abandoned in 
infancy by outside parties, said children being con- 
sidered foundlings. 

The Trustees design to make this institution re- 
spectable in the highest degree. Efficient and avail- 
able to patients from every county in the State, 
regardless of religious belief sectarianism or national- 
ity. No one is required to pay more than her average 
cost to the hospital. It is expected that the institution 
will be supported by receipts from patients, donations 
and contributions from different sources, appropria- 
tions by the City and State Governments, and by 
bequests, legacies, etc. This is a special lying-in 
hospital, and for the specialties for which it was 
organized affords facilities not to be found elsewhere 
on this coast. No cases of disease are admitted for 
treatment. It is therefore expected to be kept free 
from erysipelas and other contagious diseases that 
are the bane of lying-in wards connected with gen- 
eral hospitals. Its locality, facing Jefferson Square, 
is not surpassed for salubrity by any other in the 
city. The building is thoroughly ventilated, and 
affords all the comforts of a private home free from 
intrusion. Competent nurses are in attendance day 
and night. Applicants must furnish satisfactory 
proof of having heretofore sustained a good moral 
character. 

For consultation the attending physician will be 
found at the Hospital, 913 Golden Gate Avenue, from 
twelve o'clock M. until one o'clock P. M., daily (Sun- 
days excepted) , or at his residence, No. 20 Twelfth 
street at nine o'clock A. M. and one and five o'clock 
P. M. Letters of inquiry 6hould be addressed to 
Benjamin F. Hardy, M. D., No. 20 Twelfth street, San 
Francisco, inclosing an addressed and stamped envel- 
ope for a prompt reply. 

Officers. — Solomon Heydenfeldt, President ; Benja- 
min F. Hardy, Secretary; Benjamin F. Hardy, M. D., 
Attending Physician and Surgeon. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL BENEVOLENT SOCI- 
ETY. — Organized December 21, 1870. Incorporated 
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The objects of this society are for the protection and 
relief of deserving physicians and their families -who 
may suffer from sickness or want, and to promote 
kindly professional and social intercourse among 
themselves and their professional brethren at large. 
A Literary Chapter was organized July 21. 1871, for 
the following objects: First— The collection of a 
library. Second — The establishment of a museum. 
Third — The publication of a medical journal, or mon- 
ographs on medical subjects, as the society may, 
from time to time, determine or order to be printed. 
Fourth — Reports of cases and the discussion of such 
medical subjects as shall be brought before the Chap- 
ter. Regular meetings of the society and the Lite- 
rary Chapter are held on the twenty-first day of each 
month. 

Officers.— Wm. H. Bruner, M. D., President; W. F. 
Peabody, M. D., Treasurer ; A. M. Wilder, M. D., Sec- 
retary. 

Litebaby Chaptek.— George H. Powers, M.D., Per- 
manent Secretary; F. B. Kane, M. D., Librarian and 
Curator. 

SAN FRANCISCO MUSICAL PROTECTIVE ASSO- 
CIATION.— Incorporated December 17, 1875. Meets 
quarterly, second Tuesday in the month, attwo o'clock 
P. M. at 539 California street. Number of members, 
ninety. The object of this society is to assist sick 
and disabled members and their families, and the 
better protection of musical interests in San Fran- 
cisco. 

Officers.— A. H. Beck, President; T. Eisfeldt and 
Charles Winkler, Vice-Presidents ; Albert A. Muller, 
Secretary ; John Baumann, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE MUTU- 
AL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. —Incorporated March, 
1880. Number of members, eighty. Meets at such 
time and place as may be designated by the Board of 
Directors. The objects of this society are to secure 
to the families or dependents of its members such 
pecuniary benefits and aid in such sums and at such 
times as may be provided by its by-laws. 

Officers. — Charles Clayton, President ; A. Gerber- 
ding, Vice-President ; W. A. Bray, Treasurer; W. H. 
Walker, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN- 
TION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.— Incorporated 
April, 1868. Office, 614 Merchant street. Number 
of members one hundred and fifty. The objects of 
this society are to provide ways and means to secure 
the enforcement of " An Act for the more effectual 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals," approved March 
30, 1868, and to labor in the education of a public sen- 
timent of humanity and gentleness toward domestic 
and other animals. 

Officers. — Joseph W. Winans, President ; Jacob Z. 
Davis, Vice-President; Nathaniel Hunter, Secretary ; 
James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer. 

SCANDINAVIAN LADIES' AID SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized January 8, 1873. Number of members two hun- 
dred. Meets the first and third Wednesdays of each 
month, at 71 New Montgomery street, and Norden Hall, 
739 Howard street alternately. The object of this 
6ociety is to assist sick and destitute Scandinavians, 
help new comers, and encourage a friendly feeling 
among them. 

Officers. — Mrs. M. Peterson, President ; Mrs. H. 
NeiUon, Vice-President ; Mrs. C. Decker, Treasurer ; 
Mi86 C. Murch, Financial Secretary ; Miss M. Ander- 
son, Recording Secretary. 

SCANDINAVIAN LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized March 19, 1874. Meets first Wednesday of 
each month, at the Old People's Home of San Fran- 
cisco, Francisco street, between Powell and Stockton. 
Number of members, one hundred and fifty. Objects: 
The founding of a Home for all needy, sick and des- 
titute. The Society have erected a handsome and com- 
modious building on the above lot during the last 
year. 

Officers. — Mrs. C. Nelson, President ; Mrs. J. A. W. 
Lundborg, Vice-President ; Mrs. S. B. Peterson, Treas- 
urer ; Miss A. E. Stebbins, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. 
Holmgren, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Georges, Corre- 
sponding Secretary. 

SCANDINAVIAN SOCIETY.— Organized February 
28, 1859. Number of members, three hundred and 



fifty. Meets first Tuesday of every month at Hall, 
71 New Montgomery street; open every day and even- 
ing. The object of this society is to aid their 
sick and bury their dead, also to assist their country- 
men and others who may be deemed by the society 
worthy objects of its charities; also to have a hall for 
monthly meetings and a library. 

Officers. — John Simpson, President ; Eric Ekelund, 
Vice-President ; A. Thornsward and John B. Knudson, 
Secretaries ; N. L. Sykes, Treasurer and Librarian. 

Scandinavian Hall Assoclation.— Incorporated De- 
cember 20, 1871. 

Officers. — Albert Miller, President; A. C. Freese, 
Vice-President; Alfred A. Enquist, Secretary; H. M. 
A. Miller, Treasurer. 

SERVIAN MONTENEGRIAN BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY.— Organized May 2, 1880. Number of members 
about seventy. Meets first and third Monday even- 
ings of each month at place designated in call. The 
objects of this society are mutual assistance in case 
of sickness and to bury its dead. 

Officers. — John Abramovich, President ; C. Cerno- 
gorcevich, Vice-President ; T. Sherovitch, Treasurer; 
A. Vucassovich, Secretary. 

SLAVONIC ILLYRIC MUTUAL BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized November 17, 1857. Incor- 
porated April 1, 1873. Number of members, one hun- 
dred and sixty. Meets first Tuesday of each month 
at 10 California street. The objects of this society 
are mutual assistance in case of sickness, and to bury 
its dead. 

Officers. — Costo Cernogorcevich, President ; F. An- 
tunovich .Vice-President: S. Divisich, Treasurer ; J.V. 
Tadich, Recording Secretary; P. Svetinich, Financial 
Secretary. 

SOCIETY FOR CHRISTIAN WORK.— Organized Oc- 
tober, 1873. This society is connected with the First 
Unitarian Church ; and is under the auspices of the 
ladies of the congregation, every one of whom is ex- 
pected to aid in its support. The objects of the so- 
ciety are to relieve the sick and destitute, distribute 
clothing, seek employment for needy women, and 
assist the unfortunate in all practicable ways. Con- 
tributions of reading matter are 'distributed to the 
prisons, hospitals and asylums. The social interest 
of the congregation is the special care of the society, 
and is sought to be promoted by systematic visiting, 
extending a hospitable welcome to strangers and so- 
cial receptions. The money needed for the prose- 
cution of this work is obtained by the Sewing Society 
of the Congregation, which meets every alternate 
Monday at two o'clock P. M. in the church parlors, 
to which all are cordially invited. 

Officers.— Mrs. M. M. Soule, President ; Mrs. Wm. 
Hardy, Secretary ; Mrs. Andrew Davis, Secretary ; 
Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL— The ob- 
ject of this society is to relieve distress wherever 
found. Though a legitimate offspring of the Catholic 
Church, and principally supported by members of the 
same, yet its charities are extended to all worthy per- 
sons who are in distress. 

St. Patrick's Conference. — Organized 1866. Meets 
every Wednesday evening in the basement of St. Pat- 
rick's Church. 

St. Peter's Confebence. — Organized 1870. Meets 
every Sunday after last Mass, in library attached to 
church. 

SONS OF THE EMERALD ISLE— Organized March 
17, 1852 ; reorganized April 6, 1856. Number of mem- 
bers, two hundred and seventy-four. Meetings held 
first Wednesday of each month, at Irish-American 
Hall, 818 Howard street. 

Officers.— Patrick Hare, President ; John Coakley, 
Vice-President; James O'Connell, Treasurer; P.King, 
Financial Socretary ; Daniel Madden, Corresponding 
Secretary. « 

SONS OF JACOB.— Organized January, 1878. Num- 
ber of members, ninety. Meets first Sunday of each 
month at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. Ob- 
jects: benevolent. 

Officers. — S. Keller, President; E. Bernet, Vice- 
President; J. Macowski, Treasurer; R. Lippmann, 
Secretary. 



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SPANISH MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— 
Organized 1877. Number of members about two hun- 
dred. Meets on the last Thursday of each month at 
730 Montgomery street. 

Objects: Benevolence and mutual assistance. Secre- 
tary's office, 411 Sacramento street. 

Officers. — Modesto E. Garcia, President : Jose F. 
Godoy, Vice-President ; Jose A. Garcia, Treasurer ; 
J. J. Fatjo, Financial Secretary ; Thomas M. Jewett, 
Recording Secretary ; Jose' Alcayaga. S. Arrilaga, Jose 
Costa, George O. Jewett, Roniulo Luna and Juan L. 
Noriega, Directors. 

ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY (Scotch Benevolent So- 
ciety) . — Organized September 21, 1863. Incorporated 
August 4, 1865, for the purpose of aiding indigent 
Scotch people and their families ; also, for finding 
employment for their unemployed countrymen. Num- 
ber of members three hundred and fifty. Meets 
every Monday evening at eight o'clock, in the upper 
hall of the Young Men's Christian Association Build- 
ing, 232 Sutter street. Reading room is open every 
day and evening, Room 17. All Scotchmen and the 
sons of a Scotch parent are eligible as members by 
paying three dollars initiation fee, and fifty cents 
monthly. 

Officers. — David Porter, President ; J. C. Clark and 
James Scouler, Vice-Presidents ; H. Duncan, Treas- 
urer; Vernon Campbell, Recording Secretary ; Geo. 
St. J. Bremner, Assistant Recording Secretary ; Wm. 
Dobie, Jr., Financial Secretary; Wm. Jack, Assistant 
Financial Secretary; John Jack, Librarian; David 
Farquharson, John Bain and Archibald McKinlay, 
Trustees : Wm. Little, John Marshall, Hugh Fraser, 
Board of Relief; Rev. W. A. Scott, D.D., Chaplain; 
Wm. F. McNutt, Physician. 

ST. BONIFACE ORPHAN ASYLUM.— Location, 
north side of Grove street, between Polk street and Van 
Ness avenue. This institution was founded a few 
years since by Miss Catherine Gross, for the recep- 
tion of those poor orphans of every nationality and 
religious denomination for whom no home could be 
found in the other asylums. 

The whole institution is the private property of 
Miss GroBs, yet, as a Roman Catholic, she considers 
herself subject to the jurisdiction of Archbishop Ale- 
many. The number of children in the institution is 
twenty-seven, being as many as the building will 
conveniently accommodate. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (R. C) .— 
Established 1860. The objects of this society are to 
extend assistance to each other in time of sickness, by 
corporeal aid and spiritual consolation ; for provid- 
ing their deceased brethren with a decent and Chris- 
tian interment in accordance with their Holy Faith ; 
for the relief of the families they may leave after 
them; as also for stimulating each other to a more 
constant observance of the duties of religion, and 
the general promotion of moral and intellectual im- 
provement. Meetings held third Sunday of each 
month, in the basement of St. Mary's Cathedral. 
Number of members, four hundred and fifty. 

Officers. — H. Rankin, President; M. Dolan, Vice- 
President; A. F. Benard, Treasurer; P. F. McGrath, 
Secretary. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF ST. 
FRANCIS PARISH.— Organized March 3, 1872. Num- 
ber of members, three hundred. Objects, to visit 
the sick, bury the dead, and provide for families of 
deceased members. Meets the first Sunday of each 
month, at three o'clock P.M., in St. Francis' Church. 

Officers.— John Simpson, President; Timothy Mc- 
Ginley, Vice-President; John Mulholland, Treasurer; 
James M. Reynolds, Recording Secretary; J. J. Reich- 
enbach, Financial Secretary. 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION.— Incor- 
porated August 9, 1871. Object: The founding of a 
hospital in the city and county of San Francisco for 
the relief and care of such sick persons as may desire 
its benefits. The corporative powers are vested in a 
board of nine trustees. 

Hospital, east side of San Jose avenue, between 
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth streets, and near 
the terminus of the Market and Valencia Streets Rail- 
road. Closed at present. 

Officers. — Joseph G. Eastland, President ; George H. 
Mendell, Secretary; R. W. Kirkham, Treasurer; 
W. A. Douglass, M. D., and C. N. Ellinwood, Visiting 



Physicians and Surgeons ; Joseph G. Eastland, R.W. 
Kirkham, G. H. Mendell, L. H. Allen, William Bland- 
ing, W. F. Babcock.William H. Boothe, C. V. S. Gibbs, 
and D. O. Mills, Trustees. 

In March, 1876, the Mite Society of St. Luke's Hos- 
pital was organized by members of this association, 
for the purpose of collecting funds and soliciting do- 
nations of goods and materials for the use and benefit 
of the hospital. 

Officers.— Mrs. W. C. Burnett. President; Mrs. G. 
D.Gardiner, Secretary; Mrs. G. D. McElroy, Treas- 
urer. 

ST. MARY'S LADIES' SOCIETY.— Meets adjoining 
St. Mary's Hospital, in St. Mary's Hall, a wooden 
building, sixty by thirty feet, erected by the Society 
for their meetings. St. Mary's Society, which was 
founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1859, for the purpose 
of promoting piety among the CathQlic females, has 
recently been converted into a Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. It numbers between eleven and twelve hun- 
dred members. The officers of the society are se- 
lected from the Sisters of Mercy. 

ST. PATRICK'S MUTUAL ALLIANCE OF CALI- 
FORNIA. — Headquarters, San Francisco. Objects: To 
unite in a mutual union, Irishmen and their descend- 
ants of all creeds and classes, to protect and extend 
charity to the widow and orphans, and to strengthen, 
foster, and promote fraternal feelings ol friendship 
and charity among its members. 

Alliance, No. 1. — Organized March 20, 1873. Num- 
ber of members two hundred and thirty. Meets first 
and third Mondays of every month, at Charter Oak 
Hall. 

Alliance, No 2. — Organized February 7, 1878. Num- 
ber of members eighty. Meets first and third Thurs- 
days of every month, at Charter Oak Hall. 

ST. PAULUS GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized July, 1870. Num- 
ber of members one hundred and twenty. Meets sec- 
ond Monday of each month In the basement of St. 
Boniface Church. The objects of this Society are to 
afford relief to distressed members, and the support 
of their widows and orphans. 

Officers. — P. H. Donks, President; F. B. Schoen- 
stein, Vice-President; J. W. Becker, Recording Secre- 
tary ; M. Miback, Financial Secretary; John Lehrit- 
ter, Treasurer. 

ST. PETER'S GERMAN ROMAN CATHOLIC BE- 
NEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organized March, 1865. In- 
corporated January 7, 1867. Meets first Monday of 
each month in the basement of St. Boniface Church. 
The objects of this Society are mutual benefits to its 
members. 

Officers.— Jacob Klein, President ; Peter Denner, 
Vice-President ; Joseph Reichert, Becording Secre- 
tary ; N. Fishback, Financial Secretary ; P. Schenkel, 
Treasurer. 

SWEDENBORG LIBRARY AND TRACT SOCIE- 
TY. — Incorporated April, 1881. Meets the second 
Monday of each month in the Library of the First 
New Jerusalem Church, 318 O'Farrell street. Ob- 
jects : To maintain a library and reading room of the 
works of Emanuel Swedenborg, and to disseminate 
books and tracts in harmony therewith. 

Officers. — R. R. Provines, President; Benjamin 
Shellard. Treasurer; John Doughty, Secretary; 
Thomas S. Miller, Benjamin Shellard, Eric Ekelund, 
A. W. Manning, John McCarthy, George H. Sanders, 
E. D. Fraser, John Dougherty and R. R. ProvineB, 
Directors. 

SWEDISH SOCIETY. — Organized September 20, 
1875. Number of members, eighty. Meets every 
Monday evening, at 71 New Montgomery 6treet. Ob- 
jects : To take care of sick members, aid the desti- 
tute, and bury the dead. 

Officers.— Joseph Okerblad, President; Alfred Berg, 
Vice-President ; P. O. Petterson, Recording Secre- 
tary ; S. J. Jona6son, Corresponding Secretary ; H. L. 
Lidstrom, Treasurer. 

SWISS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Or- 
ganized 1849. Reorganized 1874. Number of mem- 
bers, four hundred. A meeting of the society is 
held in January and July, at the Swiss Hotel, 
627 Commercial street. Object: To afford its mem- 



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bere mutual assistance in cases of sickness or dis- 
tress. 

Officers.— Antoine Borel, President; Louis Jury, 
Vice-President ; Edward Galliard, Treasurer ; Calixte 
Denervaud, English Secretary ; C. Steffani, Italian 
Secretary; Antonio Battanzi, M. D., and B. Hoffstet- 
ter, M. D., Physicians; B. Maestretti, Collector. 

SWISS BELIEF SOCIETY.— Organized 1874. Ob- 
jects: To support their sick or poor countrymen, and 
to procure employment for those who are in want of 
it. Office 527 Clay street. 

Officers.— F. Berton, President and Secretary ; A. 
Borel, Vice-President ;N. Giamboni, Edward Galliard, 
and C. Buxtorf, Committee ; F. Berton & Co., Treas- 
urer. 

TEACHEBS' MUTUAL AID SOCIETY OF SAN 
FBANCISCO.— Organized May, 1873. Meets on the 
first and third Wedneedays of each month at the 
rooms of the Board of Education. Objects : The 
mutual assistance of teachers of the San Francisco 
School Department, and more particularly to minister 
to thewants of the sick. 

Officers. — Mrs. L. K. Burke, President ; Miss T. C. 
Stohr, Becording Secretary ; Mrs. A. Griffith, Finan- 
cial Secretary ; Miss L. M. Knowlton, Treasurer. 

UNITED ANCIENT OEDEB OF DBUIDS.— Grand 
Grove of California.— Office Druids' Hall, 413 Sut- 
ter street. 

Grand Officers.— B. T. Cottingham, N. G. A. ; E. Ma- 
ginnis, B. W. D. G. A.; Henry Chase, E. W. G. Secre- 
tary ; D. Coutelenc, E. W. G. T.-, C. P. Anderson, W. 
G. G. ; J. Vasselin, W. G. S. ; Adam Smith and A. E. 
Costello, W. G. Eepresentatives. 

The following named chapters and groves meet at 
the hall, 413 Sutter street : 

Hartnagel Supreme Arch Chapter, No. 3 (Eng- 
lish) . — Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month. 

8an Francisco Grove, No. 3 (German) .—Meets 
every Thursday evening. 

Eureka Grove, No. 4 (German) . — Meets every 
Thursday evening. 

Norma Grove, No. 6 (English) . — Meets every other 
Tuesday evening. 

Sigel Grove, No. 7 (German) . — Meets every other 
Monday evening. 

Perseverance Grove, No. 10 (French). — Meets 
every Tuesday evening. 

Schiller Grove, No. 11 (German). — Meets every 
Wednesday evening. 

Hesperian Grove. No. 15 (English) . — Meets every 
other Tuesday evening. 

Elvin Grove, No. 16 (English) . — Meets every other 
Thursday evening. 

Laurel Grove, No. 17 (English) . — Meets every Fri- 
day evening. 

Templar Grove, No. 19 (English). — Meets every 
other Monday evening. 

Live Oak Grove, No. 22 (English) . — Meetf every 
other Wednesday evening. 

General Belief Committee. — Meets second Sun- 
day of every month. 

Gallielo-Galilei Grove, No. 37 (Italian) .—Meets 
every Friday. 

Druids' Hall Society.— Office Druids' Hall, 413 
Sutter street. Annual meeting of shareholders, sec- 
ond Monday of February. The Board of Trustees 
meets on the third Wednesday of each month. 

Druids' Library.— Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

Officers. — G. Hoffman, President; J. Wesner, Libra- 
rian. 

UNITED CALIFOBNIAN8.— This order was incor- 
porated in June, 1876. Number of members, one 
hundred and thirty. Meets every Friday evening, in 
their hall, 417 Kearny street. 

Objects : Mutual benevolence and brotherly love. 

Officers.— J. D. Sullivan, President ; E. W. Herrin, 
Vice-President; G. Pohlman, Prelate; J. F. Lyons, 
Becording Secretary ; Andrew Gorman, Financial Sec- 
retary ; Geo. E. Luther, Treasurer ; William Brown, 
Inner Guard ; Eobert McPeake, Outer Guard ; James 
Callaghan, Conductor. 



WEST INDIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized June, 1867. Incorporated January, 1870. Meets 
on the first Monday of each month at Young Men's 
Beneficial Society Hall, 927 Pacific street. 

Objects ; To take care of the sick members and 
bury the dead. 

Officers.— J. W. Osborn, President ; W. E. Strick- 
land, Vice-President ; William Ector, Corresponding 
Secretary ; J. E. Francis, Treasurer. 

WIDOWS' AND OEPHANS' AID ASSOCIATION 
OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF SAN FBAN- 
CISCO.— Organized January 13, 1878. The member- 
ship embraces the entire force. Two dollars per 
month deducted from the pay of each officer is re- 
tained for the creation of a fund from which benefits 
are paid to members during sickness or injury, and 
$1,100 to the heirs of those who die while on the 
force. 

Officers.— F. T. Brown, President ; John Burke, 
Vice-President ; J. F. Moran, Becording Secretary ; 
J. M. Dwyer, Financial Secretary ; W. Cullen, Treas- 
urer. 

YOUTHS' DLEECTOBY THE.— Office 1417 Howard 
street. This institution, established November 1, 
1874, under the patronage of Archbishop Alemany, 
comprises a Free Intelligence Bureau and a Tempo- 
rary Home for friendless boys in search of employ- 
ment. It is maintained by voluntary contributions 
from the public. Destitute lads, in quest of work, 
are admitted free to the benefits of its refectory, dor- 
mitory, lavatory, and reading-room, until places are 
procured for them in town or country, without 
charge to either employers or employees. No dis- 
crimination between applicants on account of religi- 
ous belief. Last year five thousand six hundred of 
every tongue and kindred, obtained profitable occu- 
pation on farms, in factories, stores, and shops. Of- 
fice open every week day from nine o'clock A.M. to 
one o'clock P.M. 

Officers. — James B. Kelly, President ; G. Touchard, 
Treasurer ; Philip Shanahan, Collector; A. P. Dietz, 
Superintendent and Secretary; Mrs. Dora Dietz, Mat- 
ron; J. E. Kelly, E. Tobin, C. D. O'Sullivan, G. 
Touchard, M. J. O'Connor, J. A. Donohoe, Henry Bar- 
roilhet, and Peter H. Burnett, Directors. 



Masonic. 

THE GBAND LODGE OF FEEE AND ACCEPTED 
MASONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFOBNIA..— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City 
of San Francisco, on the second Tuesday in October. 
Its officers for the year ending in October, 1881, are: 
M.\ W.\ Samuel Crawford Denson, Grand Master, 

Sacramento. 
B. - . W/. Clay Webster Taylor, Deputy Grand Master, 

Shasta. 
R.-. W.*. John- Quincy Adams, Senior Grand Warden, 

Vallejo. 
B.-.W.*. Orrin W. Hallenbeck, Jr., Junior Grand 

Warden, Auburn. 
V.'.W.*. Moses Heller, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 
V/.W.-. Alex. Gurdon Abell, Grand Secretary, San 

Francisco. 
V. 1 . R.\ Thomas H. B. Anderson, Grand Chaplain, 
Sacramento. 
W/. Marcus D. Boruck, Grand Orator, San Fran- 
cisco. 
W.'. George Tuttle Grimes, Assistant Grand 

Secretary, Sacramento. 
W.\ John Werner Shaeffer, Grand Lecturer, San 

Francisco. 
W.*. Balph K. Nichols, Grand Marshal, Lower 

Lake. 
W.'. Benjamin Akerly, Grand Bible Bearer, Oak- 
land. 
WV . Wallace Kay, Grand Standard Bearer, Jack- 

son. 
W. - . Phillippe Gabriel Sabatie, Grand Sword 

• Bearer, San Francisco. 
W.*. Columbus Waterhouse, Senior Grand Dea- 
con, San Francisco. 
W.*. Granville Q. Stewart, Junior Grand Deacon, 
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Chauncy Carroll Bush, Senior Grand Stew- 
ard, Redding. 

Samuel Howard Gerrish, Junior Grand 
Steward, Sacramento. 

Richard Allin, Grand Pursuivant, Elk Grove. 

Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist, San 
Francisco. 

James Oglesby, Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 



This body was organized in the year 1850, and there 
are now in existence , \mder its jurisdiction, two hun- 
dred and thirteen Subordinate Lodges, of which six- 
teen are in the City of San Francisco, as follows: 

California Lodge, No. 1. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

La Pakfaite Union Lodge, No. 17.— Meets every 
Friday evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 22. — Meets every Monday 
evening in King Solomon'6 Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 30. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Mount Mokiah Lodge, No. 44. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 120. — Meets every Thursday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Hekmann Lodge, No. 127. — Meets every Monday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 136. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Crockett Lodge, No. 139. — Meets every Friday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Oriental Lodge, No. 144. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 1P6. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening in St. John's Hall, Masonic Temple. 

Mission Lodge, No. 169. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at the corner of Sixteenth and Valencia 
streets. 

South San Francisco Lodge, No. 212. — Meets every 
Thursday evening at Myrtle Hall, Railroad Avenue, 
South San Francisco. 

Doric Lodge, No. 216. — Meets every Thursday 
evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Spebanza Itall^na Lodge, No. 219. — Meets every 
Saturday evening in B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy 
street. 

King Solomon's Lodge No. 260. — Meets first Mon- 
day of each month at southwest corner Geary and 
Steiner streets. Worthy Master, A. F. Knorp, resi- 
dence, 411 Mission street ; G. W. Darbey, Secretary, 
residence 214 Goldon Gate Avenue. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MA- 
SONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— Assem- 
bles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City of 
San Francisco, on the second Tuesday in April. Its 
officers for the term ending in April, 1882, are: 
M.-.E.-. Henry Sayre Orme, Grand High Priest, Los 

Angeles. 
R.\ E.\ William Monroe Petrie, Deputy Grand High 

. Priest, Sacramento. 
R.-.E.-. Grand King, 

R.-.E.-. Doan Hines, Grand Scribe, San Buenaven- 
tura. 
B.\ E.\ Hiram T. Graves, Grand Treasurer, San 

Francisco. 
R.-.E.-. Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Secretary, San 

Francisco. 
R.-.E.-. John R. Crandall, Grand Chaplain. Auburn. 
M.-.E.-. Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco. 
E.-. Edward Coleman, Grand Captain of the 

Host, Grass Valley. 
E.\ Benjamin F. Tuttle, Grand Royal Arch Cap- 
tain, Petaluma. 
Comp. Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San 

Francisco. 
Comp. Ira C. Root, Grand Guard, San Fran- 
cisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1854, and there 
are now in existence, under its jurisdiction, fifty-one 
Subordinate Chapters, of which two are in the City of 
San Francisco, as follows: 



San Francisco Chapter, No. 1. — Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays of each month in the Chapter 
Hall, Masonic Temple. 

California Chapter, No. 5. — Stated meetings first 
and third Tuesdays of each month in the Chapter 
Hall, Masonic Temple. 

THE GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.— As- 
sembles annually at the Masonic Temple in the City 
of San Francisco, on the second Thursday in April. 
Its officers for the term ending April 14, 1882, are: 
M.-.P.-. Edward R. Hedges, Grand Master, Stockton. 
R.-.P.-. John W. Rock, Deputy Grand Master, Sacra- 
mento. 
R.-.P.-. Daniel P. Bystle, Grand Illustrious Master, 

Shasta. 
R.-.P.-. George A. McKenzie, Grand Principal Con- 
ductor Works, Stockton. 
R.-.P.-. William Wilson Traylor, Grand Treasurer, 

San Francisco. 
R.-.P.-. Thomas Caswell, Grand Recorder, San Fran- 
cisco. 
Comp. Thomas Kyle, Grand Chaplain, San 

Francisco. 
Comp.Tranklin H. Day, Grand Captain of 

the Guards, San Francisco. 
Comp. Thomas Callow, Grand Steward, Oro- 

vi lie, 
Comp. Ira Colburn Root, Grand Sentinel, San 
Francisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1860, and there 
are now in existence under its jurisdiction ten sub- 
ordinates, of which one is held in the City of San 
Francisco, viz : 

California Council, No. 2.— Meets on the first 
Saturday in each month in the Chapter Hall, Masonic 
Temple. 

THE GRAND COMMAND ERY OF KNIGHTS TEMP- 
LAR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Assembles 
annually at the Masonic Temple, in the City of San 
Francisco, on the second Friday in April. Its officers 
for the term ending April, 1882, are : 
R.-.E. - . Sir Edward R. Hedges, Grand Commander, 

Stockton. 
V.-.E.*. Sir Charles F. Lott, Deputy Grand Com- 
mander, Oroville. 
E.\ Sir William Monroe Petrie, Grand Generalis- 
simo, Sacramento. 
E.-. Sir Edwin A. Rodgers, Grand Captain Gene- 
ral, Sonora. 
E.-. Sir Osgood C. Wheeler, Grand Prelate, Oak- 
land. 
E.-. Sir Rollin C. Gaskill, Grand Senior Warden, 

Oakland. 
E.\ Sir John R. Lockwood, Grand Junior Warden, 

Susanville. 
E.\ Sir James M. McDonald, Grand Treasurer, 

San Francisco. 
E.-. Sir Thomas H. Caswell, Grand Recorder, San 

Francisco. 
E.-. Sir J. Burns, Grand Standard Bearer, San 

Francisco. 
E.\ Sir Cornelius Kellogg, Grand Sword Bearer, 
Sacramento. 
Sir James Oglesby, Grand Captain of the 
Guards, San Francisco. 
This body was organized in the year 1858, and there 
are now in existence under its jurisdiction sixteen 
commanderies, of which two are held in the city of 
San Francisco, viz.: 

California Commandery, No. 1. — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Commandery Hall, Masonic Temple. 
Golden Gate Commandery (U. D.) — Meets every 
Thursday evening in Masonic Temple. 

GRAND CONSISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND 
ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE.— Meets at the Masonic 
Temple, in the City of San Francisco, on the second 
Wednesday in January, twenty-first of March, twen- 
ty-fifth of June, twenty-first of September, and twen- 
ty-seventh of December. Its officers for the term 
ending December, 1882, are: 

V.-.I.-. Charles F. Brown, Grand Commander-in- 
Chief, San Francisco. 
I.-. Silas M. Buck, First L. Commander, San 

Francisco. 
I.-. Stephen Wing, Second L. Commander, San 
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I.-. Reuben Kercheval, Grand Constable, Sacra- 
mento. 
I.- . L. M. Cutting, Grand Admiral, Stockton. 
I.-. A.F.Williams, Grand Chancellor, Oakland. 
I. - . Isaac S. Titus, Grand Minister of State, San 

Francisco. 
I.-. William Jeffray, Grand Almoner, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. George J. Hobe, Grand Registrar, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. John H. Titcomb, Grand Keeper of Seals and 

Archives, San Francisco. 
I.- . David W. Laird, Grand Treasurer, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. A. A. McAllister, Grand Primate, Vallejo. 
I.-. T. H. Goodman, Grand Master of Ceremo- 
nies, San Francisco. 
I.-. William De Witt Allison, Grand Expert, San 

Jose. 
I.\ R. S. Corning, Grand Assistant Expert, San 

Francisco. 
I.-. H. Holies, Grand Beausenifer, San Francisco. 
I. - . Columbus Waterhouse. Bearer of the Vexil- 

lum Belli, San Francisco. 
I.*. William Stuart, Grand Master of the Guards, 

San Francisco. 
I.-. N. W. Spaulding, Grand Chamberlain, Oak- 
land. 
I. - . William T. Garratt, Grand Steward, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I." . A. B. Davis, Grand Aid-de-Camp, San Fran- 
cisco. 
I.-. James Oglesby, Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 
Godfrey De St. Omar Council, Knights Kadosh, 
No. 1. — Meets on the second Friday evening of every 
month at Masonic Temple. 

Terra. Buena Chapter of Rose Croix, No. 4. — 
Meets on the last Friday of every month at Masonic 
Temple. 

Yerba Buena Lodge of Perfection, No. 6.— Meets 
every Friday evening at Masonic Temple. 

MASONIC VETERAN ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 8, 1879. Objects : The anion of the pioneer 
Masons of the Pacific coast and the preservation of 
Masonic history. Quarterly meetings held at Masonic 
Temple. Office, 232 Sutter street. 

Officers. — Samuel Swift, President : James M. Mc- 
Donald, Vice-President j Edwin A. Sherman, Secre- 
tary ; David W. Laird, Treasurer ; George Spaulding, 
Marshal ; Rev. David McClure, Chaplain. 

MASONIC BOARD OF RELIEF.— Composed of all 
the W. M.'s of the Subordinate Lodges of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets every Saturday evening at Masonic 
Temple . 

MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 26, 1863. Office, room 42, Masonic Temple. 

Officers. — William R. Wheaton, President ; Joseph 
Clement, Vice-President ; George J. Hobe, Secretary ; 
Henry L. Davis, Treasurer ; Edwin L. Smith, Super- 
intendent. 

MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION.— Dacorporated 
1859. Office, No. 6 Masonic Temple, second floor. 
Associated for the purpose of erecting and furnishing 
the Masonic Temple, at the northwest corner of Mont- 
gomery and Post streets. 

BROTHERHOOD OF ST. JOHN.- Office. 507 Mont- 
gomery street. Organized in 1880. Meets at the call 
Of the President. This Society is a Masonic organiza- 
tion, formed for the purpose of mutual life insurance, 
Master Masons only being qualified to become mem- 
bers. 

Officers.— Thomas Young, President ; H. Barnard, 
Secretary ; office, 120 Sutter Street. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OF THE 
BA8TERN STAR.— Meets in the City of San Fran- 
cisco (unless otherwise ordered) , on the Monday fol- 
lowing the second Tuesday in October of each year. 

The Grand Chapter was organized on the seventh 
of April, 1873. Its officers for 1881 are : 

Jerome Banks, Worthy Grand Patron, Red Bluff. 

S. Jennie Mann, Worthy Grand Matron, San Fran- 
cisco. 

J..W. Kinsley, Grand Associate Patron, San Fran- 
cisco. 



Eleanor B. Farrington, Grand Associate Matron, 
Redding. 

Mary Reeves, Grand Treasurer, Suisun. 

Abbie E.Wood, Grand Secretary, 911 Sutter street, 
San Francisco. 

The first Subordinate Chapter was organized on the 
ninth of May, 1869. There are now thirty-nine Subor- 
dinate Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Chapter. 

The following three chapters are in San Francisco : 

Golden Gate Chapter, No. 1. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

California Chapter No. 4. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at B'nai B'rith Building, 121 Eddy street. 

Ivy Chapter, No. 27. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 



I. O. O. F. 

GRAND OFFICERS OF THE R. W. GRAND LODGE 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I. O. O. F.— 
Ezra Pearson, M. W. G. M., Sacramento ; Davis Loud- 
erback. R. W. D. G. M., San Francisco : Leon D. Freer, 
R. W. G. W., Oroville ; W. B. Lyon, B. W. G. S., San 
Francisco ; H. B. Brooks, R. W. G. T., San Francisco ; 
W. W. Morrow, R. W. G. Rep., San Francisco; T. K. 
Wilson, R. W. G. Rep., San Francisco ; Rev. A. F. 
Hitchcock, W. G. Chaplain, Suisun ; Frederick W. 
Bell, W. G. Marshal, Eureka ; E. J. Clark, W. G. Con- 
ductor, Sacramento ; George Murray, W. G. Guardian, 
sactamento ; Ernest Dunker, W. G. Herald, San Fran- 
cisco. 

GRAND OFFICERS OF THE B. W. G. ENCAMPMENT. 

W. T. Galloway, M. W. Grand Patriarch ; R. S. Rob- 
bins, M. E. Grand High Priest ; C. B. Kimball, R. W. 
Grand Senior Warden; W. B. Lyon, R. W. Grand 
Scribe ; John Hanson, R. W. Grand Treasurer ; E. H. 
Black, R. W. G. Jr. Warden ; George W. Lewis and 
C. H. Randall, R. W. Grand Rep. ; J. Henry Apple- 
gate, Jr., W. Grand Sentinel ; E. Dunker, W. Deputy 
Grand Sentinel ; J. A. Brown, W. Grand Marshal. 

All the Subordinate Lodges and Encampments of 
the I. O. O. F., located in this city, excepting those 
marked with a star, meet at their Hall, 325 Montgom- 
ery street, on the following evenings, viz: 

Golden Gate Encampment, No. 1. — Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month. 

Walhalla Encampment, No. 7.— Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month. 

Wildey Encampment, No. 23. — Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month. 

Unity Encampment, No. 26. — Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Oriental Encampment, No. 57. — Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month. 

Golden Gate Batalion, No. 1.* — Meets first and 
third Wednesdav of each month at Ixora Hall, 737 
Mission street. 

California Lodge, No. 1. — Meets Monday. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 3. — Meets Friday. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 13.— Meets Tuesday. 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 15. — Meets Thursday. 

Templar Lodge, No. 17. — Meets Wednesday. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 29. — Meets Tuesday. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 71. — Meets Monday. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, No. 112. — Meets Thursday. 

Germania Lodge, No. 116. — Meets Wednesday. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 122. — Meets Monday. 

Apollo Lodge, No. 123.— Meets Friday. 

Parker Lodge, No. 124.— Meets Tuesday. 

Unity Lodge, No. 131.* — Meets Tuesday, corner of 
Valencia and Sixteenth streets. 

Herman Lodge, No. 145.— Meets Wednesday. 

Pactfio Lodge, No. 155.— Meets Thursday. 

Ophir Lodge, No. 171.* — Meets Wednesday, in 
Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 179.* — Meets Thursday, in 
Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 



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Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 194. — Meets Wednesday. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 204. — Meets Tuesday. 

Alta Lodge, No. 205.*— Meets Monday, in K. of P. 
Castle, 915 Market street. 

Franco-American Lodge, No. 207.— Meets Friday. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 222.*— Meets Monday, in K. of 
P. Castle, 915 Market street. 

Mouse Lodge, No. 257.— Meets Friday. 

Myrtle Lodge, No. 275.* — Meets Wednesday, in 
Myrtle Hall, South San Francisco. 

Western Addition Lodge, No. 285.* — Meets Wed- 
nesday, in Hamilton Hall, corner Geary and Steiner 
streets . 

Excelsior Degree Lodge, No. 2.— Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month. 

Teutonia Degree Lodge, No. 4. — Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month. 

California Rebekah Degree Lodge, No.l. — Meets 
Saturday. 

Templar Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 19. — Meets 
Saturday. 

^General Relief Committee (Composed of all the 
Noble Grands and Vice-Grands of the Subordinate 
Lodges of San Francisco) . — Meets every Sunday at ten 
o'clock A. M. 

ODD FELLOWS' CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.— In- 
corporated September 26, 1865. Office, 410 Kearny 

ODD FELLOWS* HALL ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
1858. Capital stock, $150,000 ; office, 325 Montgomery 
street. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized December 30, 1854. Rooms, 325 Montgomery 
street. 

ODD FELLOWS' MUTUAL ADD ASSOCIATION.— 
Incorporated February 3, 1868. Office, 325 Montgom- 
ery street, room 6. 

The object of this association is to secure to the 
families of its deceased members pecuniary aid. 

ODD FELLOWS' VETERAN ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized February 1, 1878. Objects: The preservation 
of the history and traditions of Odd Fellowship. 
Office, 325 Montgomery street. 

Officers. — E. D. Farnsworth, President; W. H. 
Barnes, Secretary; Henry B. Brooks, Treasurer. 



Temperance. 



CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTINENCE UNION OF THE 
ARCH DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organized 
June, 1874. It is a branch of the Total Abstinence 
Union of America, which comprises four hundred and 
thirty Subordinate Societies. Meets every three 
months in St. Joseph's Hall, Tenth street. It is sup- 
ported by an annual tax of ten cents on each member, 
gives free lectures and entertainments when funds 
permit, and has for its object a combination of all the 
total abstinence societies. 

Officers.— Rev. J. B. McNally, President; Edward 
Gilson, Vice-President; W. F. Ryan, Corresponding 
Secretary; M. O'Brien, Recording Secretary; John 
Bolger, Treasurer. 

The following subordinate societies have been or- 
ganized, and meet at the time and place below noted, 
viz: 

St. Bridget's C. T. A. B. Society.— Meets second and 
fourth Sundays of each month at St. Bridget's Church. 

St. Joseph's C. T. A. B. Society. — Meets first and 
third Sundays of each month at St. Joseph's Church. 

St. Mary's C. T. A. B. Society.— Meets first and 
third Sundays of each month in basement of St. Mary's 
Cathedral. 

St. Patrick's C. T. A. B. Society. — Meets second 
and fourth Sundays of each month in basement of St. 
Patrick's Church. 

St. Peter's C. T. A. B. Society. — Meets second and 
fourth Sundays of each month in their hall, Alabama 
street, near Twenty-fourth. 

St. John's C. T. A. B. Society. — Meets first and 
third Sundays of each month in their hall, on Eddy 
street, near Turk. 



CHAMPIONS OF THE RED CROSS.— A temper- 
ance mutual benefit organization, to aid by all legiti- 
mate means in the suppression of the liquor traffic 
and for mutual relief in sickness, in connection with 
a life-insurance system upon a mutual protective 
basis — each one of two thousand members in a' dis- 
trict paying one dollar upon the death of another. 

Grand Encampment of California. — This body 
was organized October, 1870, and there are now in 
existence, under its jurisdiction, sixty-five Subordi- 
nate Encampments, with an aggregate membership 
of about two thousand members. Meets annually at 
place designated in call, on the third Tuesday in Oc- 
tober. 

Officers. — W. A. Bushnell, Grand Commander; J. 
E. Wooten, Grand Counselor ; Mrs. A. E. Fosette, 
Grand Junior Commander ; Ed. R. Fosette, Grand 
Secretary ; C. W. Pomeroy, Grand Treasurer, San 
Jose ; H. M. Lardes, Grand Captain of Host ; Miss 
Louisa Harms, Grand Mistress of Ceremonies; J. E. 
Harris, Grand Guard; George F. Scherr, Grand 
Chaplain, San Francisco. 

Supreme Council.— Organized October 22, 1874. 
Meets annually on the Third Tuesday in April. 

Officers.— Dr. O. L. Gordon, Supreme Commander, 
Santa Cruz ; John Williams, Supreme Counselor; Mrs. 
Barkhouse, Supreme Junior Commander; George B. 
Hudson, Supreme Secretary, Oakland ; C.W. Pomeroy, 
Supreme Treasurer, San Jose ; George F. Scherr, Su- 
preme Captain of the Host ; W. A. Bushnell, Supreme 
Guard ; John E. Harris, Supreme Sentinel, San Jose ; 
Rev. A. F. Hitchcock, Supreme Chaplain, Suisun. 

The following named Encampments have been or- 
ganized in San Francisco. 

Golden Gate Encampment, No. 26. — Meets every 
Monday evening, at Temperance Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Potrero Encampment, No. 47 . — Meets every Tuesday 
evening, at the Potrero. 

Templar Encampment, No. 50. — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening, at 35 Eddy street. 

Mount Horeb Encampment, No. 69. — Meets every 
Friday evening, in King's Hall, 2131 Mission street. 

FATHER MATTHEW TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, No. 1.— Organized May, 
1869. Number of members, three hundred. Meets 
every Sunday and Friday evenings, at Irish-American 
Hall. Objects: To encourage all persons to abstain 
from the use of intoxicating liquors; also to afford re- 
lief in case of accident, or sickness, and assist in the 
burial of deceased members. 

Officers — E. J. Reynolds, President ; J. J. Donegan, 
and J. J. Jordan, Vice-Presidents; D. D. Murphy, Re- 
cording Secretary, Joseph A. O'Connell, Treasurer. 

HOME FOR THE CARE OF INEBRIATES.— Or- 
ganized May 24, 1859. The property now occupied 
by the institution, northeast corner of Stockton and 
Chestnut streets, was purchased in 1802, at an expense 
of $7,500, and enlarged in 1877, at a further expense of 
$7,000. It is conducted under the auspices of the Par- 
ent Dashaway Association. 

Officers — Capt. H. J. Burns, President; William 
Martin, Secretary ; Frank G. Edwards, Treasurer ; A. 
P. Hayne, M. D., Superintendent and Resident Phy- 
sician. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.— 
Grand Lodge organized May 29, 1860. Jurisdiction 
embraces the State of California, and Territories of 
Utah, Idaho, and New Mexico. 

Number of working Lodges, three hundred and fif- 
teen. Total membership, about thirteen thousand. 
Office of the Grand Worthy Secretary, Sacramento. 

This Order sustains the Good Templars' Home for 
Orphans, located at Vallejo, California. The build- 
ings, which are capacious, elegant and comfortable, 
were erected in 1869, by the Good Templars of Califor- 
nia and Nevada. The Home was opened for the recep- 
tion of orphan children, October 1, 1870, and is now 
occupied by eighty-four children, who are receiving 
shelter and education beneath its roof. $40,000 has 
been expended in its erection, and about "$100,000 in 
support of its inmates. It is in a complete and 
exact 6ense a public charity, openly inviting the 
homeless from all portions of the States of Cali- 
fornia and Nevada, to share in its beneficences. 
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tion by the Good Templars and its support by 
that Order. It is also under the control of the Grand 
Lodge of the Order, but its title is not meant to con- 
veyany idea of exclusiveness as to the class admitted 
to its sheltering offices. To be a homeless orphan is 
the only passport required at its portals. 
■ Officers of the Grand Lodge. — Robert Thompson, 
8an Francisco, G. W. 0. T.: Joel Russell, Haywards, 
G. W. C. ; Mrs. H. A. Mayhew, Red Bluff, G.W.V. T. ; 
George B. Katzenstein, Sacramento, G. W. S.; Dr. I. 
S. Halsey, Vallejo, G. W. Treasurer ; Julius Lyons, 
Los Angeles, 6. W. A. S. ; J. T. Marr, Truckee, G. W. 
M. ; Miss Emma Keys, Stockton, G. W. D. M. ; Mrs. 
M. E. Richardson, Sheep Ranch, G. W. I. "Guard; 
Frank Storer, San Francisco, G. W. O. Guard ; Rev. 
D. E. Bushnell, San Jose, G. W. Chaplain ; E. Wood 
Culver, Newcastle, G. W. Messenger ; Will. D. Gould, 
Los Angeles, P. G. W. C. T. ; George Braniall, Hay- 
wards, General Superinendent Juvenile Work. 

The only authorized Grand Lecturers in this juris- 
diction are Si6ter E. P. Stevens, Bros. William Crow- 
hurst, Hugh R. Hughes and Dr. M. D. Merrick. 

The following named subordinate lodges meet in 
this city: 

Califobnia Lodge, No. 7. — Meets every Thursday 
evening, in Baptist Church, Twenty-second street, 
bet Mission and Howard. 

Evening Stab Lodge, No. 114. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street. 

Headlight Lodge, No. 120.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening, in Loughead's Hall, 1605 Polk street. 

Constitution Lodge, No. 130. — Meets every Friday 
evening, in Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Mission Stab Lodge, No. 160. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening, in King's Hall, 2131 Mission street. 

Life Boat Lodge, No. 185. — Meets every Monday 
evening, at 118 Jackson street. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 186. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening, in Hamilton Hall, cor Steiner and Geary 
streets. 

Lntebnational Lodge, No. 291. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, in Grand Central Hall, 997 Market street. 

Kentucky Lodge, No. 292. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 1121 Greenwich street. 

Valley Lodge, No. 293. — Meets- every Thursday 
evening, in Fell Street Presbyterian Church, bet La- 
guna and Octavia streets. 

Pleasant Valley Lodge, No. 307. — Meets every 
Monday evening, in Comerford's Hall, Church street, 
'bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth. 

Pbesidio Lodge, No. 308. — Meets every Monday 
evening at Presidio Barracks. 

Spbing Valley Lodge, No. 314. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening, in Union Hall, cor Fillmore and Green- 
wich streets. 

Spabta Lodge, No. 332. — Meets every Saturday 
evening, in Grand Western Hall, cor Bush and Polk 
streets. 

MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. — Organized 
March 22, 1866. Meets on the second Tuesday eve- 
ning of each month, at the Mariners' Church, north- 
east corner of Sacramento and Drumm streets. Num- 
ber of members, two thousand, to which additions are 
made continually. 

Officers.— Rev. Joseph Rowell, President ; Rev. W. 
D. Bishop, Secretary. 

PARENT DASHAWAY ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
January 2, 1859. Number of members who have joined 
the association since that time, ten thousand. Dur- 
ing the year 1878 the association erected on the site 
of the old hall, Post street, between Dupont and 
Kearny, a magnificent three-story building of mod- 
ern style and appointments. It has a front of fifty 
three feet, and runs through to Morton street, a 
depth of one hundred and twenty feet. The first 
floor and basement are arranged for business purposes. 
The second floor contains the main exhibition hall, 
with a seating capacity of about eleven hundred, the 
offices of the association occupying the third floor. 
Ground for its construction was broken April 7, 1878, 
and the building was formally opened November 7, 
1878. The cost of the structure exclusive of the lot 
was $50,000. The whole property being valued at 
$150,000. 



The crowning feature in the work of this associa- 
tion has been and is their maintenance of the 
Home for the Care of Inebriates. Five out of 
the nine Trustees of the Home are elected from the 
Dashaways, the remaining four being chosen by these 
five from citizens outside of the Association. The 
Home is the official receptacle for all insane patients, 
pending their examination and commitment to the 
asylums, for which service the city donates the 
Home certain police court fines, about $800 per month 
being realized from this source, which, with dona- 
tions and receipts from paying patients constitutes 
its income. 

Officers.— E. T. Batturs, President J Joseph Brown 
and Henry Harding. Vice-Presidents ; J. M. Piatt, 
Secretary ; John D'Arcy, Treasurer ; David Hunter, 
James Butterworth, S. W. Holt, and E. Frodsham, 
Trustees of the Association ; William Martin, F. G, 
Edwards, Joseph Gosling, H. Van Heusen and Amasa 
Thayer, Trustees Home of Inebriates. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE— Office of the Grand 
Scribe, at San Francisco. 

Officers of the Grand Division. — W. B. Wadman, 
G. W. P., San Francisco : L. Curtis, G. W. A., Santa 
Cruz ; Joseph R. McLean, G. Scribe, San Francisco ; 
J.J. Hucks, G. Treasurer, San Francisco ; Mrs. Leland 
Howe, Grand Chaplain, Sacramento ; Mrs. F. D. 
Seelye, G. Conductor, Felton ; Mrs. N. Davidson, G. 
Sentinel, San Francisco. 

The following named Subordinate Divisions meet 
in San Francisco : 

Gband Division, Annual Session on the fourth 
Tuesday in April of each year. 

Centennial Division, No. 18. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Champion Hall, Potrero. 

Golden Gate Division, No. 12. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Huddy's Hall, 909 3$ Market street. 

Lincoln Division, No. 70. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Huddy's Hall, 909 % Market street. 

New Eba Division, No. 2. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Shiels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

TEMPERANCE LEGION. — Organized February 1, 
1866, with forty-five members. Since that time over 
four thousand members have signed the muster roll, 
and are now organized in twelve companies. There 
is also a Ladies' Roll, which numbers over nine hun- 
dred members, and a Cadets', with over six hundred 
members. 

Public meetings are held every Sunday evening, in 
B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 

Officers. — F. E. R. Whitney, Commander-in-Chief ; 
Frank Richards, Colonel and First Aid ; Thomas Ful- 
ler, Lieutenant-Colonel and Second Aid ; W. G. Cue, 
Adjutant ; Isaac Nichols, Paymaster : Dr. H. Gib- 
bons, Jr., Surgeon ; R. B. Gardiner, Chaplain ; F. E. 
Potter, Chief Quartermaster ; Wm. M. Moore, First 
Assistant Quartermaster; Wm. J. Coulter, Second As- 
sistant Quartermaster-General; J. A. Phelps, D. W. 
Saylor and Charles Wooten, Aides-de-camp. 

TEMPLE OF HONOR AND TEMPERANCE.— Or- 
ganized 1860. Objects, Temperance and Beneficial. 
James G. Farnham, Deputy Most Worthy Templar. 
Residence, 921 Dolores street. 

There is one subordinate and one social Temple in 
this city. 

Suboedinate Temple. — California Temple, No. 1. — 
Meets every other Monday evening at Temperance 
Hall, 18 H Eddy street. 

Social Temple. — California No. 1. — Meets every 
other alternate Monday evening from above, at Tem- 
perance Hall, 1833 Eddy street. 

Endowment Fund. — George W. Darbey, Secretary. 
Residence, 214 Golden Gate Avenue. 



Protective. 

BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Jan- 
uary 13, 1878. Number of members, one hundred. 
Meets last Monday and second Tuesday of each month 
at 539 California street. 

Objects : Protective and benevolent. 

Officers.— T. Hook. President; D. Weber, Vice-Pres- 
ident ; W. Lippert, Recording Secretary ; C. Rimassa, 
Financial Secretary ; J. Lehritter, Treasurer. * 



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BOARD OF PHARMACY.— Organized under the 
provisions of An Act of the Legislature, approved 
March 28, 1872. Meets at office of the Secretary, north- 
east corner of Market and Stockton streets. 

The duties of the Board of Pharmacy are to trans- 
act all business pertaining to the legal regulations of 
the practice of pharmacy, and theretailing of poisons, 
and to examine and register all Pharmacists. 

The provisions of this Act apply solely to the city 
and county of San Francisco. 

Officers.— John Calvert, President ; William T.Wen- 
zell, Secretary ; Emlen Painter, William M. Searby 
and John A. Bauer, Board of Pharmacy. 

BOARD OF TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Or- 
ganized April, 1877. Number of members, two 
hundred and twenty. Office, Union Block, 202 Market 
street, upper floor. Objects : To protect the in- 
terests of its members, prevent settlements without 
full investigation, resist inequitable and fraudulent 
settlements, and bring about joint action in the col- 
lection of debts (other than in the ordinary course of 
business) . 

Officers.— Jacob S. Taber, President; F. B. Rey- 
nolds, First Vice-President ; Jules Cerf , Second Vice- 
President; Moses Heller, Treasurer; J. H. Shank- 
land, Attorney ■ C. F. Wyman, Secretary. 

BREWERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— Meets 
at the call of the President. Number of members, 
thirty, manufacturers only being eligible. Objects: 
To protect the interests of the brewers in this city. 

Officers. — F. Hagemann, Jr., President; H. Buttner, 
Secretary; J. H. Wieland, Treasurer. 

BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, 
LODGE NO. 161.— Organized 1875. Number of mem- 
bers, about fifty. Meets second and fourth Sundays 
of each month, at Huddy's Hall, 9093$ Market street. 

Officers.— James Pogue, Chief Engineer j William 
Minnie, First Engineer; Harry Brewer, First Assist- 
ant Engineer and Secretary; Charles Hartwig, Second 
Assistant Engineer and Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA IMMIGRANT UNION.— Organized 
1869. Object: To give general information about the 
State, and settle colonies on large tracts of land. Wil- 
liam H. Martin, Secretary. Office, room 3, Chronicle 
Building. 

CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.— 
Incorporated June 24, 1873. Capital stock $100,000. 
Office northwest corner Eddy and Powell streets. 

Officers.— David Farquharson, President ; Robert 
F. Bunker, Vice-President ; John Easton, Treasurer ; 
Vernon Campbell, Secretary ; A. C. Corbett, Surveyor ; 
J. F. Cowdery, Attorney. 

CALIFORNIA STATE HOMOEOPATHIC MEDI- 
CAL SOCIETY.— Incorporated January, 1878. Annu- 
al meeting on second Wednesday of May, in the City 
of San Francisco. Special semi-annual meeting on 
the second Wednesday in November, where the Soci- 
ety may elect. Object: The advancement of the sci- 
ence of medicine and 6urgery. 

Officers.— J. N. Eckel, M. D., President; J. A. Al- 
bertson, M. D., First Vice-President; W. E. Ledyard, 
M. D., Recording Secretary; Sidney Worth, M. D., 
Corresponding Secretary ; M. T. Wilson, M. D., Treas- 
urer. 

CALIFORNIA STATE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized July, 1869. Number of 
members two hundred. Meets -semi-monthly. Ob- 
ject: Woman's political enfranchisement. 

Officers.— Mrs. M. A. Lewis, President ; Mrs. E. A. 
H. De Wolf, Vice-President ; Mrs. Mary J. Collins, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. Mary F. Snow, Record- 
ing Secretary ; Mrs. Eunice S. Sleeper, Treasurer. 

CATHOLIC MUTUAL BENEFICIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION OF THE ARCH-DIOCESE OF SAN FRANCIS- 
CO.— Organized February 1, 1880. Meets first Tues- 
day of each month at No. 116 Montgomery street. 
Object • To provide for the family of deceased mem- 
bers. A per capita of $1 is levied upon each member 
on the death of a member. 

Officers.— Antonio Fonte, President; Rev. J. B. 
McNally, Vice-President ; Edward Gilson, Secretary ; 
Thaddeus Flanigan, Treasurer. * 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— Rooms, Merchants' 
Exchange, California Street. Organized April, 1850. 



Regular meetings, third Tuesdays in January, April, 
July and October. Annual meeting, third Tuesday in 
January; election of officers, second Tuesday in Janu- 
ary. 

Officers.— Wm. F. Babcoek, President; A. P. Wil- 
liams, First Vice-President; Frederick L. Castle, 
Second Vice-President; Albert Dibblee, W. L. Merry, 
James De Fremery, R. B. Forman, Eugene De Sabla, 
W. H. Dimond, Frederick Jacobi, E. L. G. Steele, W. 
W. Dodge, W. W. Montague, John Kentfield and J. N. 
Knowles, Trustees ; Morris Marcus, Secretary, Treas- 
urer and Librarian. Office, 26-28 California street. 

CIGARMAEERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE PACIFIC 
COAST.— Organized June 12, 1876. Number of mem- 
bers, four hundred. Meets second and fourth Fri- 
days of each month at 114 Dupont street. Objects ; 
To improve the condition of its members and protect 
them against the encroachments of Chinese cheap 
labor. 

Officers.— Edward Holihan, President; Louis Alex- 
ander, Vice-President ; William Wolz, Secretary ; Louis 
Friedlander, Treasurer. 

COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
CALIFORNIA.— Organized in 1878. Objects: Protec- 
tive and Mutual. 

Officers for 1881.— Geo. H. Dill, President; H. L. 
Cohn, H. Van Heusen and M. C. Scott, Vice-Presi- 
dents; E. T. B. Mills, Secretary and Treasurer. 

DRAYMEN AND TEAMSTERS' UNION OF SAN 
FRANCISCO.— Organized August 26, 1876. Number 
of members, two hundred. Meets second and last 
Saturday evenings of each month at Washington Hall, 
35 Eddy street. 

Officers.— C. A. Worth, President; C. Nelson, Vice- 
President; J. B. Niderost, Recording Secretary; Jacob 
Browning; Treasurer; J. S. French, D. Farnsworth, 
C. D. Evers and M. C. Donnelly, Trustees. 

EXPRESSMENS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organ- 
ized January, 1881. Meets every Friday evening in 
Charter Oak Hall, 771 Market street. Object: Mutual 
protection. 

Officers. — James McMahon, President ; M. J. Acton, 
Vice-President: Patrick Corkery, Secretary ; C. B. Fol- 
som, Treasurer. 

FISHERMEN'S PROTECTIVE AND BENEVOLENT 
ASSOCIATION.— Organized 1877. Membership, one 
hundred. Meets on the first Saturday of each month 
at 219 Broadway street. 

Officers. — Antonio Mengola, President; Fortunato 
Maggio, Treasurer; Nicola Sturlese, Secretary. Office^ 
896 Front street. 

FRANCO-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK (in liqui- 
dation) . — Incorporated March 27, 1877. Guaranteed 
capital, $200,000. Office, Montgomery Block, rooms 
2-3. 

Officers.— George C. Perkins, President ; A. Comte, 
Manager ; L. Brand, Secretary and Cashier. 

FRANKLIN SPAR AND BAU VEREIN.— Organized 
December 6, 1875. Office, 539 California street. 

Objects : To raise funds, and make loans among 
its members, thus enabling them to acquire and 
improve real estate. 

Officers. — George Lang, President; J. D. G. Hoff- 
man, Vice-President; Hugo Pfersdorff, Secretary; 
Otto Fauss, Treasurer. 

FRENCH MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION— Organized June 14, 1875. Meetssecond 
Monday of each month at Y. M. C. A. Building, 232 
Sutter street. Objects : To accumulate a fund by 
monthly subscriptions, etc., and loan the same upon 
such security and in such manner as the Directors 
may prescribe to its stockholders, to aid them in 
acquiring and improving real estate. 

Officers. — Emanuel Raas, President ; Isaac Upham, 
Vice-President ; Henry Barroilhet, Treasurer ; L. L. 
Dennery, Secretary. Office, 729 Montgomery street, 
room 4. 

FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT SAVINGS AND 
LOAN SOCIETY— Incorporated February 1, 1860. 
Reorganized December 30, 1878. Paid-up capital, 
$79,000. Office, 534 California street. 

Officers. — F. Perrin, President ; L. Mejassen, Vice- 
President ; G. Touchard, Theo. Leroy, H. Barroilhet, 
P. Fleury, H. Compte, Jr., and T. C. Sala, Trustees. 



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GARDENERS' AND RANCHERS* ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized August 15, 1874. Number of members, 
seventy-eight. Meets last Saturday of each month, 
at 106 Pacific street. 

Officers. — L. Peri, President ; P. Isola, Vice-Presi- 
dent; F. G. Piccaroli, Secretary; T. Lacoste, Treas- 
urer. 

GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.— In- 
corporated February 10, 1868. Capital stock, $400,000. 
Office, 526 California street. 

Officers. — L. Gottig, President ; George Lette, Sec- 
retary. 

GOLDEN GATE MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized September, 1877. Office 320 Sansome street, 
room 8. Objects: To raise funds by installments and 
to make loans thereof to its members. 

Officers. — I. Gutte, President; Rudolf Jordan, 
Vice-President ; Otto Esche, Secretary ; Anglo-Cali- 
fornian Bank, Treasurer. 

GROCERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organized 
April 1, 1871. Meets second Wednesday of each 
month at Huddy's Hall, 909 Js Market street. 

This is an association of retail grocers, organized 
for the purpose of protecting its members against bad 
debtors. 

Officers. — James O'Connor, President; F. Eauff- 
mann, Vice-President; M. Lei sen, Secretary; W. 
Fahrenkrug, Treasurer. Office, 605 Cl8y street, room 9. 

GUN CLUB— Organi zed December 19, 1876. Objects; 
To practice pigeon-shooting, and assist in enforcing 
the game law. 

Officers. — W. Mackintosh, President; A. Havens, 
Secretary ; Charles S. Neal, Treasurer. 

HAT FINISHERS' ASSOCIATION.— Organized Feb- 
ruary 8, 1853. Meetings held quarterly. Number of 
members, twenty. 

Officers. — Andrew Jackson, President ; Barnard Le- 
vy, Secretary ; Frederick Sierp, Treasurer. 

HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY THE. 
— Office, northeast corner of Montgomery and Market 
streets. 

Officers.— M. D. Sweeny, President; Robert J. To- 
bid, Secretary and Treasurer. 

HOME AND LOAN ASSOCIATES.— Organized Au- 
gust, 1875. Office, 320 Sansome street, room 8. Ob- 
jects: To raise funds by installments and to make 
loans thereof to its members. 

Officers.— Louis Jacoby, President; H. Horstman, 
Vice-President; Otto Esche, Secretary ; I. Lowenberg, 
Treasurer. 

HOME BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. — Incorporated 
December, 1880. Office, 240 Montgomery street. The 
object of this Association is to provide aid to its 
members, their heirs or dependents, by a mutual as- 
sociation of persons in good health, in order to 
equalize the risk of accident or mortality, and to fur- 
nish the aid so rendered at the lowest possible cost, 
to its members. The plan of this Association com- 
bines the principles of mutual life companies and co- 
operative or secret societies. 

Officers.— Henry J. Booth, President ; Frank C. Ha- 
vens, Vice-President; Charles H. Fish, Treasurer; 
Andrew S. Brownell, Secretary; Charles N. Ellin- 
wood, M. D., Medical Director. 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.— In- 
corporated November 24, 1869. Office, 18 Geary street- 
Capital, $100,000. Number of shares, one hundred • 
$80,000 paid in. 

Officers.— Adolph C. Weber, President; R. Jordan, 
Vice-President ; Adolph Hartman, Secretary. 

IRON MOLDERS' UNION.— Organized April, 1873. 
Number of members, sixty. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings of each month, at Ixora Hall. 
737 Mission street. Objects: The encouragement and 
advancement of molders and their social elevation. 

Officers. —Joseph E. Ryall, President; George 
Spring, Vice-President ; James Gilleran, Treasurer ; 
Frederick Scofield, Recording Secretary; Frederick 
Wilson, Financial Secretary; Michael Foley, Corre- 
sponding Secretary. 

JOURNEYMEN BOOK BINDERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized August 15, 1875. Number of members, 
forty. Meets first Tuesday of each [month, at 539 
California street. 



Officers.— T. B. Gould, President; John Chipchase 
Vice-President ; Edward Conolly, Secretary; Hi Mars- 
den, Treasurer. 

JOURNEYMEN SHIPWRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION — 
Organized April 1, 1857. Re-organized April 23, 1863. 
Number of members, three hundred. Meet second 
and fourth Thursday of each month at Sanders' Hall 
71 New Montgomery street. The object of this asso- 
ciation is to procure a fair and uniform rate of wage6 
for the trade. 

Officers.— Charles Mellish, President- J. G. Martin 
Treasurer ; M. Campbell, Secretary. 

LA SOLIDARITE.— Incorporated December, 1868. 
Office, 729 Montgomery street. The object of this As- 
sociation is to secure to the families, or heirs of de- 
ceased members, a cash payment of as many dollars 
as there are members ; number of members, one thou- 
sand. 

Officers.— J. H. Blood. President; A. Fenkhausen and 
A. Haas, Vice-Presidents ; C. Maubec, Secretary; The- 
odore Le Roy, Treasurer. 

LEAGUE OF FREEDOM.— Organized June 19, 1874. 
Meets annually (no specified place) . Office of Secre- 
tary, 605 Clay street, room 9. Object: Mutual protec- 
tion against any infringement unon personal rights of 
members. 

Officers.— Charles Kohler, President; Julius Buh- 
lert, Secretary ; John Siebe, Treasurer. 

LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organ- 
ized September 1, 1872. Number of members, one 
hundred and twenty-five. Meets the third Tuesday 
of each month, at 71 New Montgomery street. Ob- 
jects: For mutual benevolent purposes only, in aiding 
and assisting its sick members and burying the dead. 

Officers.— Andrew C. Freese, President ; John Dwy- 
er. Secretary ; George McDonald, Treasurer. 

MASONIC SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK.— Incor- 
porated November 4, 1869. Office, 6 Post street. Capi- 
tal, $150,000. Number of shares, three hundred. In 
process of liquidation. 

Officers.— Peter Dean, President ; Francis Smith, 
Vice-President; H. T. Graves, Secretary. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— Incor- 
porated June 1, 1868. Capital, $250,000. Office, Mer- 
chant's Exchange Building, California street, between 
Montgomery and Sansome. The object of this corpor- 
ation is the promotion of the interest of trade and 
commerce. 

Officers.— James C. Patrick, President ; Joseph A. 
Coolidge, Secretary ; Moses Heller, Charles G. Hook- 
er, Charles Meyer, Charles Mayne, James C. Patrick, 
J. C. Merrill and R. G. Sneath, Trustees. 

METROPOLITAN LOAN ASSOCIATION.— Djcor- 
porated February, 1876. Meets first Monday of each 
month, at 320 Sansome street, room 8. Objects: To 
raise funds by installments and to make loans thereof 
to its members. 

Officers.— Julius Bandmann, President • D. Stern 
Vice-President; Julius Jacobs, Treasurer ; Otto Esche' 
Secretary. 

MILKMEN'S MUTUAL AID AND PROTECTIVE AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized December 10, 1874. Meets 
every Friday afternoon at 35 Eddy street. 

Objects: To enable its members to buy feed, stock, 
and all they consume on advantageous terms; to pro- 
tect them from wroug by their employees and the per- 
sons with whom they deal, and against customers who 
are delinquent fh paying their bills. 

Board of Directors.— G. C. Smart, F. L. Such, J. D 
Daley, J. A. Roy, and C. W. Taber. G. C. Smart, 
President ; A. T. Noble, Secretary. 

MINERS' (THE) ASSOCIATION — Organized Octo- 
ber 1, 1876. Office, 320 Sansome street, room 23. Ob. 
jects: Protection of members and mine owners from 
encroachments on their rights. 

Officers. — Hamilton Smith, Jr., President; L. L. 
Robinson, Vice-President ; Walter A. Skidmore, Sec- 
retary; Lazard Freres, Treasurer. 

MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 
—Incorporated November 7, 1874. Capital stock, 
$1,000,000, in five thousand shares of $200 each. Meets 
first Tuesday of each month at Young Men's Chris- 
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Objects : To raise funds in shares payable in peri- 
odical installments, and to make loans to its mem- 
bers for the purpose of aiding them in acquiring and 
improving real-estate. 

Officers.— H. Levy, President ; W. B. Bradbury .Vice- 
President; Ferdinand Toklas, Secretary ; A. E. Hecht, 
Treasurer. 

MUTUAL REAL ESTATE CO.— Incorporated March 
11, 1869. Office, 320 Sansome street. Meets at the call 
of the President. 

Objects: To purchase and sell real estate. 

Officers. — Thomas Anderson, President; Wallace 
Everson, Vice-President; William Stuart, Secretary; 
George W. McNear, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized March, 1875. Meets first Wednesday of 
each month at Y M. C. A. Hall, 232 Sutter street. 
Number of shares, five thousand. 

Object : To grant loans to members to enable them 
to provide themselves with homesteads. 

Officers. — Jules Cerf, President; J. Bauni, Vice- 
President ; L. L. Dennery, Secretary ; Matthias Mey- 
er, Treasurer. Office of Secretary, 729 Montgomery. 

PACIFIC STOCK AND EXCHANGE BOARD.— 
Meetings held daily, morning and afternoon, at 316 
Montgomery street, between California and Pine 
streets. 

Officers. — Charles L. Weller. President; A. J. 
Moulder, Vice-President ; Frank L. Unger, Secretary; 
R. C. Tobin, Treasurer ; Joseph Tilden, Chairman. 

PAINTERS' CO-OPERATIVE LEAGUE. — Organ- 
ized 1880. Meets every Tuesday evening at 727 Mar- 
ket street. Object: Mutual protection. 

Officers. — John O. Ralston, President ; F. G.James, 
Secretary: R. J. Getz, Treasurer and Manager. 

PAINTERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organized 
July, 28, 1878. Number of members, three hundred. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Huddy's Hall, 909 % 
Market. 

Officers.— Thomas Poyser, President ; W. J. Walsh, 
Vice-President ; Joseph H. Costello, Recording Secre- 
tary ; W. C. McColloch, Financial Secretary; H. Bat- 
tu, Treasurer. 

POULTRY AND GAME DEALERS' PROTECTIVE 
SOCIETY.— Organized May, 1876. Incorporated June, 
1877. Number of members forty. Meets second 
Tuesday of every month at Y. M. C. A. Hall, 232 Sut- 
ter street. 

Officers.— R. D. Mowry, President ; H. B. Hixson, 
Vice-President ; J. J. Horan, Secretary ; F. N. Woods, 
Treasurer. 

REAL ESTATE AND LANDLORDS' UNION— Or- 
ganized May, 1878. Number of members, three hun- 
dred and fifty. Office, 523 Kearny. Objects: Mu- 
tual protection of landlords and tenants, and more 
especially to combine all the elements of attack upon 
the present high rate of taxes and assessments. 

Officers.— L. R. Townsend, President; L. C. Babin, 
Vice-President ; H. Andrews, Secretary; David Por- 
ter, Treasurer. 

RIGGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. — Organized De- 
cember 17, 1873. Number of members one hundred 
and twenty. Meets first Wednesday of each month at 
614 Howard street. 

Officers.— Frank York, President; George Notley, 
Vice-President ; Edward Daw, Secretary ; Henry Wal- 
lace, Treasurer. 

RIGGERS' AND STEVEDORES' UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized July 25, 1853, for the regulation of 
wages and the protection of each other. Niimber of 
members two hundred. Meets every Monday evening 
at 429 Pacific street. 

Officers.— John Forbes, President ; Thomas Bryant, 
Vice-President ; F. E. Durham. Recording Secretary • 
John Band, Financial Secretary; John D. Lottge' 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF PROVISION PACK- 
ERS.— Organized September 1, 1874. Meets first Mon- 
day of each month. Objects: Mutual benefit of the 
members, and to promote the interests of the trade 
generally. Office of Secretary, 517 Washington street. 

Officers.— R. F. Bunker, President ; Frank Ross- 
bachj Secretary; William L. Merry, Treasurer. 



SAN FRANCISCO CLEARING HOUSE.— Office 211 
Sansome street. A. McKinlay, President; James S. 
Hutchinson, Secretary ; A. McKinlay, Thomas Brown, 
A. Scrivener and Howard Havens, Committee; Charles 
Sleeper, Manager. 

SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL ASSOCIATION.— Or- 
ganized October 5, 1869. Number of members about 
twenty-five. Meets in the different offices of the 
members the second Monday evening in each month. 
Object: The promotion of the dental profession. 

Officers.— A.Warner, President ; L. Bush, Vice-Presi- 
dent; S. E. Knowles, Secretary ; J. J. Birge, Treasurer 
and Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized November 19, 1878. Num- 
ber of members twenty. Meets second Tuesday of 
each month. Objects: The advancement of medical 
science and the unity of the honJceopathic profession. 

Officers. — H. H. Ingerson. M. D., President ; F. A. 
De Derky, M. D., Vice-President; W. A. Ely, M. D., 
Secretary. Office, 109 Powell street. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized February 4, 1868. Number of members 
one hundred. Meetings held at Improved Order of 
Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street, on the second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month, at eight o'clock 
P. M. Objects of this society: 

First — The cultivation and advancement of the sci- 
ence, by united exertions for mutual improvement 
and contributions to medical literature. 

Second — The promotion of the character, interests, 
and honor of the fraternity, by maintaining the union 
and harmony of the regular profession of the city and 
its vicinity, and aiming to elevate the standard of 
medical education. 

Third — The separation of regular from irregular 
practitioners. 

Fourth — The association of the profession proper 
for purposes of mutual recognition and fellowship. 

Officers. — O. O. Burgess, M. D., President; John 
Wagner, M. D., First Vice-President ; A. Chase, M. D., 
Second Vice-President ; W. H. A. Hodgdon, M. D., Re- 
cording Secretary; G. J. Fitzgibbon, M. D., Assistant 
Recording Secretary ; T. J. Le Tourneux, M. D., Cor- 
responding Secretary; H. S. Baldwin, M. D., Treas- 
urer ; C. G. Kenyon, M. D.. Librarian and Curator. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE.— Orga- 
nized September 15, 1867. Number of members one 
hundred and eighty-four. Meets daily at half past 
ten o'clock A. M.. northeast corner of Davis and Clay 
streets. Object: To promote the interest and conve- 
nience of dealers in domestic produce. 

Officers. — Charles Clayton, President ; Andrew McF. 
Davis, Vice President ; W. H.Walker, Secretary; E. 
Ransom, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION.— Incorporated 
June 18, 1862. Office 532 California street, corner of 
Webb. This incorporation now holds deposits to the 
amount of $9,950,169.94, and has a paid-up guarantee 
capital and reserve fund of $455,868.55, which sum ig 
increased each half year. The guarantee capital and 
reserve fund cannot be withdrawn, nor can they be 
diminished, except in payment of losses, and they 
form an absolute security to depositors for their de- 
posits and declared dividends. 

Officers. — James De Fremery, President; Albert 
Miller, Vice President ; Lovell White, Cashier and . 
Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SHIP CALKERS' ASSOCIATION. 
—Organized October 23, 1878. Number of members 
one hundred and eighty-four. Meets at call of the 
President at 44 Spear street. 

Officers.— Thomas Cavanagh, President ; Edward 
Duncan. Vice-President ; Thomas Cusack, Secretary;' 
Cornelius Reagan, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE 
BOARD.— Organized September 11, 1862. Meetings 
held daily at eleven o'clock. A. M., and three o'clock 
P. M., at 333 Pine, between Montgomery and Sansome 
streets. 

Officers.— George T. Marye, Jr., President ; Henry 
Schmieden, Vice-President ; B. H, Coit, Chairman j 
J. M. Shotwell, Treasurer; Charles S. Neal, Secretary. 



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SAN FRANCISCO TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO. 
21.— Organized 1868. Number of members, two hun- 
dred and fifty. Meets at call of President. 

Officers.— L. P. Ward, President; H. Bennett, Sec- 
retary. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.— Incorporated 
July 23, 1857 ; re-incorporated December 12, 1865. 
Office, 619 Clay street. 

The object for ■which this society is formed, is, that 
by means of it depositors may find a secure and profit- 
able investment for small savings. Deposits received 
from $2 50 up to any amount. Reserve fund, $456,- 
728.82. Capital paid in, $580,000, 

Officers. — John Brickell, President ; Cyrus W. Car- 
many, Cashier and Secretary. 

SCAVENGERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized 
August 17, 1879. Meets first Saturday of each 
month at their rooms 429 Broadway. Number of 
members one hundred and fifty. Objects; To amel- 
iorate the individual and social condition of its mem- 
bers through union and mutual protection in their 
trade ; to seek with honest and legal means to f acili- 
itate and ameliorate their business, in order to ob- 
tain their principal object, the welfare and prosperity 
of its members. . 

Officers. — Augustino Calamira, President; S. Deneri, 
Vice-President ; G. B. Solari, Secretary; A. Deluchi, 
Treasurer. 

SEAMAN'S BOARDING MASTERS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized January 1, 1873. Objects: Mutual pro- 
tection and support, and to sustain the United States 
Shipping Law, approved June 7, 1872. All sailor 
boarding-house keepers, duly licensed under the laws 
of the State of California, may become members. The 
society now numbers twenty-five. Meets first Monday 
of each month at 603 Front street. 

Officers. — Thomas Chandler, President; Edwin 
Lewis, Vice-President; Richard Chute, General Man- 
ager. 

SEAMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION OF SAN FRAN- 
CISCO.— Organized February 1, 1878. Incorporated 
May 11, 1878. Number of members, eleven hundred. 
Meets every other Friday evening at 54 Sacramento 
street. 

Officers.— James Carr, President; O. Swenkanson, 
Vice-President ; J. D. Griffiths, Recording Secretary; 
James Carr, Treasurer. 

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK.— Incorporated March, 
1871. Capital stock, $300,000. Office, 215 Sansome 
street. 

Officers. — (Vacant), President :' Jerome Lincoln, 
Vice-President ; Winfield S. Jones, Secretary. 

SHIP AND STEAMBOAT JOINERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Organized March 21, 1857. Re-organized 
June 3, 1864. Meets second Friday of each month at 
place designated in call. 

Officers. — Peter R. Black, President j T. F. Cranmer, 
Vice-President ; James D. Galloway, Secretary. 

SOCIETE CULINAIRE COSMOPOLITE DE SE- 
COURS MUTUEL.— Organized Sept. 4, 1876. Num- 
ber of members, fifty-eight. Meets first Monday of 
every month at 508 Bush street. 

Officers. — August Portal, President; Henry Le Clair, 
Vice-President; Henry F. Tyson, Secretary; Joseph 
Mouthon, Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF GERMAN PHYSICIANS.— Organized 
1869. Number of members, thirteen. Meets first 
Tuesday of each month at eight o'clock P. M., at 29 
Kearny street. 

Object: Advancement of medical science. 

Officers. — AdolphBarkan, M. D,, President ; Adolph 
Aronstein, M. D., Secretary. 

STONE CUTTERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.— 
Organized May, 1863. Number of members, one 
hundred and tnirty-five. Meets first Wednesday of 
each month, at Irish-American Hall, 818 Howard 
street. 

Officers. — Peter Hopkins, President ; William Lewis, 
Vice-President ; Francis McLaughlin, Corresponding 
Secretary ; James McFarland, Treasurer. 

TAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION.— Organized Sep- 
tember 29, 1873. Number of members, one hundred. 
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Humboldt Hall, southwest corner of Morton and 
Kearny streets. Objects: The better protection of the 
trade and to promote the interests of its members. 

Officers.— Peter 8hultzberg, President ; John Petch, 
Vice-President; Charles J. Anderson, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Louis Bruneiti, Treasurer. 

TRADER8' ASSOCIATION.— Organized May 13, 
1862. Meets quarterly. 

Officers. — Charles Kohler, President ; Fabian Joost 
and Nicholas Bruns, Vice-Presidents ; A. A. Hobe, 
Secretary ; John Wieland, Treasurer. 

UNITED WORKINGMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE BOOT 
AND SHOE MANUFACTURING CO.— Incorporated 
January 13, 1868. Number of members, thirty. Capi- 
tal, $80,000. Office and depot, 416 Market street. 

Officers. — J. D. Sullivan, President ; John Markham, 
Vice-President ; William Rosie, Secretary ; Dennis 
McCarthy, Treasurer. 

WAITERS' COSMOPOLITAN SOCIETY OF CALI- 
FORNIA.— Meets first Tuesday of each month at San 
Francisco office, 508 Bush street (Cafe' Lafayette). 
Number of members twenty-five. 

Officers.— Charles Pinot, President; A. Jourdain, 
Vice-President; Jean L. Bordes, Treasurer ; Henry F. 
Tyson, Secretary. 



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ADELPHI SOCIETY.— Organized June 30, 1874. 
Number of members, about forty. Meets every Fri- 
day evening during the term of college, at Academy of 
Sciences Hall, southwest corner California and Du- 
pont streets. 

This society was organized by the students of the 
California College of Pharmacy, for the especial pur- 
pose of discussing the lectures of <the faculty, and 
their mutual improvement in matters appertaining to 
pharmacy. 

Officers. — Fred. Graser, Ph. D., President ; Charles 
Elwert, Ph. D., Vice-President ; Samuel Oberdiener, 
Secretary ; John Perry, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.— Organ- 
ized April 22, 1853. Number of members, five hun- 
dred. Academy Building, southwest corner of Cali- 
fornia and Dupont streets. 

Officers and Council. — Prof. George Davidson, 
President; J. P. Moore, First Vice-President; Her- 
mann Behr, SecondVice-President; S.B. Christy, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Charles G. Yale, Recording Sec- 
retary; Elisha Brooks, Treasurer; C. Troyer, Libra- 
rian ; W. G. W. Harford, Director of Museum; B. B. 
Redding, Robert E. C. Stearns, William Ashburner, 
Thomas P. Madden, George E. Gray, J. M. McDonald, 
and Ralph C. Harrison, Trustees. Secretary's address, 
Charles G. Yale, Mining and Scientific Press, 414 
Clay street. 

Curators — Dr. Albert Kellogg, Botany; Dr. A. B. 
Stout. Entomology and Osteology; Henry Chapman, 
Mammals and Birds; W. N. Lockington, Fishes, Rep- 
tiles, Crustacea, and Radiates; Herman Behr, Ento- 
mology; Josiah Keep, Conchology ; Amos Bowman, 
Geology and Palaentology; C. D. Gibbes, Mineral- 
ogy. 

Committee on Publication ^Robert E. C. Stearns, 
George Davidson, and Charles G. Yale. 

The regular stated meetings of the Academy are 
held on the first and third Mondays of each month. 
The regular stated meetings of the Board of Trustees 
and meetings of the Council take place twice a 
month. 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. -Incorpo- 
rated July 14, 1870. Number of members, fifty. An- 
nual meeting at College of Santa Clara, on day of 
commencement. Objects: Cultivation of the history, 
antiquities, and ethnography of the west coast of 
America, and the publication of early relations and 
documents connected therewith. Rooms, 323 Cali- 
fornia street. 

Officers. — Rev. A. Varsi, Charles H. Sawyer, Tibur- 
cio Parrott, and John T. Doyle, Trustees; Ralph 0. 
Harrison, secretary. 

CALIFORNIA PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY AND 
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.— The society was incor- 



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porated December 10, 1871. The college was incorpo- 
rated August 7, 1872, and affiliated with the Univer- 
sity of California June 18, 1873. The society and 
college were consolidated January, 1878. Lectures 
given at the Hall of Academy of Sciences, southwest 
corner of California and Dupont streets, for a term of 
six months, commencing Tuesday, May 3d, 1881. 

The main object of the institution is to unite the 
apothecaries of this State in organized efforts to ele- 
vate the standing of those engaged in the profession, 
by raising the qualification of its members. This is 
sought to be accomplished by giving instruction, by 
lectures and otherwise, in those branches of science 
on which depend the practice of pharmacy. Four 
chairs have been established in the College, viz., 
Chemistry, Botany, Materia Medica and Pharmacy. 
The society meets quarterly or oftener for the discus- 
sion of topics of scientific and practical interest to 
the pharmacist. 

Officers.— Emlen Painter, President; S. A, McDon- 
nell, First Vice-President; J. H. Dawson, Second Vice- 
President ; E. A. Schreck, Recording and Correspond- 
ing Secretary; William J. Bryan, Treasurer; William 
M. Searby, Editor; P. L. Vreeland, Librarian and Cu- 
rator ; Emlen Painter, S. A. McDonnell, John Cal- 
vert, A. L. Lengfeld, E. A. 8chreck, Fred. C. Keil and 
William J. Bryan, Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA RIFLE ASSOCIATION. — Incorpor- 
ated June. 1875. Objects : To encourage rifle prac- 
tice ; to promote a system of armory drill and target 
firing among the National Guard; and to provide a 
suitable range for the use of the members' of the As- 
sociation. Office, 523 Pine street. 

Officers.— Gen. John McComb, President; Major A. 
F. Klose, Vice-President; Sergeant Ed. J. Smith, Sec- 
retary; Colonel A. Andrews, Treasurer; Lieut. C. P. 
Le Breton, Capt. J. H. Robertson, Lieut. M. N. Lau- 
fenberg, Major A. F. Klose, Capt. John F. McMenomy, 
Lieut. John P. Warren, Capt. A, J. Fritz and Corporal 
T. E. Carson, Directors. 

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS.- 
Incorporated March, 1876. Objects: To educate Cali- 
fornia boys and girls in the mechanical arts and 
trades. Has an endowment of $475,000, left by James 
Lick, which has not yet been paid over. 

Officers— Horace Davis. William Ashburner, Lor- 
enzo Sawyer, J. D. B. Stillman, and A. S. Hallidie, 
Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA STATE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY— 
Incorporated December 27, 1876. Number of mem- 
bers, sixty. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each 
month, at rooms of State Mining Bureau, 313 Pine 
street. Object: To make a Pacific Coast geological 
collection, to be offered to the State of California 
gratis, upon such terms and conditions as the Society 
may determine, and as may be agreed upon, and to 
encourage the study of geology in all its branches. 

Officers.— Henry G. Hanks, President; F. Vassault, 
Vice-President; S. Heydenfeldt, Jr., Secretary. 



"CALIFORNIA STATE HORTICULTURAL SO- 
CIETY.— Organized September. 1879. Number of 
members, one hundred. Meetings held the last Fri- 
day of each month at rooms of the Academy of Sci- 
ences, southwest corner of California and Dupont. 
Objects: To promote the science and practice of hor- 
ticulture in all its branches. Secretary's office, 414 
Clay street. 

Officers.— E. W. Hilgard, Berkeley, President; J. V. 
Webster, Fruit Vale, Vice-President ; G. P. Rixford, 
San Francisco, Treasurer; E. J. Wickson, San Fran- 
cisco, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA WING SHOOTING CLUB.— Organ- 
ized 1871. Number of members, twenty-two. Meets 
monthly at law office of Robinson, Olney and Byrne, 
310 Pine street. 

Officers.— Crittenden Robinson, President ; M. W. 
Stackpole, Vice-President; C. H. Catton, Secretary ; 
H. J. Brand, Treasurer. 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC. — Organized February, 1876. Meets third 
Tuesday of February, May, August and November, at 
rooms 418 California street. Object: Mutual im- 
provement. 

Officers.— Louis L. Bromwell, President j George A. 
Grant, Vice-President; James W. Staples, Secretary 



and Treasurer; George W. Spencer, C. Mason Einne 
and E. W. Carpenter, Executive Committee. 

HASTINGS' DEBATING SOCIETY. — Organized 
September 1, 1878. Number of members, about sev- 
enty- Meets at Academy of Sciences, corner of Cali- 
fornia and Dupont streets, every Thursday evening. 

Officers. — H. H. Davis, President; J. Rosenthal, 
Vice-President ; J. P. Kelly, Recording Secretary ; A. 
W. Kaplan, Corresponding Secretary; D. I. Mahoney, 
Treasurer. 

JUNIOR PHILHISTORIAN SOCIETY.— Organized 
October, 1877. Meets every Monday afternoon at St. 
Ignatius College. 

Officers. — J. J. Cunningham. S. J., President ; Jo- 
seph A. McGeary, Vice-President ; Joseph A. Lynch. 
Recording Secretary; F. P. Hughes, Corresponding 
Secretary; M. J. Kast, Treasurer ; S. Vulicevich, Li- 
brarian. 

LIGUE NATIONALE FRANCAISE.— Organized Au- 
gust 4, 1871. Meets third Monday of each month, at 
120 Sutter street. Objects: To promote friendship, 
harmony, and intelligence among the French resi- 
dents of California, and enable them to co-operate in 
enterprises of general importance. 

Officers. — Daniel Levy, President; E. Raae, First 
Vice-President; Henry Payot, Second Vice-President ; 
Paul Husson, Treasurer ; C. Meyer, and R. Blum, Sec- 
retaries. 

The library belonging to the society contains about 
eleven thousand volumes, all voluntary donations. 
Any person may have access to the readi ng room, being 
acceptable to the Board of Trustees and paying an 
initiatory fee of one dollar, and fifty cents monthly, 
due in advance. Open every day from twelve to six 
o'clock P.M., and from half-past seven to ten o'clock 
P. M., except Sundays and legal holidays. 

Officers. — Daniel Levy, Librarian; Emile Marque, 
Second Librarian; P. Husson, Treasurer ; E. Francoz, 
Secretary. 

MARINERS' FREE READING ROOM.— Northeast 
corner of Sacramento and Drumm streets. Estab- 
lished March 21, 1876, for the purpose of affording 
mariners visiting this port, and others, opportunity of 
reading the local, Eastern, and foreign newspapers, 
and periodicals, free of charge. A library is also in 
course of formation, towards which already over five 
hundred volumes have been donated. 

Officers. — Henry Chester, President; Charles Ferris, 
Treasurer; W. D. Bishop, Secretary and Librarian. 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.— Organized March 29, 
1855. Location, 27 Post street. 

The objects of this institute are the establishment 
of a library, reading room, collection of a cabinet, 
scientific apparatus, works of art, and other literary 
and scientific purposes. The society has a Reading 
Room well supplied with the leading scientific and 
literary periodicals of the day.and a valuable library 
containing thirty thousand volumes, including many 
rare scientific works. Among these is a complete set 
of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Soci- 
ety, the full collection of Annales des Ponts et Chaus- 
sees, the full set of British Patent Office Reports (three 
thousand five hundred volumes) , Dingler's Polytech- 
nisches Journal, Poggendorf's Annalen, Guy's Hos- 
pital Reports, etc., etc. Any person may become a 
member, being acceptable to the Board of Trustees, 
and paying an initiation fee of one dollar, and one 
dollar and fifty cents quarterly dues in advance. 

Officers.— G. B. Cornwall, President; A. W. Star- 
bird, Vice-President ; J. A. Bauer, Treasurer ; James 
Spiers, Corresponding Secretary; E. Fretwell, Re- 
cording Secretary ; Horace Wilson, Librarian ; Arthur 
Jellison and J. S. Harville, Assistant Librarians. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.— Organ- 
ized January 24, 1853. New Mercantile Library Build- 
ing, north side of Bush street, between Sansome and 
Montgomery. 

The rooms of the association are commodious and 
well arranged. The library contains about fifty-two 
thousand volumes, and the reading rooms are amply 
supplied with papers and magazines from the Eastern 
States and Europe. The terms of membership are 
one dollar initiation fee, and three dollars per quarter 
in advance. 

Officers.— Edward Gray Stetson, President; J. H. 
Wildes, Vice-President j Albert Gerberding, Record- 



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ing Secretary ; William J. Dutton, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; Henry Molineaux, Treasurer • A. E. Whitaker, 
Librarian ; L. B. Wetherbee and G. Schwartzman, Jr., 
Assistant Librarians : John Williams, Collector. 

MILITARY LIBRARY.— Incorporated January 3, 
1873 , for the purpose of acquiring, preserving and con- 
ducting a public library, to consist chiefly of books, 
magazines and newspapers of a military character. 
There are one thousand volumes and two hundred 
maps. 

Officers. — John Mc^omb, Archibald Wason, George 
W. Granniss.W.R. Smedberg, Sheldon I. Kellogg, Jr., 
Samuel W. Backus, Charles M. Gilmore, David Wilder 
and P. R. O'Brien, Directors ; John McComb, Presi- 
dent; David Wilder, Secretary and Librarian. Office 
328 Montgomery street, room 21. 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST.— Or- 
ganized July 11, 1875. This Society is composed en- 
tirely of young men native to the State and born 
since July 7, 1846, the day upon •which the American 
flag was raised at Monterey by Commodore Sloat, and 
has for its object, aside from its social character, the 
preservation of the traditions inseparably bound up 
in the pioneer history of the State. 

A Grand Lodge was instituted in December, 1878, 
which will hereafter meet annually in June. 

Officers. — Frank J. Higgins, Grand President ; F. D. 
Ryan, Grand Vice-President ; Joseph Becht, Grand 
Treasurer ; H. Lunstedt, Grand Secretary ; A. L. Sam- 
son, Grand Lecturer; Frank G. Wisker, Grand Chap- 
lain. 

One subordinate Parlor has been organized in 
San Francisco, viz : 

Parlob No. 1. — Meets every Thursday evening at 
Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred. 

ODD FELLOW8' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION — 
Organized December 30, 1854. Rooms, 325 Montgom- 
ery street. 

The library contains nearly thirty-eight thousand 
volumes in the various departments of literature, in- 
cluding one of the most extensive collections of 
works on the early history of the Pacific Coast. It 
also contains what is believed to be the most com- 
plete and valuable cabinet of minerals, etc., in the 
State. 

Officers. — Colin M. Boyd, President j Daniel Mc- 
Laren, Vice-President ; E. W. Nohl, Recording Secre- 
tary; L. L. Dennery, Corresponding Secretary; Wil- 
liam H. Watson, Treasurer ; George A. Carnes, Libra- 
rian ; Thomas Cleary, and Henry C. Johnson, Assist- 
ant Librarians. 

PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA.— This 
Order was first organized in Philadelphia in 1847. In 
1866 the Order was reorganized and placed upon a 
more substantial basis, and its membership now seek 
to locate a camp in every town in the United States. 
It has for its objects the inculcation of pure Ameri- 
can principles ; the opposition to foreign interference 
with State interests in the United States of America ; 
the cultivation of a fraternal and brotherly love ; the 
preservation of the Constitution of the United States, 
and the propagation of free education. 

Five Camps of the Order have been established in 
this city, viz. : 

Washington Camp, No. 1.— Instituted October 7, 
1877. Meets every Tuesday evening at Washington 
Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Washington Camp, No. 2.— Instituted April 11, 1878. 
Meets every Monday at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy 
street. 

Washington Camp, No. 4.— Instituted May 30, 1879. 
Meets every Wednesday at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy 
street, 

Washington Camp. No. 7, — Instituted December 18, 

1879. Meets every Thursday evening at Washington 
Hall, 35 Eddy street. 

Washington Camp No. 9.— Instituted May 23, 1880. 
Meets every Wednesday evening at King's Hall, 2131 
Mission street. 

Golden Gate Commandeky. — Blue Degree, or high- 
est branch of the Order — was instituted December 14, 

1880. Meets every Friday at Washington Hall, 35 



Eddy street. A. T. Enos, Commander; G. L. Mer- 
guire, Scribe. 

State Camp. — Was instituted December 15, 1880. 

State Officers.— Jacob F. -Miller, Past President; C. 
L. Weller, President ; George West, Vice-President ; 

A. W. Craig, M. of F. and C. ; A. K. Hollis, Secretary. 
Office, 2208 Mission street. 

PEOPLE'S FREE LIBRARY, THE— Organized 1879. 
Location north side of Bush street, between Kearny 
and Dupont streets. 

This institution was provided for in the Act passed 
by the Legislature of 1877-8, authorizing the creation 
and maintenance of free libraries, and empowering 
the Supervisors to levy a tax of not exceeding one 
mill on the dollar for their support. This provision 
in the city of San Francisco would permit of ap- 
propriations to the amount of $250,000 annually, but 
in view of the burden of the already large rate of 
taxation, the appropriation for the fiscal year was 
fixed at $26,000. Pacific Hall, on Bush street, was 
selected for the library. Albert Hart was appointed 
Librarian, and $9,45C worth of books purchased, and 
others donated, and on the evening of June 7, 1879, 
the library was formally opened. It contained at 
that time about 6,162 volumes, magazines, periodi- 
cals not included, together with a newspaper depart- 
ment, embracing papers from every county of the 
State, and from all the States and Territories of the 
Pacific Coast. Such is a synopsis of the beginning 
of the Free Public Library. During the past year, 
the library has been improved in every department, 
and 35,000 new books purchased and added to the 
already large collection, and the facilities for circu- 
lating the same greatly improved. The library is 
open for reading from 9;30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. 

Officers.— George H. Rodgers, President; Andrew 
J. Moulder, Secretary; F. B. Perkins, Librarian; T. 

B. Bishop, John S. Hager, A. S. Hallidie, Charles 
Kohler, J. H. McDonald, George H. Rodgers, E. D. 
Sawyer, Irving Scott, Charles C. Terrill, R. H. Tobin 
and John H. Wise, Trustees. 

PHILHISTORIAN DEBATING SOCIETY.— Organ- 
ized October, 1863. Number of members, twenty. 
Meets every Wednesday afternoon at St. Ignatius Col- 
lege. 

Officers.— M. J. Shallo, S. J., President; James D. 
Phelan, Vice-President; John J. Montgomery, Secre- 
tary ; Joseph J. Dunne, Treasurer ; Joseph Hughes, 
Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
March 28, 1871. Objecte: The promotion of painting, 
sculpture, and fine arts akin thereto, the diffusion of 
a cultivated taste for art in the community at large, 
and the establishment of an academy or school of de- 
sign. Membership in this society, which has now 
about six hundred contributing, one hundred and 
fifty life, and nine honorary members, is open to 
all lovers of art. Regular members' meetings held 
on the fourth Tuesday of March, June, Septem- 
ber, and December, in the rooms of the society, 430 
Pine street. Annual election of officers last Tuesday 
in March of each year. 

Officers— Daniel Cook, President; J. W. Rix and A. 
McF. Davis, Vice-Presidents; Samuel Purdy, Sec- 
retary ; J. R. Martin, Assistant Secretary ; Bank of 
California, Treasurer j Charles F. Crocker, P. A. Fin- 
nigan, Samuel M. Brooks, Robert Johnson, William 
Keith, and Edward L. G. Steele, Board of Directors. 

The School of Design connected with the associa- 
tion was organized December 31, 1873. The school 
has sixty-one pupils. Its affairs are managed by a 
committee of members of the Ait Association. Virgil 
Williams, Director of School. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAR ASSOCIATION. — Organ- 
ized April 20, 1872. Number of members, about 
two hundred. Objects: To maintain the honor and 
dignity of the profession of the law . to increase its 
usefulness in promoting the due administration of 
justice, and to cultivate social intercourse among its 
members. Rooms 634 Sacramento street and 633 Com- 
mercial 6treet. • 

Officers.— H. J. Tilden, President; J. L. Crittenden 
and Joseph Rothschild, Vice-Presidents; A. P. Nee- 
dles, Secretary and Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
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thousand volumes. Rooms 27 and 28 Montgomery 
Block. 

Officers — J. P. Hoge, President ; Joseph W.Winans, 
Treasurer; John De Witt, Secretary and Librarian. 

SAN FRANCISCO LONG RANGE RIFLE CLUB 
(Amateur) .—Organized 1877. Number of members, 
thirty. Shooting every Saturday at range. Bay View, 
where the club has their club house. 

Fred. G. Blinn, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized April 5, 1872. Incorporated August 
30, 1872. Number of active members, thirty. Meets 
first and third Thursdays of each month at 120 Sutter 
street, room 44. Object: The study of microscopical 
science on the Pacific coast. 

Officers. — C. Mason Kinne, President ; William Nor- 
ris, Vice-President ; Charles E. Denison, Recording 
Secretary ; Charles W. Banks, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; George C. Hickox, Treasurer. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS.— Organ- 
ized August, 1850. Rooms, 808 Montgomery street. 

The expressed objects of the society are to collect 
and preserve information connected with the early 
settlement and subsequent conquest of the country, 
and to perpetuate the memory of those whose saga- 
city, energy and enterprise induced them to settle in 
the wilderness and become the founders of a new 
State. All who were in California prior to the 
first day of January, 1850, are eligible to membership. 
Any who have rendered distinguished or important 
servioes to the society or State, may be admitted as 
honorary members. The roll of the society embraces 
the names of over twenty-three hundred members. 
Regular meetings of the society take place on the first 
Monday of each month. Annual election of officers 
on the seventh day of July, the anniversary of the 
conquest of California, and of the raising of the 
American flag on its soil. Annual celebration on the 
ninth of September, the anniversary of the admission 
of California into the Union. The Society is pos- 
sessed of a library, an excellent cabinet of minerals, 
relics of early times, and various other objects of 
interest. 

Officers.— Joseph G. Eastland, President; R. P. 
Johnson, San Francisco, Samuel Purdy, San Fran- 
cisco, John'Strentzel, Martinez, Henry M. Naglee, 
San Jos6, and Alexander Campbell, Oakland, Vice- 
Presidents ; Ferdinand Vassault, Secretary ; How- 
ard Havens, Treasurer • William Huefner, Marshal. 

SOCIETY OF DECORATIVE ART. — Organized 
March, 1881. Meets for the present at the call of 
the President, in the parlors of the Palace Hotel. 
The objects of this society are the establishment of 
rooms for the exhibition and sale of woman's work ; 
the diffusion of a knowledge of decorative art among 
women and their training in artists' industries. To 
maintain a library of hand-books on subjects of Dec- 
orative Art and Design, for the use of members and 
pupils. 

Officers.— Mrs. James R. Pringle, President; Mrs. 
A. McF. Davis, Mrs. Hall McAllister, Mrs. Easton 
and Mrs. J. L. Rathbone, Vice-Presidents ; Mrs. Je- 
rome Lincoln, Treasurer; Miss Thibault, Recording 
Secretary; Miss McLane and Miss Parrott, Corre- 
sponding Secretaries. 

SPORTSMAN'S CLUB OF CALIFORNIA. — Organ- 
ized February, 1876. Incorporated August, 1876. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty. Objects, 
preservation of fish and game, and retention of fishing 
preserves, etc. Office, 320 Sansome street. 

Officers.— A. M. Ebbets, President ■ C. A. Morse, 
Vice-President ; William Stuart, Secretary. 

TERRITORIAL PIONEERS OF CALIFORNIA.— In- 
corporated November 10, 1874. Rooms, 838 Market 
street. The objects of this association are to form 
a more perfect union of the Pioneers of California in 
the bonds of friendship, and to cultivate social inter- 
course between them ; to collect and preserve histor- 
ical facts and information in connection with the early 
and subsequent history of the settlement of the Pa- 
cific Coast ; to form a library for the diffusion of use- 
ful knowledge among its members ; to form a cabinet 
of" such minerals, geological, and other natural sub- 
stances as can be obtained by the association ; to pur- 



sue such literary and scientific objects, by means of 
lectures or otherwise, as shall be deemed expedient 
by the Board of Directors, and to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose wisdom, valor, and enterprise ad- 
vanced civilization to the shores of the Pacific. All 
white males who were in California prior to the ninth 
day of September, 1850, and the male descendants of 
all such, of lawful age, are eligible to membership. 

The library now contains upward of twenty-five 
hundred volumes, and the cabinet for mineralogical, 
geological, and other specimens of California produc- 
tion, is in a very flourishing condition. Board meets 
second Tuesday of each month. '* 

Officers. — David Meeker, President ; William Pear- 
son and Marcus Harloe, Vice-Presidents ; Lowell J. 
Hardy, Jr., Secretary ; Alfred S. Iredale, Treasurer ; 
M. C. Brydges, Marshal. 

UNITED BAR OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organized 
March 8, 1879. Number of members, ninety-five. 

Officers. — H. J. Tilden, President; Eugene M. Deu- 
prey, First Vice-President ; Second Vice-President, 
vacant ; Francis Johnson, Secretary and Treasurer. 

YALE CLUB OF THE PACIFIC COAST.— Organ- 
ized September 1, 1877. Number of members, seventy- 
five. Regular meetings are held on the second Thurs- 
day of January, April, and October, of each year, at 
place that may be designated by the Executive Com- 
mittee. There is also an annual meeting and banquet 
on the second Thursday of December. 

Objects; To promote social intercourse among its 
members ; to revive the memories and cherish the 
spirit of Alma Mater, and to further the interests of 
liberal education upon the Pacific Coast. 

Officers. — John R. Jarboe, President ; Gordon 
Blanding.and Charles Page, Vice-Presidsnts ; Mount- 
ford S. Wilson, Secretary ; Ely I. Hutchinson, Treas- 
urer. 



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AMERICUS CLUB.— Organized February 1, 1871. 
Number of members, fifty. Meets every Monday even- 
ing, at the southwest corner of Third and Howard 
streets. 

Officers.— J. G. Noonan, President; P. F. Casey, 
Secretary. 

APOLLO GLEE SOCIETY.— Organized 1874. Num- 
ber of members, about seventy-five. Meets every* 
Tuesday at 647 Market street. Object: Culture of vocal 
music. 

Officers.— Prof. Martin Schultz. conductor. 

ASSOCIATED VETERANS OF THE MEXICAN 
WAR. — Organized July 2, 1866. Number of members, 
sixty-five. Meets second Thursday of each month, at 
the hall, 516 Bryant street. 

Officers. — L. B. Hopkins, President ; A. Andrews, 
First Vice-President ; Alex. McDonald, Second Vice- 
President ; M. C. Robertson, Secretary ; J. F. Bekeart, 
Treasurer; S. Deal, Marshal. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB. — Incorporated April 9, 1872. 
Number of members, about four hundred. Business 
meetings held second Tuesday in January, April, 
July, and October. Literary and musical meetings 
last Saturday evening of each month, at the rooms, 
430 Pine street. Objects : The promotion of social 
and intellectual intercourse between journalists and 
other writers, artists, actors, and musicians, profes- 
sional and amateur. 

Officers. — Alexander G. Hawes, President ; George 
Chismore, Vice-President ; George W. Beaver, Treas- 
urer; H. J. Brady. Secretary; Fred. L. Castle, C. R. 
Greathouse, H. C. Johannes, Clay M. Green and H.M. 
Bosworth, Directors. 

BREMERVORDE VEREIN.— Organized October 1, 
1872. Number of members, ninety. Meets at Turn 
Verein Hall, 620 Bush street, second Monday of each 
month. 

Officers.— F. C. Siebe, President; John Martens, 
Vice-President ; George E. Gerlach, Secretary ; O. W. 
Lilkendey, Financial Secretary ; C.Dunker, Treasurer. 



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CALEDONIAN CLUB.— Organized November 24, 
1866. Number of members, six hundred and fifty. 
Meets the first and third Fridays of each month, at 
32 O'Farrell street. Objects : Encouragement and 
practice of the games, and preservation of the customs 
and manners of Scotland, and a promotion of a taste 
for ber literature, -music, etc. 

Officers.— Colin M. Boyd, Chief ; John F. Kennedy, 
First Chieftain ; Hugh Fraser, Second Chieftain ; 
Findley Boss, Third Chieftain ; Alex. McLea, Fourth 
Chieftiin ; Alexander McBae, M. D., Physician ; D. A. 
McDonald, Donald Mc Lea, and Angus McLeod, Trus- 
tees. 

CALIFORNIA BASE BALL LEAGUE.— Organized 
1878. Games every 8unday at Recreation Grounds, 
San Francisco. It is composed of the following Clubs: 
Athletic B. B. Club, Knickerbocker B. B. Club and 
Reno B. B. Club. 

Officers.— L. N. David, President; John F. Hen- 
nessy, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA PIONEER COURSING CLUB.— Or- 
ganized February 20, 1867. Number of members. 
forty. Regular meetings held on first Tuesday of 
each month. Location of course, Merced, Merced Co. 

Officers.— James Adams, President; N. Curry, Vice- 
President; T. Tunstead, Treasurer; James Douglass, 
D. W. White, D. A. Macdonald, N. Curry and T. Tun- 
stead, Stewards. 

CALIFORNIA SCHUETZEN CLUB— Organized Jan- 
nary, 1876. Meets at Arion Halle, northeast corner of 
Kearny and Sutter streets, first Wednesday of each 
month. Number of members, thirty. 

Officers. — Philo Jacoby, President; J. H. Shulte, 
Vice-President; F. Freese, Secretary ; A. F. Wieland, 
Treasurer ; J. Stanton, First Shooting Master ; Wil- 
liam Heber, Second Shooting Master. 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S SOCIAL SCIENCE AS- 
SOCIATION.— Organized August 7, 1880. Number of 
members, one hundred. The object of the Associa- 
tion is to promote the social, mental and industrial 
education of women and girls. The following de- 
partments are now open: Women's Exchange, Deco- 
rative Art School ; also classes in French, German, 
Spanish and music. Meetings are held at half-past 2 
P. M., the first and third Saturday of each month, at 
the rooms of the Association, 304 Stockton street. 

Officers.— Mrs. J. W. Stow, President ; Mrs. J. H. 
Smyth.Vice-President ; Miss Isabella G. Prince, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs. J. Tilden Moulton, Treasurer. 

CONCORDIA SOCIETY.— Organized November, 
1864. Number of members, two hundred. Meetings 
held fir6t Tuesday of each month at the rooms, north- 
west corner of O'Farrell and Stockton streets. 

Officers. — Martin Heller, President; E. Emanuel, 
Vice-President ; Charles Hart, Recording Secretary; 
Henry Meyer, Financial Secretary; M. Hyman, Treas- 
urer. 

DANISH SOCIETY (Norden) .—Organized July, 1873. 
Number of members, about one hundred. Meets 
every Tuesday at 73& Howard street. Object: To en- 
courage social and dramatic entertainment. 
• Officers. — L. Laurberg, President; John V. Hoff- 
mann, Recording Secretary ; John Nelson, Financial 
Secretary ; N. P. Peterson, Treasurer; M. P. Soren- 
sen, Director of Amusements ; J. H. Thrane, Libra- 
rian. 

DEUTSCHER VEREIN. — Organized October 2, 
1876. Objects: Social recreation and cultivation of 
music, singing, and German literature among its 
members. Meets second Monday of each month, at 
Club Rooms, 216 Dupont street. 

Officers. — Dr. A. T. Ehrenberg, President ; William 
Hinz, Vice-President; Otto Hundesser, Recording 
Secretary ; M. J. Mertens, Financial Secretary; H. J. 
Brand, Treasurer ; F. C. Bauer, Librarian. 

DIANA CLUB (Sporting) .—Re-organized Septem- 
ber, 1877. Membership, ten. Meets first Thursday of 
each month in the Club rooms, corner of Twenty- 
fourth and Dolores streets. Harry . Edwards, Presi- 
dent ; W. S. Davis, Vice-President; H. A. Parrish, 
Secretary ; Charles Westenhaver, Treasurer. 

DOLPHIN SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB.— Or- 
ganized July. 1877. Number of members, twenty- 
five. Boat house, foot of Montgomery Avenue. 



Officers. — A. F. Wieland, President; Peter Orth, 
Vice-President ; George Katz, Treasurer ; Albert Roth- 
kopf , Captain. 

EL DORADO COUNTY* ASSOCIATION.— Organized 
June 4, 1878. Number of members, twenty-five. An- 
nual reunion held in May. 

Officers.— J. C. Pennie, President ; W. H. Bodfish, 
Secretary ; Dr. J. E. Kunkler, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; Thomas McManns, Treasurer. 

EUREKA TURN VEREIN.— Organized October 26, 
1863. Number of members, one hundred and fifteen. 
Pupils, one hundred and fifty. Regular meetings, 
first Wednesday of each month. Hall, 706 Powell 
street, between California and Pine. 

Officers.— William G. Koch, President j P.H. Kief er, 
Vice-President ; John P. Johannsen, Recording Sec- 
retary ; C. Lucan, Corresponding Secretary ; William 
Wankowski, First Leader; F. H. Lieker, Second 
Leader ; F. Johannsen, Treasurer ; O. H. Lieker, 
Librarian. 

GEORGE T. TRIMBLE ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC COAST.— Organized January 13, 1875. 
Number of members, fifty. This Society is composed 
exclusively of members of the New York Public 
School No. 7, between the years 1826 and 1846. Annual 
meeting and banquet in March or April, the date 
being set in conformity with the same celebration in 
New York City. 

Officers. — H. A. Crane, President; W. H. Bovee and 
H. N. Morse, Vice-Presidents ; H. F. Stivers, 
Secretary ; W. F. Buswell, Treasurer. 

GERMANIA CLUB.— Organized December 12, 1873. 
Number of members, about ninety. Meets every Tues- 
day evening, at 71 New Montgomery street, room 3. 

Officers.— P. F. F. Kohnke, President; G. Kamma, 
Vice-President ; D. Liedemann, Recording Secretary ; 
H. Jansen, Financial Secretary ; A. Bura, Treasurer. 

GOLDEN GATE YACHT CLUB.— Organized Feb- 
ruary 28, 1876. Number of members, fifteen. Meets 
every Monday evening, at northeast corner of Howard 
and New Montgomery streets, rooms 7 and 8. 

Officers.— J. P. Kerr, President ; G. K. Coates, Vice- 
President ; J. M. Casey, Secretary j John E. Broder- 
ick, Treasurer ; E. R. Brady, Commander ; P. T. Schad, 
Vice-Commander. 

HAMBURG AND ALTONA SOCIAL SOCIETY.— 
Organized 1875. Number of members, sixty. Meets 
every Monday evening at southwest corner Califor- 
nia and Kearny streets. Objects: social and benevo- 
lent. 

Officers — Ernst Maack, President; F. Krooke, Vice- 
President ; Charles Kewitz, Financial Secretary; N. 
Heithman, Recording Secretary; M. Buchtmann, 
Treasurer. 

HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY.— Organized July, 
1866. Incorporated February 1, 1873. Number of 
members, one hundred. Meets every Friday evening 
at 647 Market street. 

Officers.— Wm. Shew, President j Dr. J. M. Willey, 
and Mrs. J. A. Cameron, Vice-Presidents; Mme. Waldo 
Cohen, Secretary ; James Young, Financial Secretary ; 
J.B. Russell, Treasurer ; F. T. Newberry, Librarian ; 
Prof. Heinrich, Conductor. 

HARVARD CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO.— Organ- 
ized 1874. It is composed of the Pacific Coast Alumni 
of Harvard University, and now numbers about sixty 
members. 'Meetings are held quarterly at some hctel. 
Objects: Good fellowship and the interests of Harvard 
University. 

Officers.— Horatio Stebbins, President; Andrew McF. 
Davis and John W. Taylor, Vice-Presidents ; Alfred A. 
Wheeler, Secretary ; Pelham W. Ames, Treasurer. 

HAWTHORNE SOCIAL CLUB.— Place of meeting, 
King's Hall, 2131 Mission street. Object : Social. 
Numbers (limited) forty. 

Officers.— William R. Stone, President ; H. H. 
White, Vice-President ; John Trounson, Treasurer ; 
A. M. S. Mayer, Recording Secretary ; J. F. Sims, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

IVY SOCIAL CLUB— Organized August 15, 1870. 
Number of members, one hundred and twenty-five, to 
which number it is limited. Meets third Monday of 
each month, at B'nai B'rith Hall. 



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Officers. — J. P. Cochran, President; James Wain- 
wright and C. Fenkhausen, Vice-Presidents; R. P. 
Bunker, Treasurer; Adolph Kahn, Secretary. 

MINERVA SOCIAL CLUB.— Organized January 28, 
1878. Number of members about fifty. Meets every 
alternate Friday evening, in Minerva Hall (Saratoga 
Hall Building.) Object : Social. 

Officers. — George H. Davis, President ; Frederick 
Lippien, Vice-President ; Joseph L. Armer , Secre- 
tary ; Benjamin Armer, Financial Secretary ; E. L. 
Lewis, Treasurer ; W. A. Doud, Editor ; Miss Julia 
Kohn, Editress. 

NEWENGLAND SOCIETY.— Organized December 

1877. Number of members, one hundred. Meets 
semi-annually at place designated in call. The Di- 
rectors consist of two members from each New Eng- 
land State, and three at large. 

Officers.— Hon. F. F. Low, President; Oliver Eld- 
ridge and S. H. Phillips, Vice-Presidents ; E. Hallett, 
Secretary. 

OLD NEVADANS.— Organized 1876. Number of 
members, three hundred and fifty. Meets annually. 

Officers.— George W. Dixon, President ; James F. 
Crossett, Secretary and Treasurer. 

OLYMPIC CLUB.— Reorganized September 1, 1873, 
by the consolidation of the San Francisco Olympic 
and the California Olympic Clubs. Number of mem- 
bers, seven hundred. On the first of January, 1879, 
the Club moved from their old rooms, on the 
corner of New Montgomery and Howard streets, 
to the splendid quarters built especially for them at 
119 Post street. The rooms and fittings, furniture and 
paintings cost upwards of $50,000. The Boxing, Fenc- 
ing, Dumb-bell, Indian Club and Gymnasium Depart- 
ments are all.elaborately fitted up ; the Billiard, Chess 
and Beading Booms are models in their way, and the 
dressing room department contains five hundred 
dressing lockers, eighteen bath-rooms, numerous ba- 
sins, three barber's chairs, and other conveniences. 

The Club gives socials on the first Friday of each 
month, to which no gentlemen but members are ad- 
mitted. 

Class afternoons, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- 
days. 

Class evenings, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Officers. — Horace P. Fletcher, President; A. S. 
Barney, Vice-President ; C. W. Piatt, Secretary ; John 
O. Bell, Jr., Assistant Secretary; H. B. Buss, Treas- 
urer; R. T. Stombs, Clerk; W. S. Lawton, Superin- 
tendent ; Louis Gerichten, Instructor of Fencing and 
Boxing ; John A. Hammersmith, Instructor of Gym- 
nastics ; C. E. Green, C. E. Case, Frank Shay, W. R. 
Melville, J. H. Jennings and M. H. Weed.Board of Di- 
rectors. 

PACIFIC AMATEUR ROWING ASSOCIATION — 
Organized in 1877 for the advancement of rowing 
among amateurs. 

The Annual Convention is held at the time and 
place designated by the Executive Committee. 

Officers.— T. W. Fenn, President; Alfred Tobin, 
Secretary; J. D. Griffin, Treasurer. 

The Association now includes the following Clubs : 
Pioneer Rowing Club, Nautilus Rowing Club, Dolphin 
Rowing Club, Ariel Rowing Club, Golden Gate 
Club, Columbia Rowing Club, Oakland, and St. 
George Rowing Club, Oakland. 

NEPTUNE SWIMMING AND BOATING CLUB — 
Organized February 21 1877. Number of members, 
thirty-seven. Boat house foot of Leavenworth street, 
North Beach. Boats, three four-oar barges. Colors, 
blue and white. 

PACIFIC ARCHERY CLUB.— Organized May 30, 

1878. Number of members, twenty. Meets first Sat- 
urday of each month at office of Secretary, 604 Mer- 
chant street. Objects: The revival and cultivation 
of this delightful out-door recreation. 

Officers.— H. A. Brown, President ; F.M. Ward, Vice- 
President; W. A. Maxwell, Secretary; C. W. F. Hess, 
Treasurer. 

PACIFIC CLUB.— Number of members one hun- 
dred and ninety. Rooms, north-east corner of 
Montgomery and Bush streets, containing library and 
reading rooms, supplied with all the domestic and 
foreign newspapers and periodicals. 



Officers. — John Benson, President ; J. C. i*. Wads- 
worth, Secretary ; John McKee, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION SONS OF VER- 
MONT. — Organized January 6, 1879. Number of 
members about two hundred and ten. Meets second 
Friday of each month at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission 
street. Anniversary festival, January 17. Objects: 
Social and beneficial. 

Officers. — A. W. Scott, President ; Hon. James Mc- 
M. 8hafter,L. C. Dodge, and Dr. G. C. Hoadley, Vice- 
Presidents ; Geo. W. Hopkins, Secretary ; E. P. Mon- 
roe, Treasurer. 

PACIFIC COAST KENNEL CLUB (Sporting).— 
Office, 313 Montgomery street. Organized February, 
1881. Number of members about twenty-five. The 
objects of this Club are to awaken and promote pub- 
lic interest in thoroughbred dogs ; to familiarize 
owners, breeders, fanciers and sportsmen generally 
with the proper judging of dogs, as to breeding, sym- 
metry, form, condition and quality. The above ob- 
jects are sought to be obtained by holding yearly 
Bench Shows, and the awarding of valuable prizes for 
the purpose of encouraging competition. 

Officers. — Clem Dixon, President; J. L. Meares, 
Vice-President ; Col. Stuart M. Taylor, Secretary ; 
Nevada Bank, Treasurer ; Thomas Tunstead, Super- 
intendent ; D. R. McNeill, Business Manager. 

PACIFIC TURN BEZIRK (of the North American 
Turner Bund) .—Organized 1859. Meets at the call of 
the President. The next anniversary meeting will 
be held at San Jose. 

This is an organization of the different Turn Verein 
of the States and Territories of North America on the 
Pacific Coast, and has for its object the cultivation of 
gymnastic exercises in general, mental and physical 
education, to facilitate as much as possible the estab- 
lishment of new Turn Verein, and to impart informa- 
tion on the subject of their organization to the differ- 
ent associations constituting the Pacific Turn Bezirk. 

The following societies constitute the Pacific Turn 
Bezirk: San Francisco Turn Verein, San Francisco; 
Sacramento Turn Verein, Sacramento ; Marysville 
Turnliederkranz Verein, Marysville ; Stockton Turn 
Verein, Stockton ; Oakland Turn Verein, Oakland ; 
San Jose Turn Verein, San Jose ; Turn Verein Germa- 
nia, Los Angeles ; Napa Turn' Verein, Napa ; Virginia 
City Turn Verein, Virginia City, Nev. ; PetalumaTurn 
Verein, Petaluma ; Sonoma Turn Verein, Sonoma ; 
Portland Turn Verein, Portland, Oregon. 

PACIFIC YACHT CLUB.— Organized June 28, 1878. 
Number of members, one hundred and ninety. 
Meets first Wednesday of each month at the Palace 
Hotel. Headquarters, Club-house, Old Saucelito. 

Officers. — R. S. Floyd, Commodore ; Joseph Macdo- 
nough, Vice-Commodore ; Cornelius O'Connor. Treas- 
urer ; John C. Kelley, Measurer ; Henry G. Langley, 
Secretary (office 14 Montgomery avenue) . Stewart 
Menzies, Cornelius O'Connor, John C. Kelley, Eugene 
O. Blethen, W. H. Martenstein, J. Rae Hamilton, 
Henry G. Langley, Directors. 

PLACER COUNTY ASSOCIATION. — Organized 
1877. Number of members, about four hundred. 
Annual reunion held in June. 

Officers.— William Hollis, President ; J. H. Gates, 
Treasurer. 

POCAHONTAS SOCIAL AND LITERARY CLUB.— 
Organized March 23, 1881. This Society is composed 
of the members of Pocahontas Tribe, Improved 
Order of Red Men. Meets first and third Tuesday of 
each month, at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. Ob- 
jects : The improvement of its members in the work 
of the Order, and for social and literary purposes. 

Officers.— H. S. Winn, President ; A. Andrews, First 
Vice-President ; R. R. Livingstone, Second Vice-Pres- 
ident; J. W. Van Zandt, Secretary; J.'G. Gardner, 
Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO CADETS' SOCIAL CLUB.— Or- 
ganized September, 1874. Number of members, sixty. 
Meets first Wednesday of each month, at Turn Verein 
Hall, 510 Bush street. Objects: Social enjoyment and 
mutual improvement of its members. 

Officers. — George Bigley, President; A. J. Bennett, 
Vice-President; Thomas O'Neil, Secretary; William 
Waters, Treasurer. 



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SAN FRANCISCO GRUTLI- VEREIN. — Organized 
September, 1874. Objects: Cultivation of music, so- 
cial entertainments, and to assist its members in sick- 
ness. Meets first Tuesday of every month, at Geneva 
House, 118-120 Ellis street. Number of members, 
about seventy. 

Officers. —J. H. Fritchi, President; Jacob Graf, 
Vice-President; Fred Spelt, Treasurer; J. 1". Gall- 
man, Recording Secretary; George Bottscheider, 
Financial Secretary ; J. Vetterli and J. Appenzeller, 
Librarians. 

SAN FRANCISCO LA CROSSE CLUB.— Organized 
March, 1878. Number of members, seventy -five. 
Business meetings, first Wednesday of each month. 
Practice meetings, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 
mornings, and Saturday afternoons, at Recreation 
Grounds. 

Officers.— S. B.Boswell, President; J. Horsburg, Jr., 
Corresponding Secretary; James Kennedy, Treasurer ; 
H. G. Jones, Field Captain. 

SAN FRANCISCO LIEDERTAFEL. — Organized 
May, 1878. Number of members, forty. Meets every 
Monday evening, at New Turn-Verein Hall, 323 Turk 
street. Objects: Social and benevolent. 

Officers.— W. Oellrich, President ; T. G. Witt, Vice- 
President ; A. Eitzen, Secretary ; H. Gaerdes, Treas- 
urer. 

SAN FRANCISCO LITERARY AND DRAMATIC 
SOCIETY.— Organized April 6, 1873. Number of mem- 
bers, fifty. Meets every Wednesday evening at Nine- 
teenth District Court Room. Object: Improvement 
of its members in elocution and literature. 

Officers.— J. H. Barry, President; J. T. Noon, Vice- 
President ; W. D. O'Kane, Secretary ; N. P. Wynne, 
Treasurer ; J. M. Donlon, Stage Manager. 

SAN FRANCISCO MAENNERCHOR. — Organized 
1865. — Number of members seventy. Monthly contri- 
bution, one dollar. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Turn Verein Hall, Turk street. The object of this 
association is the cultivation of music. 

Officers. — William Kasche, President ; H. Fortriede, 
Vice-President ; B. Schloh. Secretary ; H. Helgoth, 
Treasurer; C. Thrall, Librarian; H. Holzhauer, 
Leader. 

SAN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN.— Organized 1852. 
Hall south side of Turk street, between Leavenworth 
and Hyde. 

The objects of this society are the cultivation of 
gymnastic exercises in general; to encourage morality ; 
to improve health ; to cultivate music, and to enter- 
tain and cultivate free religious and political senti- 
ments. 

Stated meetings first and third Wednesday evenings 
of each month, at half -past eight o'clock. Number 
of members, about four hundred, of which about 
forty are attached to the vocal department, 
Franz Fischet, Leader ; twenty-five to the dramatic 
section, N. Cremer, Manager; forty-five to the 
rifle section, Charles Zimmer, Captain, and twenty- 
five to the fencing section, F. C. Miller, Teacher. Be- 
sides this, there exists, in connection with the associ- 
ation, a Verein for boys, from fourteen to eighteen 
years, which numbers fifty-six members, and is called 
the Tumzcelingsverein, governed by their own offi- 
cers, under the supervision of three members of the 
San Francisco Turn Verein. Stated meetings last 
Wednesday of each month. 

There is also a school for boys from seven to four- 
teen years, which numbers two hundred and fifty 
pupils. 

Social meetings for members are held every first 
and third Wednesday evenings, and on the last Sun- 
day evening of each month, when a dramatic enter- 
tainment is given. A relief society for sick members, 
numbering two hundred members, is attached to the 
association. 

Officers of the Verein. — George Seiss, President ; W. 
Plagemann, Vice-President ; L. Roesch, Recording 
Secretary; A. Hoffmann, Corresponding Secretary ; O. 
Bnrmeister, First Treasurer; D. Davidson, Second 
Treasurer ; F. Attinger, First Leader ; Adelmo 
Schroeder, Second Leader ; D. Stieber, Third Leader ; 
John Melde, Sergeant-at-Arms ; C. Schmolck, First 
Librarian ; H. Eisenlatner, Second Librarian. 



SAN FRANCISCO VEREIN.— Incorporated October 
2, 1853. Number of members, three hundred and fifty. 
Reading room is supplied with thirty different news- 
papers, and all the current magazines and periodicals. 
Library numbers about twenty thousand volumes. 
Rooms 219 Sutter street. 

. Officers.— I. Gutte, President ; F. Cramer, Vice- 
President ; M. F. Philip, Treasurer ; Win. Herrmann, 
Corresponding Secretary ; O. Schoemann, Financial 
Secretary; F. Steinert, Librarian; H. E. Truebenbach, 
M. H. Hecht, B. Hausmann, M. Jaffee and Charles L. 
Ackerman, Directors. 

SAN FRANCISCO YACHT CLUB.— Organized Ju- 
ly, 1869 ; reorganized, July, 1873. Number of mem- 
bers, one hundred and forty-five. Meets first Thursday 
of each month, at parlor A, Palace Hotel. 

Headquarters. Club House, Saucelito. Secretary's 
address, 414 Clay street. 

Officers. — Charles H. Harrison, Commodore; John 
D. Spreckels, Vice-Commodore; A. W. Follansbee, 
Treasurer ; Mathew Turner, Measurer ; Charles G. 
Yale, Secretary. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT VETERANS OF THE PA- 
CIFIC— Organized October 1, 1875. Number of mem- 
bers, seventy. Meetings held quarterly. Objects : 
To perpetuate a friendly feeling among the ex-mem- 
bers of the Seventh Regiment (New York City) , resid- 
ing on the Pacific Coast. 

Officers.— J. T. Yarrington, Captain ; Joseph Dur- 
brow, First Lieutenant : William R. Wheaton, Second 
Lieutenant ; W. R. Smedberg, Clerk. 

SOCIAL AND LITERARY SOCIETY OF ST. JOHN'S 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.— Organized August,1873. 
Number of members, seventy-five. Meets bi-monthly, 
in the Lecture Room of St. John's Presbyterian 
Church, on Post street. Objects : Social communion, 
literary exercises, and the advancement of moral cul- 
ture. 

Officers.— Rev. W. A. Scott, Honorary President ; 
Mrs. W. H. Keith, President ; Mrs. F. F. Henderson, 
Secretary and Treasurer* 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS.— Or- 
ganized November 29, 1865. Annual meeting held on 
the twenty-fifth day of April, the anniversary of Gen- 
eral E. V. Sumner assuming the command of the 
Department of California. Composed of the officers 
of the California Volunteers, U. S. A. 

Officers.— Elisha Brooks, President ; J. Ellis Hill 
and John Lafferty. Vice-Presidents; J. C. Inness, 
Receiver ; J. B. Whittemore, Corresponding Secretary ; 
8. P. Ford, Judge Advocate; Captain W. F. R. Schind- 
ler. Treasurer. 

SWISS RIFLE CLUB.— Organized September 1, 
1860. Number of members, forty-five. Meets second 
Tuesday of each month at Swiss Hotel, 629 Commer- 

Officers. — Theordore Wetzel, President ; M. Stuber, 
Vice-President and Treasurer ; J. Frappolli, Secre- 
tary; P. E. Croce, Shooting Master. 

TEUTONIA SOCIETY.— Organized June 1, 1866. 
Number of members, three hundred. Meets at Teu- 
tonia Hall, corner of Howard street and Washington 
avenue, every Tuesday evening for business purpo- 
ses, and Wednesday evening for social enjoyment. 

The objects of this society are to assist members 
who, by accident or sickness, are incapacitated from 
pursuing their calling, and for the relief and support 
of the aged and the widows and orphans of deceased 
members, and for the purpose of defraying the fune- 
ral expenses of the members thereof. 

Officers. — F. Hageman, Jr., President ; LouisHaake, 
Vice-President; G. Buchholz, Recording Secretary; 
Oscar Schmidt, Financial Secretary; John Witt, 
Treasurer. 

THALIA VEREIN.— Organized July 2, 1862. Incor- 
porated January. 1871. Meets on the first and third 
Tuesday evenings of each month, at the club rooms, 
414 Pine street. Number of members, about two 
hundred and eighty-five. 

Officers.— H. E. Truebenbach, President; Dr. F. 
Riehl, Vice-President; Charles Mayer, Jr., Secretary; 
Albert Wissell, Treasurer ; Th. Groeling, Librarian. 

THE C. 8. C. SOCIAL CLUB.— Organized July 23, 
1879. Number of members, about one hundred. Meets 



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every Sffturday evening, in Saratoga Hall. Object : 
Social. 

Officers.— W. A. Doud, President; T. H. Dorsaz, 
Vice-President j H. H. Somers, Secretary ; E.L. Lewis, 
Financial Secretary ; C. E. Dillon, Treasurer. 

TICINESE LIBERAL SOCIETY— Organized Nov- 
ember 17, 1877. Number of members, one hundred 
and eighty-three. Meets the fourth Saturday of 
each month at 1205 Stockton street. Objects : Social 
and benevolent. 

Officers. — V. Papina, President ; G. D. Mariani and 
G. Bontempi, Vice-Presidents ; G. Lepori, Secretary ; 
G. Male, Treasurer. 

TUOLUMNE COUNTY REUNION ASSOCIATION. 
— Organized June, 1868. Incorporated, 1877. Num- 
ber of members, seven hundred. Objects : Social 
intercourse and the annual reunion of the members, 
which is celebrated by a picnic. 

Officers. — Fred. Lux, President; J. J. Vasconcellos, 
Vice-President ; W. L. Cunningham, Secretary ; H. M. 
Rosenkranz, Treasurer. 

TURN-VEREIN VORWARTS.— Organized Jan. 11, 
1880. Meets the first Monday of each month, at their 
Hall, 310 O'Farrell street. The objects of this Society 
are : The cultivation of gymnastic exercises, the im- 
provement of health, to entertain and cultivate free 
religious and political sentiments, and to encourage 
morality. Number of members, about two hundred 
and eighty. Exercise nights Tuesday and Thursday 
of each week. School for boys and girls every after- 
noon. There is also an English-speaking section con- 
nected with the Society, which meets every Monday 
and Wednesday night. 

Officers. — H. Kuppe, First Leader; T. Schmidt, 
Second Leader ; Ernst Kriske, Secretary ; Louis Mohl- 
feldt, First Treasurer ; George Mink, Second Treas- 
urer ; Hugo Scholl, Librarian; Julius Moeser, Charles 
Hoelling and F. Kaulfuss, Directors ; Conrad Flach, 
Teacher ; H. L. Muller, Sergeant-at-arms. 

UNION CLUB.— Incorporated November 8, 1865. 
Rooms, northwest corner of California and Mont- 
gomery streets. ^ 

The objects of this association are to carry on and 
conduct the business of a Club House for the enter- 
tainment, use and profit of such persons as may be- 
come members thereof. 

Officers.— Archibald McKinlay, President; James 
Freeborn, Vice-President ; I. Lawrence Pool, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

UNITED FIRE ASSOCIATES.— Organized April 8, 
1874. Meets first Wednesday of each month, at 232 
Sutter street, rooms 16 and 17. Number of members, 
two hundred and seventy-five, composed entirely of 
members and ex-members of the Fire Department. 
Objects : Social culture and benevolence. 

Officers. — Wm. H. Bogardus, President ; Samuel 
McDowell and H. W. Burckes, Vice-Presidents ; Wil- 
liam G. Cue, Secretary ; William J. Smith, Treasurer ; 
J. E. Mitchell, Marshal ; John W. McAdoo, Sergeant 
at- Arms, 

VEREIN EINTRACHT.— Organized May, 1868 ; re- 
organized December, 1873. Number of members, 
eight hundred. Meets every Wednesday evening at 
their Hall, 312 Post street. Objects : To foster and 
cultivate the musical and dramatic arts, to give social 
and literary entertainments, and to assist its mem- 
bers in sickness and times of need. In connection 
with this society a gymnastic section, under the 
leadership of Louis Gerichten, is maintained. 

Officers.— F. M. Freund, President; H. G. J. Kirch- 
ner, Vice-President • T. Kuhls, Recording Secretary ; 
W. Seidel, Treasurer. 

VETERANS OF THE CALIFORNIA HUNDRED 
AND BATTALION.— Organized May 1, 1866. Office, 
422 California street. Number of members, one hun- 
dred and eighty-two, comprising the. survivors of the 
five hundred men in the California Battalion and Cal- 
fornia Hundred at their discharge in August, 1865. 
Holds an Annual Reunion on April 9, each year, the 
anniversary of Lee's surrender. 

Officers. — Captain C. Mason Kinne, President; Lieu- 
tenant W. A. Robinson, Secretary; General D.W. C. 
Thompson, Treasurer. 



WAGNER VEREIN.— Organized August 23, 1876. 
Meets every Monday evening at rooms 420 Montgom- 
ery street. Objects: Cultivation of music, recreation, 
and promotion of social intercourse. 

Officers.— F. T. Briggs. President; Robert Effey, 
Vice-President ; George W. Longley, Secretary and 
Treasurer ; R. H. Swayne, Musical Director. 

WESTERN ADDITION LITERARY AND SOCIAL 
CLUB.— Organized December, 1875, Number of mem- 
bers, over three hundred. Meets each alternate 
Monday evening at Western Addition Music Hall, 
California street, between Fillmore and Steiner. 
Objects: Literary and Social Culture. 

Officers.— H. B. Cook, President; Frank H. Chase, 
Vice-President; C. S. McLaren, Recording Secretary; 
F. B. Sharpe, Financial Secretary; A. D. Cotton, 
Treasurer. 



Military — U. S. Army. 

MILITARY DIVISION OF THE PACIFIC— In- 
cludes the Department of California, the Department 
of the Columbia, and the Department of Arizona ; 
Maj. -Gen. Irvin McDowell, commanding; Capt. Bir- 
ney B. Keeler, Aid-de-Camp and Acting Judge Ad- 
vocate ; Capt. John H. Coster, Aid-de-Camp ; Col. 
John C. Kelton, Assistant Adjutant-General ; Lieut. - 
Col. Rufus Saxton, Deputy Quartermaster-General, 
Chief Quartermaster ; Col. Charles L. Kilburn, As- 
sistant Commissary-General of Subsistence, Chief 
Commissary of Subsistence; Col. Charles Sutherland, 
Medical Director ; Col. Charles C. Keeney, Surgeon ; 
Col. Samuel Woods, Deputy Payma6ter-General, 
Chief Paymaster ; Capt. William A. Jones, Engineer 
Officer ; Capt. Henry Johnson, Medical Storekeeper, 
Assistant Medical Purveyor; Major Richard N. Batch- 
elder, Depot Quartermaster ; Capt. Gustavus A. Hull, 
Military Storekeeper; Major Thomas C. Sullivan, Pur- 
chasing and Depot Commissary of Subsistence. 

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA, U. S. A.— In- 
cludes the States of California and Nevada, and south- 
east part of Idaho Territory; Maj .-Gen. Irvin Mc- 
Dowell, commanding. (Same officers as above on the 
staff for the Department.) 

Engineer Department for Pacific Coast, U. S. A. 
— Lieut.-Col. C. S. Stewart, Senior Engineer and Presi- 
dent Board of Engineers Pacific Coast, and Engineer 
in charge fortifications, Fort Point ; Lieut-Col. George 
H. Mendell, in charge Alcatraz Island, Lime Point, 
and Oakland Harbor Improvement ; FirstLieut. Al- 
bert H. Payson, Recorder Board of Engineers, office 
533 Kearny street ; Lieut.-Col. R. S. Williamson, 
Twelfth Light House District, office 120. Sutter street. 



NATIONAL GUARD OF CALIFORNIA. 

Commander-in-Chief, Governor George C. Perkins. 

Staff. — Major-General Samuel W. Backus, Ad- 
jutant-General, Inspector, Quartermaster, and Com- 
missary-General, Chief of Ordnance, and ex-officio 
Chief of Staff; Colonel George W. Granniss, Chief 
Engineer; Colonel William Harney, Paymaster-Gen- 
eral ; Colonel Samuel C. Denson, Judge Advocate-Gen- 
eral ; Colonel E. A. Stockton, Surgeon - General ; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonels, W. H. Dimond, John D. Spreckels, 
James C. Logan, James L. Flood, Charles F. Crocker, 
William L. Perkins, Aids-de-Camp. 

Major-General W. H. L. Barnes, Commanding Di- 
vision ; headquarters, San Francisco. 

Staff.— Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph M.Litchfield, As- 
sistant Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel W.H.Chamcerlain, Division Inspector; 
Lieutenant-Colonel A. W. Von Schmidt, Engineer 
Officer ; Lieutenant-Colonel H. P. Fletcher, Ordnance 
Officer ; Lieutenant-Colonel M. D. Boruck, Quarter- 
master ; Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Burns, Inspector 



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of Rifle Practice; Lientenant-Colonel Tristam Burges, 
Commissary ; Lieutenant-Colonel S. D. Mayer, Pay- 
master ; Lieutenant -Colonel R. H. Lloyd, Judge 
Advocate ; Lieutenant • Colonel L. L. Dorr, Surgeon; 
Majors Frank X. Cicott and William S. Barnes, Aids- 
de-Camp. 

Second Brigade. — That portion of the National 
Guard located in the City and County of San Francisco 
now consists of three Regiments of Infantry, one bat- 
talion of Cavalry, one Gatling Battery and one Artil- 
lery Light Battery. Also, the San Jose Zouaves, the 
Oakland Guard, Hueston Guard, Petaluma and the 
Vallejo Rifles — all attached to the Second Brigade, 
Headquarters, 523 Pine street; Brigadier-General 
John McComb, commanding. 

Staff.— Major W. B. Burtis, Assistant Adjutant-Gen- 
eral ; Major Theodore Wagner, Brigade Inspector ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel C. Mason Kinne, Judge Advocate ; 
Major George A. Fisher.Quartermaster ; Major John 
Mason, Commissary ; Dr. A. M. Wilder, Acting Sur- 
geon ; Major Frank P. McLennan, Engineer Officer ; 
Major George C. Smart, Paymaster; Major Frank Shay, 
Ordnance Officer ; Captain William Macdonald, Aid- 
de-Camp ; Sergeant-Major M. Byrne, Staff Orderly ; 
Sergeant-Major A. S. Weston, Staff Orderly. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. — Headquarters, 
northwest corner of New Montgomery and Howard 
Btreets. J. H. Dickinson, Colonel ; Walter Turnbull, 
Lieutenant-Colonel ; L. L. Bromwell, Major ; George 
W. Reed, Adjutant ; Vacant, Quartermaster ; James 
Kip, Paymaster; Lieutenant George H. Strong, 
Inspector Rifle Practice ; William E. Hale, Com- 
missary; A. M. Wilder, M. D., Surgeon; Rev. S. 
Gregory Lines, D. D.. Chaplain; George Leonard, 
Sergeant-Major ; C. M. Mayberry, Drum Major. 

Composed of the following companies, viz.: 

Cm Guabd (Company B, First Regiment Infantry) . 
— Organized March 31, 1854 ; reorganized as Independ- 
ent City Guard May 16, 1856 ; reorganized as City 
Guard March 11, 1859. Number of members, seventy- 
five. Armory, 420 Post street. 

Officers— E. F. Selleck, Captain ; J. C. B. Hebbard, 
First Lieutenant ; Paul E. Scott, Second Lieutenant. 

National Guard (Company C, First Regiment In- 
fantry) .—Organized 1855; number of members, one 
hundred and twenty-nine. Armory, 318 Post 6treet. 

Officers— H. S. Templeton, Captain ; Chas. P. Le- 
Bfeton, First Lieutenant ; Jonas P. Stockwell, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Franklin Light Infantry (Company D, First 
Regiment Infantry) .—Organized June 3, 1861. Num- 
ber of members, eighty-seven. Armory, northwest 
corner of New Montgomery and Howard streets. 

Officers — George D. Harvey, Captain; V. Kingwell, 
First Lieutenant ; Herbert M. Greene, Second Lieu- 
tenant. 

Sumner Light Guard (Company E, First Regi- 
ment Infantry) . — Organized October 14, 1861. Number 
of members, one hundred and twenty. Armory, north- 
west corner of New Montgomery and Howard streets. 

Officers— B. G. Haskell, Captain; M.N. Laufenburg, 
First Lieutenant. 

Light Guard (Company F, First Regiment Infant- 
ry). — Organized October, 1868. Number of members, 
sixty-seven. Armory, northwest corner of New Mont- 
gomery and Howard streets. 

Officers. — George W. Gaylord, Captain ; Charles F. 
Holyoke, First Lieutenant ; Edward R. Swain, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Company H (First Regiment Infantry) .—Organized 
September 7, 1869. Number of members, eighty -two. 
Armory, northwest corner of New Montgomery and 
Howard streets. 

Officers. — H. P. Bush, Captain ; Vacant, First Lieu- 
'■ tenant ; Charles T. Wilson, Second Lieutenant. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY.— William R. 
Smedberg, Colonel; Harry T. Hammond, Lieutenant- 
Colonel; James E. Hughes, Major; Vacant, Adjutant; 
Walter E. Dean, Quartermaster; George F. Ashton, 
Paymaster ; Henry Geilfuss, Commissary ; Edwin J. 
Fraser, Surgeon; Rev. A. Todhunter, Chaplain ; 



Charles E. Jenkins, Inspector of RiflePractice ; Rich- 
ard Brown, Sergeant Major ; George W. Spencer, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant; W. H. C. Fowler, Ordnance 
Sergeant. 

Composed of the following companies, viz.: 

San Francisco Fustleers (Company C, Second Reg- 
iment Infantry) . — Organized November 6, 1871. Num- 
ber of members,eighty-one. Armory,* 620 Bush street. 

Officers. — Hermann Wobber, Captain; David Schon- 
f eld, First Lieutenant ; John Burr, Second Lieutenant, 

Germania Rifles (Company D, Second Regiment 
Infantry) .—Reorganized May 28, 1868. Number of 
members, eighty-two. Armory, 620 Bush street 

Officers.— Philip Newman, Captain ; Joseph H. 
Bechler, First Lieutenant ; Gerhard F. Reck, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Company E (Second Regiment Infantry.)— Organi- 
zed March 31, 1880. Number of members, fifty-nine. 
Amory, 119 Post street. 

Officers.— Richard C. Hooker, Captain ; William H. 
Souther, First Lieutenant ; Charles 8. Neal, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Company F (Second Regiment Infantry) .—Organ- 
ized January 1,1878. Number of members, one hun- 
dred and twenty-one. Armory, corner of Sutter and 
Powell streets. 

Officers.— F. W. Bacon, Captain; Francis V. Bell, 
First Lieutenant ; James N. Pike, Second Lieutenant. 

Company G (Second Regiment Inf anrry) .— Organi- 
zed July 1, 1878. Number of members, sixty-three. 
Armory, 420 Post street. 

Officers.— Lee W. Mix, Captain ; William B. Collier, 
First Lieutenant ; Carlton C. Coleman, Second Lieu- 
tenant. 

San Francisco Cadets (Company H, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry) .—Organized August 7, 1863. Number 
of members, eighty-one. Armory, 620 Bush street. 

Officers. — George Bigley, Captain; William D. 
Waters, First Lieutenant ; Timothy O'Connor, Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 



THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. — Headquarters, 
northeast corner of New Montgomery and How- 
ard streets. Archibald Wason, Colonel ; Charles 
Quinn, Lieutenant-Colonel; J. J. Conlin, Major; P. 
J. Tannian, Adjutant ; John Grant, Quartermaster ; 
Vacant, Paymaster; J. W. Maher, Inspector Rifle 
Practice ; Joseph W. Wallace, Commissary ; Thomas 
Green, Surgeon; Rev. Thomas Larkin, Chaplain; 
Cornelius Donohoe, Sergeant-Major ; Vacant, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant. 

Composed of the following companies, viz: 

Montgomery Guard (Company A, Third Regiment 
Infantry) .—Organized December 23, 1859. Number 
of members, sixty-five. Armory, northeast corner 
of New Montgomery and Howard streets. 

Officers.— John F. Meagher, Captain ; John McCully, 
First Lieutenant ; James Prior, Second Lieutenant. 

Shields Guard (Company B, Third Regiment In- 
fantry) .—Organized December 21, 1861. Reorganized 
June, 1870. Number of members, fifty. Armory, 
northeast corner of New Montgomery and Howard 

Officers.— H. L. Filgate, Captain ; John Blake, First 
Lieutenant ; Peter McCann, Second Lieutenant. 

Wolfe Tone Guard (Company O, Third Regiment 
Infantry). Organized February 12, 1862. Number of 
members, one hundred. Armory, northeast corner 
of New Montgomery and Howard streets. 

Officers.— T.Fitzpatrick, Captain ; M. W. Stackpool, 
FirsmTieutenant ; H. F. Gittings, Second Lieutenant. 

Meagher Guard (Company D, Third Regiment In- 
fantry) .—Organized May 17, 1862. Number of mem- 
bers, forty. Armory, northeast corner of New 
Montgomery and Howard streets. 

Officers.— D. J. Sullivan, Captain ; Timothy Lowney, 
First Lieutenant • T. Sullivan. Second Lieutenant. 



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McMahon Guard (Company H, Third Regiment 
Infantry) . — Organized December, 1859. Number of 
members, fifty. Armory, Red Men's Hall, 320 Post 
street. 

Officers. — John H. McMenomy, Captain ; Thomas 
H. Griffin, First Lieutenant ; Joseph T. Donovan, 
Second Lieutenant. 



FIRST CAVALRY BATTALION. — Headquarters, 
southeast corner of Minna and New Montgomery 
streets. Maj. R. H. Orton, Commanding; Vacant, 
Adjutant; Lieutenant Richard Cluff, Paymaster; C. 
Nutting, Jr., Quartermaster; Nathan Rogers, Com- 
missary ; P. H. McElhinney, Inspector Rifle Practice j 
J. Gr. Van Vlack, M.D., Surgeon; C. E. Pinkham, 
Sergeant-Major; C. A.Mahoney, Quartermaster- Ser- 
geant ; Joseph Wellens, Chief Trumpeter. 

Composed of the following companies, viz: 

Company A (First Cavalry Battalion) .—Organized 
June 4, 1852. Number of members, sixty-seven. 
Armory, southeast corner of Minna and New Mont- 
gomery streets. 

Officers— H. W. Gray, Captain ; John Hey, First 
Lieutenant ; G. M. Runge and John Blake, Second 
Lieutenants. 

Company B (First Cavalry Battalion) . —Organized 
1857. Number of members, sixty-eight. Armory, 
southeast corner of Minna and New Montgomery 
streets. 

Officers.— C. C. Keene, Captain j Charles S. Howard, 
First Lieutenant ; Emil Moenning, Second Lieutenant ; 
Martin Brunsen, Junior Second Lieutenant. 

Company C (First Cavalry Battalion) .—Organized 
March 16, 1863. Number of members, sixty-four. 
Armory, southeast corner of Minna and New Mont- 
gomery streets. 

Omcers. — M. Greany, Captain ; James T. Finn, 
First Lieutenant ; M. Arnold, Second Lieutenant; 
Michael Gaffney, Junior Second Lieutenant. 

UNION GUARD (Company A, Gatling Battery) .— 
Organized June, 1861. Armory, southeast corner of 
New Montgomery and Minna streets. Number of 
members one hundred and forty-nine. 

Officers.— A. J. Fritz, Captain • J. G.Noonan, Senior 
First Lieutenant ; Joseph Byrnes, Junior First Lieu- 
tenant; John P. Warren, Senior Second Lieutenant; 
William Shaughnessy, Junior Second Lieutenant. 

FIRST CALIFORNIA GUARD (Company A, Light 
Battery) .—Organized July 27, 1849. Number of mem- 
bers, seventy-four. Armory, northwest corner of Mis- 
sion and Anthony streets. 

Officers.— R. G. Brush, Captain; Grant Lapham, 
Senior First Lieutenant j Allen Knight, Junior First 
Lieutenant; G. W. Dutton, Senior Second Lieutenant; 
J. H. Jones, Junior Second Lieutenant; W. R. G. 
Samuels, Surgeon. 



INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. — The following 
companies are independent of the National Guard of 
California, and not under control of the State mili- 
tary authorities : 

California Jaegeks.— Organized February 5, 1871. 
Number of members, fifty. Armory, 620 Bush street. 

Officers.— C. Spiegel, Captain ; William Schuhrer, 
First Lieutenant ; Martin Lange, Second Lieutenant. 

Emmet Life Guard.— Organized November 18, 1862. 
Reorgan-ized May, 1868. Number of members, forty- 
seven. Armory, northeast corner of New Montgomery 
and Howard streets. 

Officers.— Robert Cleary, Captain ; John C. Healy, 
First Lieutenant; Patrick Carroll, Second Lieuten- 
ant. 

French Zouaves.— Organized May, 1870. Number 
of members, ninety. Armory, 808 Pacific street. 

Officers. — J. Boutes, Captain ; John Sedze, First 
Lieutenant ; B. Toulous»e, Second Lieutenant. 

Garibaldi Guard.— Organized June 6, 1868. Num- 
ber of members, five hundred and fifty. Armory, 
423 Broadway street. 

Officers.— F. Luchetti, Captain ; G. Bigniotti, First 
Lieutenant ; A. De Luca and A. Cassasa, Second Lieu- 
tenants. 



German Fusileer Guard. — Organized December 
17, 1870. Number of members, eighty. Armory, Old 
Turn-Verein Hall. 

Omcers.— C. A. Deusenbach, President ; Charles 
Paull, Secretary ; Charles Kirch, Treasurer ; Ernest 
Maack, Captain ; F. Rodefeld, First Lieutenant ; John 
Wiese, Second Lieutenant ; George Schaefer, Third 
Lieutenant, 

Independent McMahon Grenadier Guard. — 
Organized March 17, 1876. Number of members, 
eighty. Armory, Irish American Hall. 

Officers.— John E. Green, Captain ; Daniel Hughes, 
First Lieutenant j S. J. Steele, Second Lieutenant. 

Independent Rifles. — Organized March 15, 1877. 
Number of members, seventy. Armory, 620 Bush 
street. 

Omcers.— George Cantus, Captain; Julius Wilder- 
muth, First Lieutenant ; Theo. Schmalholz, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Italian Sharpshooters (Bersaglieri Italiani). — 
Organized May, 1878. Number of members, seventy. 
Armory, 413 Broadway street. 

Officers. — Venazio Quilici, Captain ; Serafino Cav- 
allero, First Lieutenant; Giovanini Giampaoli, Second 
Lieutenant. 

Juarez Guard. — Organized October 28, 1877, out of 
the Guardia Juarez and Guardia Lerdo. Number of 
members, forty-three. Armory, Scollay's Hall, 1524 
Stockton street. 

Officers. — Antonio DeLa Torre, Captain ; F. Gbarra, 
First Lieutenant ; Joaquin Sobarzo, Second Lieuten- 
ant. 

Lafayette Guard.— Organized June 1, 1868. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty. Armory, 
730 Montgomery street. 

Officers. — E. Luttringer, Captain ; L. Viaud, First 
Lieutenant; Henry Letroadec, Second Lieutenant. 

Sarsfield Guard.— Organized September 7, 1868. 
Reorganized May 8, 1878. Number of members, forty. 
Armory, Humboldt Hall, Mission and 13th streets. 

Officers. — M. O'Leary, Captain ; J. G. Browne, First 
Lieutenant; T. J. Harris, Second Lieutenant. 

Schuetzen Verein. — Organized September, 1859. 
Number of members, one hundred and fifty. Armory, 
Turn Verein Hall, 620 Bush street. 

Omcers. — John Wulzen, Captain ; H. F. Kappke, First 
Lieutenant; A. Browning, Second Lieutenant; D. 
Ehrichs, Third Lieutenant ; C. C. Funk, Fourth Lieu- 
tenant. 

Swiss Sharpshooters. — Organized March, 1860. 
Number of members, fifty-four. Armory, 630 Bush 
street. 

Officers. — Giuseppe Bontempi, Captain ; Henry Juri, 
First Lieutenant ; P. G. Moresi, Second Lieutenant. 



Cemeteries. 



BETH OLAM (Hebrew) . — Point Lobos avenue, near 
Ocean House. 

CALVARY (Roman Catholic) . — Termination Geary 
street, fronting Point Lobos avenue. 

CITY. — Termination California street, near Point 
Lobos avenue. 

HOME OF PEACE (Hebrew) —Between Eight- 
eenth, Nineteenth, Dolores and Church streets. 

LAUREL HILL (late Lone Mountain). — Between 
Post and California streets, fronting Central avenue. 

MASONIC. — West of Masonic avenue, between Ful- 
ton and Turk streets ; entrance from Point Lobos av- 
enue, near Lone Mountain. Office, Masonic Temple. 

ODD FELLOWS'.— Point Lobos avenue, near Lone 
Mountain. Office, 410 Kearny street. 



SHERITH ISRAEL (Hebrew) .—Between 
teenth, Twentieth, Dolores and Church streets. 



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PUBLIC STREETS, AVENUES, SQUARES, PLACES, 



OF THE CONSOLIDATED 



CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL MAPS, 1868, 1870, AND 1872. 



Explanatory.— The Ordinance for re-nnmbering the buildings of this city provides that " Market Street shall be the 
starting point for the numbers of aH buildings fronting on the streets niQning therefrom in a northerly direction, and also 
for those running therefrom in a southeasterly direction. The streets laid down in the official map of the city as forming 
the water front thereof shall be the starting point for numbers on all streets running westerly and southwesterly there- 
from, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Market Street, and upon all such streets, Market 
Street 6hall be the starting point for numbers. On all streets the numbers on the right hand side, starting from the point 
of beginning, are even numbers, and on the left hand 6ide, odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as 
may he necessary, shall be allotted to each block bounded by principal streets; numbers 100, 200, and 300 being respect- 
ively the numbers for commencing the blocks distant one, two, and three streets from the starting point on the side 
designated for even numbers, and numbers 101, 201, and 301, In similar manner for the opposite 6lde of the street, 
throughout its extent; so that the initial figure of the number placed on a building at any street-crossing shall indicate 
the number of main streets such street-crossing is from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet In frontage of all 
vacant lots of ground shall be allowed for each number. On all cross or intermediate streets the numbering 6hall com- 
mence where said streets begin, and shall conform to the plan specified in this Order." 

By this new decimal system of numbering buildings, the exact location of any number is readily ascertained; for 
example, if you want to find 624 Montgomery, it is on the east side of the block extending from Clay to Washington, 
which is the seventh from Market— Commercial and Merchant being private streets. Again, 825 Clay Is on the ninth 
block from the water front, which is the one extending from Dupont to Stockton. It must be borne in mind that one 
hundred numbers are allowed on each block between.principal streets. 

The following streets are but partially opened, and each differ materially from the plan originally laid out, viz: 
Clementina, Ecker, Jessie, Minna, Natoma, Ritch, Shipley, Stevenson, and Tehama. 

The territory lying west of Laurel Hill and Odd Fellows' Cemetery, and generally known as the Outside Lands, has 
recently been surveyed, and Is designated on the new official City and County Map as avenues and streets. Those 
running north and south are named respectively from First to Forty-ninth avenues, and those running east and west, 
from First arenue to the Ocean, and parallel with Point Lobos Avenue, A to W streets. 

Reference is frequently made in the Register of Names to the following, and which are located as follows: Hoadley's 
Addition, situated west of Pierce and between Geary and Washington; Horner's Addition, south and near the Mission 
Dolores; Western Addition, west of Larkln; San Miguel Ranch, southwest and near the Mission Dolores; Bernal Heights 
(B. H.), south of Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno and San Jose" Roads; and University Mound Tract (U. M. T.), 
we6t of San Bruno Road, five miles from the City Hall. See, also, Prominent Places, end Street Directory. 

(6) Street not opened, (c) Fractional blocks, one hundred numbers allowed for first two blocks, (d) Fronting the 

bay. (e) Street ends. ( ) Street does not cross. B. H., Bernal Heights. TJ. M. T., University Mound Tract. S. S. F., 

South San Francisco. A blank Is used where the number at the crossing of a 6treet could not be ascertained. 



A, bet Point Lobos av and 
B fm First avW. 

A, Soutb S F bet Ship and 
B fm Fifth av SW to coun- 
ty line. 

Ada Court, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm O'Far- 
rellN. 

Ada Court. See Wells 
Court 

Adair, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Howard W 
to Capp 

Adam, N and S s Eve bet 
San Bruno Road and Cali- 
fornia av, B H 

Adams. See Seymour av 

Adelaide Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Taylor 
W. 

Adele, bet Chace and 
Stringham f m Islals Creek 
S to Hecker 

Adele Alley, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jackson 
N. 

Adler, fm Dupont E to 
Montgomery av 

Adona Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Wash- 
ington N. 

antes Lane, bet Stock- 
ton and Dupont fm Vallejo 
N. 

Alabama, bet Columbia 
and Harrison fm Twenty- 
first S to Serpentine av 

Alameda, bet Channel 
and El Dorado fm the bay 
W to Harrison. 

Alamo Square, bet 
Scott and Steiner, Hayes 
and Fulton. 

Alaska, bet Water Front 
and Mexico fm Water 
Front S to India. 



Alaska Place, bet Bay 

and North Point f m Mason 
W. 

Aleatraz Square, bet 
Jefl'erson and N Point, 
Franklin and Gough. 

Alemany Avenue, bet 
Dolores and Church fm 
Seventeenth to Church 
lane. 

Alger Place, bet Harri- 
son and Bryant fm First E 

Alice Alley, bet Taylor 
and Jones N from Post to 
Lewis. 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Hyde W. 

Allen, fm Cortland av S to 
Crescent av, S s B H. 

Alleys Court, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Greenwich N. 

A 1 m e r a , bet Leaven- 
worth and Hvde fm Clav 
N. 

Alta, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Sansome W. 

Alta Plaza, bet Scott and 
Steiner, Jackson and Clay. 

Amador, bet Islals and 
Calaveras fm the bav to 
First av. 

Amazon, E s County 
Road 5}*> miles fm City 
Hall 

Amherst, bet Princeton 
and Tale fm Silver av S, 
U. M. T. 

Anderson, fm California 
av S to Cortland av,B H. 

Andrew, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom N. 

Ankeny Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Powell E. 

Anna, bet Powell and Ma- 
son fm Eddy N. 



Annie, bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third fm Mar- 
ket to Mission. 

Anthony, bet First and 
Second fm Mission N. 

Antonio, bet Ellis and 
O'Farrell fm Jones W. 

Arizona, bet Colorado 
and Idaho fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Arkansas, bet Connecti- 
cut and Wisconsin fm Cen- 
ter S to Tulare. 

Arlington, fm San Jose 
Road nr Charles SW to 
Mateo. 

Army, bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twenty-seventh ftn 
San Bruno Road W to 
Bellevue. 

Ash ATenue, bet Fulton 
and McAllister fm Larkin 
to Fillmore. 

South Street N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Ashburton Place, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont E. 

Ashbury, bet Masonic av 
and Clayton fm Fulton S. 

Athens, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association 

Auburn, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Jackson to Pa- 
cific. 

August Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Green N. 



Augusta, South S F.S of 
Helena fm Silver av W to 
York. 
Austin, bet Pine and Bush 

fm Larkin to Octavia. 
South Street. 2f. tide. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk .._ 100 

201 Van Ness avenue 200 

301 Franklin „.. 300 

401 Gough „ 400 

501 Octavia _„ 500 

Aztec bet Cherubusco and 
Buena Vista fm Coso av 
NE, B H. 
B, bet A and C fm First av 

W. 
B, South S F, from Third av 

SW to county line. 
Bathe, bet Porter and 
Laurel av fm Crescent av 
S.BH. 
Bacon, bet Burrow and 
Way land, fm San Bruno 
RoadW.U. M. T. 
Bagley Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton from 
O'Farrell N. 
Baker, bet Broderlck and 
Lyon fm Halghtto Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Haight 2 

101 Page 100 

201 Oak 200 

301 Fell 300 

401 Haves 400 

501 Grove 500 

601 Fulton , 600 

701 McAllister 700 

801 Tyler 800 

Turk 

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1301 Geary 1300 

1401 Post 1400 

1501 Sutter 1500 

1601 Bush 1600 



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1701 Pine 1700 

1801 California 1800 

1901 Sacramento 1900 

2001 Clav 2000 

2101 Washington 2100 

2201 Jackson 2200 

2301 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadway 2400 

2501 Vallejo 2500 

2601 Green 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Filbert 2800 

2901 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 

3101 Chestnut 3100 

3201 Francisco 3200 

3301 Bay 3300 

3401 North Point 3400 

3501 Beach 3500 

3601 Jefferson 3600 

3701 Tonquln 3700 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Baker Avenue, fm 
Railroad av E to Islais 
Creek. 
Balance, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Jack- 
son to Gold. 
Baldwin Court, bet 
Fremont and First fm Fol- 
som NE. 
Baltimore Park, bet 
Ridley and Fourteenth fm 
Guerrero W to Dolores. 
Banks, fm California av 

S to Cortland av, B H. 
Bannam Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
B artlett, bet Valencia 
and Mission fm Twenty- 
first S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Twenty-first 2 

101 Twenty-second 100 

201 Twenty-third 200 

301 Twenty-fourth 300 

401 Twenty-fifth 400 

50i Twenty-sixth 500 

(e) SerpentineAvenue (e) 
Bartlett, bet Warren and 
Merced fm Thirtieth S to 
Laidley. 
Bartlett Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson to Pacific. 
Bartol, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm ValleJoS. 
Battery, bet Front and 
Sansome fm Market to 
the Bay 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Bush.. 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

213 Halleck 

301 Sacramento 300 

315 Commercial 312 

401 Clay 400 

417 Merchant 416 

501 Washington 500 

Oregon 512 

601 Jackson 600 

701 Pacific 700 

Chambers 710 

. 801 Broadway 800 

819 Flint Alley 

901 Vallejo 900 

1001 Green 1000 

Commerce 

1101 Union 1100 

1201 Filbert 1200 

1301 Greenwich id) 

(e) Lombard (< 

Bay, bet Francisco and 
Point fm Kearny to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JV. nde. 

1 Kearny 2 

101 Dupont 100 

Midway East 

201 Stockton 200 

Midwav West — 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

501 Taylor 500 

601 Jones 600 

Montgomery av ... 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness av 1100 



1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

1501 Laguna 1500 

1601 Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Sterner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devlsadero 2200 

2301 Broderlck 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

Bay View Place, bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 

fm Union N. 
Bay Avenue, bet First 

and Second fm Bryant S. 
Beach, bet N Point and 

Jefferson fm Dupont to 

Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

(d) Dupont 2 

(d) Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason 300 

401 Taylor 400 

501 Jones 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Montgomery av... 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness av 

Gov't Reservation 

1401 Lagnna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devlsadero 2100 

2201 Broderlck 2200 

2301 Baker 2300 

Beacon, fm Castro SE to 
Bemts, thence W to Cas- 
tro. 
Beale, bet Main and Fre- 
mont fm Market SE to the 
bay 
S.W. Street. N.E. 

1 Market 2 

Vlscher place 

101 Mission 100 

Bertha 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Beale place 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brannan (e) 

Beale Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Main W. 

Beaver, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Noe W to 
Castro. 

Becker Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor E. 

Bedford Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Jackson N. 

Beldeman, bet Devlsa- 
dero and Scott fm Ellis to 
O'Farrell. 

Belcher, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fm Market 
N 

Belden, bet Montgomery 
and Kearnv fm Bush to 
Pine. 

Bel lair Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Chestnut to Francisco 

Belle vue, W of Elleu fm 
Elizabeth to Thirtieth 

Belle vue Avenue, W 
End H Assn. 

Bemis, fm Beacon SE to 
Fairmount, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Benton Avenue, fm 
Laurel av nr Crescent av. 

Berlin, bet Girard and 
Goettlngen fm Silver av 8. 

Bernadotte, bet Islais 
and Schneider fm Islais 
Creek channel NE to Sixth 
av. 

Berual, E of San Bruno 
Road fm Vermont to Ma- 
rengo. 



Bernal, fm Sepentlne av 

S to Precita av, 
Bernard, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Taylor to 
Leavenworth 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Tavlor 2 

101 Jones 100 

(e) Leavenworth (e) 

Bernlce, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Twelfth to 
Thirteenth 
Berry, bet King and Chan- 
nel SW fm Second to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. Sf. W. 

1 Second 2 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

Tevls .... 

201 Fourth.'..'."!."!^.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 200 

301 Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 500 

(e) Eighth (e) 

Berry, bet Sutter and Bush 

f m Dupont E. 
Bertha, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Beale W. 
Billings Place, bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 
fm Filbert N. 
Birch Avenue, bet 
Grove and Fulton fm Lar- 
kin W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Blackstone Place,fm 
Lombard nr Larkin N. 

Blossom, bet Quinn and 
Fourteenth, fm Valencia 
to Guerrero. 

Bluxome, bet Brannan 
and Townsend fm First 
SW, and bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Fourth SW 
to Sixth 

Boardman Place, bet 
Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan to Bryant 

Bond, bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth fm Mission to 
Glen Park av. 

Bond, bet Church and 
Sanchez fm Sixteenth to 
Eighteenth. 

Bone Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 

Bonita, bet Vallejo and 
Green fm Polk to Van Ness 
av 

Boston Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
E. 

Bourbin Place, bet 
Steiner and Pierce fm Ed- 
dy to Ellis. 

Bourbon, bet Precita 
Creek and Norman fm Or- 
leans NE. 

Bourn, bet Chace and 
Freelon fm Kossuth 8 to 
Hecker. 

Bowdoin, bet Hamilton 
and Dartmouth fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

Bower Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 

Bowie Avenue, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eleventh E. 

Bowles Place, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 
fm Howard N. 

Bowman Place. S s 
Bryant nr First. 

Boyce, bet Cook and Wil- 
liamson fm Point Lobos 
avN. 



Boyd, bet Harrison and 
Bryant, Seventh and • 
Eighth, and E and W sides 
Chesley. 
Bradford, fm Cortland 
av N to Calliornla av BH. 
Brady, bet Potter and 
Hermann fm Market SE to 
Mission, 
Brady Place, bet Green 

and Union fm Larkin E. 
Brannan, bet Bryant and 
Townsend SWfm Beale to 
Potrero av. 
S.E. Street. N. W. 

1 Beale 2 

101 Fremont 100 

201 First 200 

301 Second 300 

311 Stanford 

Central place 

371 Thompson avenue 

401 Third 400 

417 Ritch 416 

Zoe 430 

501 Fourth 560 

601 Fifth 600 

701 Sixth 700 

Clinton.. 

Geneva 

Boardman place ... 

Brannan place 

Gilbert 

801 Seventh 800 

Norton court 

901 Eighth 900 

Converse 

1001 Ninth 1000 

Brannan Place, bet 

Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan SE. 
Brenham Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 
Clay to Washington. 
Brewster, 1m Hope SW 

to California av, B H. 
Bridge, bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde fm Broadway S. 
Bright, nr San Miguel 

Station. 
Broad, W s Old San Josfi 
Road nr San Miguel Sta- 
tion. 
Broad's Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Bush 
N. 
Broadway, bet Pacific 

and Vallejo fm Davis W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Davis 2 

101 Front 100 

201 Battery 200 

301 Sansome 300 

321 Ohio. — - 

Bartol 340 

401 Montgomery 400 

Rowland alley. — — J 

501 Kearny 500 

Plnckuey 620 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Dupont 600 

Duncan court 620 

701 Stockton 700 

709 Virginia place 

Morev ailev 730 

801 Powell 800 

817 Scott place 

901 Mason 900 

921 Salmon 

1001 Taylor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

1101 Jones 1100 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1205 Morse place 

1213 Bridge 

1301 Hvde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

Maxwell 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Nese avenue . 1600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

2301 Fillmore 2300 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2501 Pierce 2">00 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Devlsadero 2700 



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2801 Broderick 2800 

2901 Baker. 2900 

Broderick, bet Devlsa- 
dero and Baker fm Waller 
to Lewis. 
Went. Street. E. fide. 

1 Waller 2 

101 Haight 100 

201 Page 200 

301 Oak 300 

401 Fell 400 

501 Hayes 500 

601 Grove 600 

701 Fulton 700 

801 McAllister 800 

901 Tyler 900 

1001 Turk 1000 

1101 Eddy 1100 

1201 Ellis 1200 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

1401 Geary 1400 

Garden av 

1501 Post 1500 

1601 Sutter 1600 

1701 Bush 1700 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 1900 

2001 Sacramento .-.2000 

2101 Clay 2100 

2201 Washington .........2200 

2301 Jackson 2300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

2901 Filbert 2900 

8001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard ■. 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

3401 Bay 3400 

3501 North Point 3500 

3601 Beach 3600 

3701 Jefferson.... 3700 

3801 Tonquln 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Broderick Avenue, 
bet Eleventh and Potter 
fm Market S. 
Brook, fm Dolores nr 
Thirteenth E to San Jose" 
Road. 
Brooklyn Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento 8. 
Brooks, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Market to 
Geary. 
Brosnan, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm Valencia 
to Guerrero. 
Brown's Alley, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Mc- 
Allister N. 
Bryan Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Bush N. 
Bryant, bet Harrison and 
Brannan SW fm Spear to 
Eleventh. 
S.E. Street. X.W. 

1 Spear 2 

101 Main 100 

2fl Beale 200 

301 Fremont 300 

401 First 400 

419 Rlncon place 418 

443 Stanly place 444 

501 Second 500 

533 Central place 

601 Third 600 

615 Bitch 

635 Zoe 

701 Fourth 700 

801 Fifth 800 

Fifth av 

Oak Grove av 

Park av 

900 Sixth 900 

Clinton 

- Garden 

— - Jones place 

Gilbert 

1001 Seventh 1000 

Downey 

White place 

Decatur 

1101 Eighth 1100 

1117 Converse 

Bryant avenue 1118 

1201 Ninth 1200 

Dore . 



1301 Tenth 1300 

(e) Eleventh (e) 

Bryant Avenue, bet 

York and Columbia fm 
Twenty-first S to Serpen- 
tine av. 
Bryant Avenue, bet 

Eighth and Ninth fm Bry- 
ant NW. 
Buchanan, bet Laguna 
and Webster N fm Market 
to Lewis. 
W. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Kate 100 

201 Waller. 200 

301 Haight 300 

Rose avenue ,.. 

401 Page 400 

Lily avenue 

501 Oak 500 

Hickory avenue... 

601 Fell 600 

Linden avenue. 

701 Hayes 700 

Ivy avenue 

801 Grove 800 

Birch avenue 

901 Fulton 900 

Ash avenue 

1001 McAllister 1000 

Locust avenue 

1101 Tyler 1100 

Elm avenne 

1201 Turk 1200 

Lauiel avenue 

1301 Eddy 1300 

Willow avenue 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Olive avenue 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter. 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2800 

2901 Green : 2900 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Plxley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

Lobos Square, 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Buchanan Alley, bet 
First and Second fm How- 
ard to Tehama 
Buena Vista, fm Cort- 
land av N E to Coso av. 
Buena Vista Park, 
bet Utah and Vermont, 
Napa and Shasta. 
Burcham Place, bet. 
Tyler and Turk fm Leav- 
enworth W. 
Burgoyne Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Pacific S. 
Burritt, bet Stockton and 

Powell fm Bush S. 

Burrows, bet Henry and 

Bacon fm San Bruno Road 

W, U.M. T. 

Burton, E of San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Bush, bet Sutter and Pine 

W f m Market to Central a v 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Market and Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

- — Bryan place 206 

301 Montgomery 300 

306 Russ alley — ■ 

311 Trinltv 

- — Belden 342 

401 Kearny 400 

Morse 406 



407 Clara lane 

433 Mary lane 

501 Dupont 500 

Chatham place 518 

601 Stockton 600 

603 Burritt 

Munroe 610 

615 Chelsea place •. 

701 Powell 700 

Bush-street place.. 714 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

1201 Hyde 1200 

Edward 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue.,1500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker. 2800 

2901 Lyon 2900 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Bush -st Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm 

Bush N. 
Butler, fm California a v 

S to Cortland av, B H. 
Butte, bet Solano and Napa 

fm the bay W to Harrison 
Byington, bet Ellis and 

O'Farrell fm Webster to 

Steiner. 
Byrne, fm Islais Creek S 

E to Baker av. 
Byron, fm Montcalm S to 

Hope, B H. 
Byron, San Miguel, W 

End Map No 2. • 
C, South S F, fin Front av 

SW to county line. 
C, bet B and D fm First av 

West 
Cabot, bet Samoset and 

StarSE fm California av 

to Franconla av, B H. 
Cadell Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 

Union N. 
Cadwallader, E of San 

Bruno Road 4 miles from 

City Hall. 
Calaveras, bet Amador 

and Mendocino fm the bay 

W to First av. 
Calhoun, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery fm Green 

to Alta. 
California, bet Pine and 

Sacramento W fm Market 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Market & Drumm 2 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

401 Sansome 400 

421 Leidesdorff 424 

501 Montgomery 500 

531 Spring 

Webb 532 

601 Kearny 600 

625 St Mary's place 

637 Quincy 

701 Dupont 700 

Seltna place 716 

725 Grace terrace 

801 Stockton 800 

Elick lane 

Pratt place 812 

821 Prospect place 820 

Miles court 832 

901 PoweU 900 

Gustavus 920 

1001 Mason 1000 

Cushmon 1016 

1101 Taylor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

Highland Terrace.. 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Helen place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

1501 Larkin 1500 



1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue.1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

Middle 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

jBOl Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

3501 Locust 3600 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

3901 First av 3900 

California Avenue, 

E of San Jose" Road and W 
of San Bruno Road, B H. 

Cam bridge, bet Yale and 
Oxford fm Silver av S, U. 
M. T. 

Cantille Place, bet 
Taylor and Jones fm Wash- 
ington N. 

Camp, bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth fm Guerrero 
E. 

Campbell, bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Dolo- 
res E. 

Capitol, W of Old San 
Jos6 Road nr San Miguel 
Station. 

Capp, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fifteenth S 
to Serpentine av. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Fifteenth 2 

Adair 

101 Sixteenth 100 

201 Seventeenth 200 

301 Eighteenth 300 

401 Nineteenth 400 

501 Twentieth 500 

601 Twenty-first 600 

701 Twenty-second..... 700 

801 Twenty-third 800 

901 Twenty -fourth 900 

1001 Twenty-fifth 1000 

1101 Twenty-sixth 1100 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 

Card Alley, bet Vallejo 
and Green fm Stockton W. 

Carl, bet Frederick and 
Sullivan fm Clayton W. 

Car losPl ace. be t Powell 
and Mason fm O'Farrell 8. 

Carolina, bet Wisconsin 
and De Haro fm Eighth S 
to Napoleon. 

Caroline, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom SE. 

Caroline, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Howard S. 

Caroline Place, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Powell E. 

Carr Place, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm Chestnut S. 

Carver, fm California av 
S to Powhattan, B H. 

Case, Ws San Bruno Road 
4 miles fm City Hall. 

Castro, bet Noe and Dia- 
mond fm Ridley S. 

Cedar, bet Davis and 
Front fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Cedar Alley, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
fm Dolores W. 

Cedar A venue, bet 
Geary and Post fm Larkin 
to Laguna. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness av 200 

301 Franklin 300 



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401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

Cedar Lane, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Mission to Valencia. 

Cemetery Avenne (see 
Central av) 

Center, bet El Dorado and 
Santa Clara fm the bay W 
to Harrison. 

Central, nr San Miguel 
Station. 

Central Avenue, bet 
Lyon and Walnut fm 
Geary N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 

Central Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Central Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Bryant 
to Brannan. 

t entral Road, fm Mc- 
Allister SWto Ocean View 
House. 

Centre, bet Second and 
Third fm Bryant SE to 
South Park 

Chace, fm Islals Creek S 
to Hecker. 

Chambers, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Davis to 
Battery. 

Chambers Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 

Channel, bet Berry and 
Hooper SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 

Channel, W s San Bruno 
Boad 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Chapultepec, I'm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Charity, fm Cadwallader 
NW to Islals Creek. 

Charles, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hvde fm Tyler 
N. 

Charles, S of Fairmount 
fm San Jos6 Road NW to 
Chenery. 

Charles Place,bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Essex pi. 

Chase, bet Williamson and 
Merrifield fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Chatham Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Bush N. 

Chattanooga, bet Dolo- 
res and Church fm Twen- 
ty-first S tp Twenty-fourth 

Chelsea Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Bush S. 

Chenery, S s Thirtieth S 
to Randall, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Cherry, bet Maple and 
First av fm California N. 

Cherubusco, fm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Chesley, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Harrison SE. 

Chestnut, bet Lombard 
and Francisco W fm San- 
gome to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Sansome 2 

(c) Montgomery 

Webster 

101 Kearny 100 

201 Dupont 200 

Bellalr place 224 

301 Stockton 300 

Chestnut alley 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

Newell 

Montgomery av ... 

601 Taylor 600 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

HOI Hyde 900 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1201 Van Ness avenue .1200 

1301 Franklin 1300 

1401 Gough 1400 

1501 Octavia 1500 

1601 Laguna 1600 



1701 Buchanan 1700 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore 1900 

2001 Steiner 2000 

2101 Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 Devisadero 2300 

2401 Broderlck 2400 

2501 Baker.. 2500 

Chestnut Alley, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Chestnut N. 
China, NW g Dry Dock 

Basin to Water Front. 
Church, bet Dolores and 

Sanchez fm Ridley S to 

Thirtieth. 
Church Lane, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth fm 

Dolores W to Church. 
Church Place, bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 

fm Dupont W. 
City Hall Avenue, fm 

Market opp Eighth to Park 

av. 
Clairville Place. See 

Graham Place. 
Clara, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Rltch to 

Sixth. 
Clara Avenue, W of 

Douglass fm Eighteenth N 
Clara Lane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Sutter to 

Bush. 
Clarence Place, bet 

Second and Third fm 

Townsend NW. 
Clark, bet Jackson and 

Pacific fm Drumm to 

Front. 
Clay, bet Sacramento and 

Washington W fm East. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

Cedar. 212 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500. 

527 Leidesdorff 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 700 

Brenham place 750 

801 Dupont 800 

813 Waverly place 814 

Spofford 828 

901 Stockton 900 

- — Clay avenue 916 

917 Prospect place 

1001 Powell 1000 

1015 Tav 

Wetmore place 1016 

1101 Mason 1100 

Yerba Buena 1115 

1201 Taylor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

Priest 

Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

Torrens court 

1601 Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue.1800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

2601 Steiner 2600 

2701 Pierce 2700 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2900 

3001 Broderlck 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Central avenue 3300 

3401 Walnut 3400 

■3501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locu6t 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Clay Avenue, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Clay N. 
Clayton, bet Ashbury and 
Cole fm Fulton S. 



Cleavcland, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Columbia Square. 

Clement, bet California 
and Point Lobos av fm 
First av W. 

Clemenl| Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 

Clementina, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm First 
SW. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 First 2 

(6) S°cond (6) 

(b) Third (6) 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

(6) Sixth (6) 

(6) Seventh (6) 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

Clinton, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to SE 
of Brannan. 

Clinton Park, bet Rid- 
ley and Fourteenth fm 
Guerrero W. 

Clipper, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm Old 
San Jose Road W to Doug- 
lass 

Codman Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Washington S. 

Cohen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm El- 
lis S. 

Cohn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson S. 

Cole, W of Clayton S fm 
Fulton to Carl. 

College, bet Dartmouth 
and University fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

College Place, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk fm Hayes N. 

Collins, bet Wood and 
Ferrle fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

Colorado, bet Mexico 
and Arizona fm Water 
Front S to India 

Colton, bet Market and 
Mission fm Brady E. 

Columbia, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth fm 
Valencia W. 

Columbia, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison 

Columbia, bet Florida 
and Harrison fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first, 
thence E to Florida, 
thence S to Serpentine av. 

Columbia Place, S s 
Preclta av S to California 
av, B H. 

Columbia Place, bet 
Brannan and Bryant fm 
Boardman Place W. 

Columbia Square, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Sherman and Columbia 

Colusa, bet Yolo and 
Marin fm the bay W to 
Nebraska 

Commerce, bet Green 
and Union fm the bay to 
Battery 

Commercial, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm East 
to Dupont- 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

525 Leidesdorff. 524 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny.. 700 

(e) Dupont (e) 

Congdon, nr Junction 
San Bruno Road and Sil- 
ver av. 

Connecticut, bet Mis- 
souri and Arkansas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 



Converse, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Bryant S. 

Cook, bet Ferrle and 
Boyce fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

Cooper's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson 8. 

Cortex, fm California av 
bet Montcalm and Samo- 
set E to Franconia av. 

Cortland Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr Thirti- 
eth E to San Bruno Road. 

Coso Avenue, fm North 
av NW to California av. 

Cottage Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Jones 
E. 

Cottage Place, bet Clay 
and Washington fm Tay- 
lor W. 

County Road or San 
Jose Road, fm termi- 
nation of Mission SW to 
County Line. 

Creek Lane, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth fm 
Howard to Folsom 

Crescent Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr St Ma- 
ry's College E to San Bru- 
no Road. 

Crocker, S s Stevenson 
av bet Brady and Hermann 

Crook, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 

Cross, San Miguel, W End 
Map No 1. 

Cushman, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Custom House Place, 
bet Battery and Sansome 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 

D. bet C and Golden Gate 
Park fm First av W. 

D, South S F, fm Water 
Front SW to countv line. 

Dakotah. fm Water 
Fronts to India. 

Hale Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Ty- 
ler S. 

Dame, bet Chenery and 
Whitney S s Thirtieth to 
Randall. 

Dartmouth, bet Bow- 
doln and College fm Silver 
av S, U. M. T. 

Davis, bet Drumm and 
Front N fm Market to 
Vallejo. 

West. Street. E. side* 

1 Market and Pine.. 2 

101 California 100 

109 William place — 

201 Sacramento 200 

215 Commercial 214 

301 Clay 300 

(d) Merchant (d) 

401 Washington 400 

411 Oregon 410 

501 Jackson 500 

513 Clark 514 

601 Pacific (d) 

619 Chambers (d) 

701 Broadway (d) 

(e) Vallejo (e) 

Dawson Place, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm 

Mason E. 
Day, bet Twenty-ninth 

and Thirtieth fm Old San 

Jose Road W to Bellevue. 
Day, bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth fm Dolores E. 
De Room, bet Bryant 

and Brannan fm Second 

NE. 
DeHaro,bet Carolina and 

Rhode Island fm Eighth 8 

to Precita Creek. 
DcKalb, fm Cortland av 

S to Crescent av. 
Decatur, S s Crescent av 

W of Porter. 
Decatur, bet Seventh 

and Eighth fm Bryant to 

Brannan. 



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GEO. B. KNOWLES & SON, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LtMBEK, S.K. cor. 
Mission and Main Sts., and N.W. cor. Bryant and Main Sts. 



STREET GUTDE. 



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Delaware, bet Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland fm 
Solano 8 to First av 

Delaware Avenue, 

E s Old San Jose Road and 
N s Ocean House Road S 
to San Miguel 
Delaware Court, bet 
Powell and Mason fin 
Sutter N. 
Delgado Place, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Hyde E. 
Delta Place, E s Mason 

bet Sutter and Bush 
Dent Plaee, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jack- 
son N. 
Dcvisadero. bet Scott 
and Broderick N fm Bid- 
ley to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Hatght 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 600 

701 Grove 700 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

1001 Tvler 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Gearv 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo. 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 NorthPoint 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Devrees, E of San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Dewey, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry. 

Dexter, bet Spear and 

Main fm Howard S. 
Diamond, bet Castro and 
Douglass fm Seventeenth 
8 to Thirtieth. 
Diamond, Yisitacion 

Valley. 
Dicker son. E s San Bru- 
no Road, 3'^ miles fm City 
Hall. 
Dikeman Place, bet 
Ellis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 
Dock, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fin Battery E. 
Dock. South S F, bet Tevis 
and Ship fm Filth av 8W 
to county line. 
Dodge, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Turk S. 
Dolores, bet Guerrero and 
Church fm Markets to Old 
San Jose Road. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Baltimore Park.... 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

Wells avenue 

801 Sixteenth 300 

Church lane ' 

Campbell 

401 Seventeenth 400 

Railroad avenue ... 

Dorland 

501 Eighteenth 500 



601 Nineteenth 600 

Columbia 

701 Twentieth 700 

Liberty 

801 Twenty-first 800 

901 Twentv-eecond 900 

1001 Twenty-third 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

Jersey. 

1201 Twenty-fifth 1200 

Clipper 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

Army 

1401 Twenty-seventh... 1400 

Duncan 

1501 Twenty-eighth 1500 

VaUev 

1601 Twenty-ninth 1600 

Day 

• Thirtieth „ 

Dora (now Langton) 
Dore, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Harrison to 
Brannan. 
Dore Alley, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Jackson S. 
Dorland, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
E of Dolores W to San- 
chez. 
Douglas Place, bet 
Harrison and Folsom fm 
Beale E. 
Douglass, bet Diamond 
and Ellen fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 
Dow Place, bet Fol6om 
and Harrison fm Second 
SW to Hawthorne. 
Downey,bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Bryant S. 
Drumin, bet East and 
Davis N fm Market to Pa- 
cific. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Cal'a.. 2 

101 Sacramento 100 

115 Commercial 116 

201 Clay 200 

(6) Merchant 214 

301 Washington 300 

Oregon 

401 Jackson 400 

409 Clark 

(e) Pacific (e) 

Drury Eane,bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Langton 
Dry, or Junction, W 8 
Old San Jose Road bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth W to Bellevue. 
Duane, bet Lombard and 

Chestnut fm Jones W. 
Dumcombe Alley. 
bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Jackson N. 
Dunbar Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Merchant to Washing- 
ton. 
Duncan, bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty- 
eighth fm Old San Jose 
Road W to Bellevue. 
Duncan Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Broadway N. 
Dunn Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Kear- 
ny E. 
Dupont, bet Kearny and 
Stockton N fm Market to 
Beach. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market* O'Farrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

111 Morton 110 

201 Post 200 

Ashburton place... 208 

213 Stockton place 

219 Mills place 

301 Sutter 300 

Berry 312 

313 Harlan place 

401 Bush 4oO 

501 •Pine 500 

505 Virginia place 

601 California 600 

Dupont place — — 

701 Sacramento 700 

Commercial 714 

801 Clay 800 



901 Washington 900 

923 Hall Court 

1001 Jackson. 1000 

1021 Sullivan allev 

1101 Pacific 1100 

Dupont alley 1126 

1201 Broadway 1200 

Montgomery av.... 

Hinckley 

1301 Vallejo 1300 

1401 Green U00 

1501 Union 1500 

Nobili alley 1506 

1601 Filbert 1600 

Gerke alley 1618 

1701 Greenwich 1700 

1709 Church place 

1801 Lombard 1800 

1901 Chestnut 1900 

Pfelffer 

2001 Francisco 2000 

2101 Bay 2100 

2201 North Point .2200 

(e) Beach (e) 

Dupont Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
Dupont E to Montgom- 
ery av 
Dupont Place. See 

Mansion House Place. 
Dwight, bet Woolsey and 
Olmstead fm San Bruno 
Road W, U. M. T. 
E, South S F, fm First av S 

W to county line. 
East, fm Folsom NW to 

Pacific, fronting the bay. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Folsom (d) 

101 Howard (d) 

201 Mission id) 

?fll Market (d) 

401 Clay id) 

Merchant id) 

501 Washington (d) 

601 Jackson (d) 

(e) Pacific (e) 

Ecker, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Market SE. 
Eddy, bet Turk and Ellis 
W fm Junction Powell and 
Market. 
South. Street. 2V. side. 
1 Market and Powell 2 

Anna lane 14 

27 Eddy place 

101 Mason 100 

201 Taylor 200 

301 Jones 300 

401 Leavenworth 400 

501 Hyde 500 

601 Larkin 600 

701 Polk 700 

801 Van Ness avenue. 800 

901 Franklin 900 

1001 Gough 1000 

1101 Octavia 1100 

1201 Laguna 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 Fillmore 1500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

Farren avenue 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devlsadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

(e) St. Joseph's av (e) 

Eddy Place, bet Mason 

and Market fm Eddy 
Edinburgh, Excelsior 

Homestead Association. 
Edward, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Bush N. 
Eighteenth, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth fin 
Harrison W to Douglass 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

119 Shotwell 118 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 218 

301 Mission 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 



1101 Diamond 1100 

1201 Douglass 1200 

[This Street is now being 

renumbered.] 
Eighteenth Avenue, 
South S F, from Islais 
Creek to Water Front. 
Eighteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 8. 
Eighth, bet Seventh and 
Ninth fm Market SE to 
Center. 
East Street. W.side- 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

115 Minna 114 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

205 Nunan's alley 

(6) Tehama 

Clementina 

301 Folsom 300 

Shipley 

Heron 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

Townsend 

Eighth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
O. 
Eighth A venue, South 
S F, fm Islais Creek to 
Water Front. 
El Dorado, bet Alameda 
and Center fm the bay to 
Sixth and fm Eighth to 
Harrison. 
Eleventh, bet Tenth and 
Twelfth fm Market SE to 
Bryant. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

Bowie avenue 

Henrietta square.. 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
S. 
Eleventh Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
Elgin Park Avenue, 
S s Market bet Valencia 
and Guerrero. 
Eliza,bet Taylor and Jones 

rin Union N. 
Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Washington 
N. 
Elizabeth, bet Twenty- 
thtrd and Twenty-fourth 
fm San Jos<5 av W. 
Elizabeth, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom SE to 
Louisa. 
Elk, fm Cadwallader N to 

Islais Creek 
Ellen, bet Douglass and 
Bellevue fm Elizabeth S 
to Thirtieth 
Ellen, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Harrison 8. 
Ellick Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Ellick Lane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 
Elliot Park, bet Geary 
and O'Farrell fm Steiner 
W. 
Ellis, bet Eddy and O'Far- 
rell W fm Junction Stock- 
ton and Market 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Stockton 2 

101 Powell 100 

111 Anna 

201 Mason 200 

301 Taylor 300 

401 Jones 400 

501 Leavenworth 500 

601 Hvde 600 

701 Larkin 700 

801 Polk.... 800 

901 Van Ness avenue.. 900 



GEO. W. CLARK 

5 



645 MARKET STREET, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 

Paper Hangings and Shade Material. Manufacturer <* Window Shades 



H 



INCKEEY, SPIERS & HATES, FUtTON IRON WORKS, 213 Fremont Street, 

Manufacturers of HOISTING WORKS, CACiES, BUCKETS and CARS. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



1001 Franklin 1000 

1101 Gough 1100 

1201 Octavia 1200 

1301 Laguna 1300 

1401 Buchanan 1400 

Hollls 

1501 Webster 1500 

Folger 

1601 Fillmore 1600 

1701 Stelner 1700 

Bourbin place 

1801 Fierce 1800 

Farren avenue 

1901 Scott 1900 

Beldeman „. 

2001 Devlsadero 2000 

2101 Broderick 2100 

(c) St. Joseph's av (e) 

Ellsworth, fm California 
av S to Cortland av, B. H. 

Elm Avenue, bet Tyler 
and Turk fm Larkin W. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Folk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

(&) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square... 

Emma, bet Bush and 
Fine fm Stockton E. 

Emma, E of San Bruno 
Boad 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Emma Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Chestnut S. 

Emmet Place, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Stockton W. 

Erie, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth fm Mission to 
Howard 

Esmeralda Avenue. 
fm North av N\V to Cali- 
fornia av 

Essex, bet First and Sec- 
ond f m Folsom to Harrison 

Essex Place,bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Essex W 
to Charles pi. 

Estefana,Junction Heck- 
er and Stringham SW to 
Islals Creek 

Eugenia, bet Josephine 
and Wood fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Eureka, bet Diamond 
and Douglass fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twenty-third. 

Eureka, S of West Eldo- 
rado fm Sixth to Center. 

Eureka Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkin 
E. 

Eve, W s San Bruno Road 
W to California av, B H 

Everett, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Third to 
Fourth. 

Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Mason 
W. 

F, South S F, fm Third av 
SW to county line. 

Fair Avenue, fm Cali- 
fornia av W to San Jose 
Road. 

Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero 
and Dolores fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth and 
fm Twenty-first to Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Fairmount, S of Ran- 
dall fm San Jose Road W 
to Bemls 

Faith, fm California av N 
W to Brewster, B H 

Falcon Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Taylor E. 

Farren Avenue, bet 
Scott and Pierce fm Eddy 
N. 
Fell, bet Oak andHayesW 
fm Junction Polk and Mar- 
ket. 
South. Street. 2V. side. 
1 Market and Polk .. 2 
101 Van Ness avenue . 100 

201 Franklin 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavia 400 

501 Laguna 500 



601 Buchanan. 600 

701 Webster 700 

801 Fillmore -800 

901 Stelner 900 

1001 Pierce 1000 

1101 Scott 1100 

1201 Devlsadero 1200 

1301 Broderick. 1300 

1401 Baker 1400 

1501 Lyon 1500 

1661 Lott 1600 

1701 Masonic avenue... 1700 

1801 Ashbury 1800 

1901 Clayton 1900 

2001 Cole 2000 

2101 Shrader 2100 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Fella Place, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell E. 
Fern Avenue, bet Sutter 
and Bush fm Larkin to La- 
guna. 
South. Street. A r . side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Ferrie, bet Collins and 
Cook fm Point Lobos av N. 
Fifteenth, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 
Soicth Street. A', side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

217 Capp 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

First avenue 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

[This Street is now being 

renumbered.] 
Fifteenth Avenue, 
South S F, f m Islais Creek 
to Water Front 
Fifteenth A venue, im 
Presidio Reservation S to 
"W 
Fifth, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

(6) Stevenson 14 

Mint av 22 

33 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

107 Minna 106 

125 Natoma 124 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama 210 

227 Clementina 226 

301 Folsom 300 

317 Shipley 316 

329 Clara 328 

401 Harrison 400 

Perry 

501 Bryant 500 

Tilford 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Hubbell 

South 

Fifth Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islals to Water 
Front 
Fifth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation south to 
K. 
Fifth Avenue, bet Fifth 

and Sixth fm Harrison S. 
Filbert, bet Union and 
Greenwich W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 



South. Street. N. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Billings place 

■ Norton place 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearnv 400 

407 Filbert place 

417 Varennes 

427 Grand place 

501 Dupont 500 

Medau place 504 

515 Jasper place 

601 Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Gaven 706 

Montgomery av.... 

Scotland 724 

801 Mason 800- 

901 Taylor 900 

Roach 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkin 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

Filher t PI ace,bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Union 
to Filbert. 
Fillmore, bet W T ebster 
and Steiner N f m Ridley to 
Lewis. 
South. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Kate 100 

Germania 

201 Waller 200 

301 Haight 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak _.. 500 

601 FeU 600 

701 Hayes 700 

801 Grove 800 

901 Fulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Tyler 1100 

1201 Turk .1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Byington 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jacksoa 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2800 

2901 Green 2900 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Pixley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

3501 Francisco 3500 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 NorthPoint 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

First, bet Fremon* and 

Second fm Market SE to 

the bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 22 

Jessie 46 



Lick alley 56 

101 Mission 100 

- Minna 118 

Natoma 148 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 220 

223 Tehama place 

Clementina 248 

301 Folsom 300 

Guy place 318 

Boston place 320 

Laurel place 350 

401 Harrison 400 

Goodseil place 

Simpson place 416 

Alger place 

501 Bryant 500 

Frederick 520 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome East 

(e) Townsend (e) 

First Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm 
Fourteenth to Sixteenth. 

First Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

First Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islais to China. 

Flint Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Bat- 
tery W. 

Floral drove, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Market N to Geary 

Florence, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Broadway to 
Vallejo. 

Florida, bet York and 
Columbia fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first. 

Folger, bet Webster and 
Fillmore fm Ellis S. 

Folsom, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW from East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 

S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 East 2 

(r) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

315 Zoe place 

401 Fremont 400 

Baldwin court 408 

409 Grant place 

501 First 500 

Ecker 

543 Essex 

601 Second 600 

633 Hawthorne 

649 Hampton place 

701 Third 700 

717 Ritch 

761 Haywood 

801 Fourth 800 

827 Miller place 

901 Fifth 900 

929 Willow 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Caroline 

Harriet 1016 

1019 Columbia 

Russ 1028 

1039 Sherman 

Moss 1042 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1113 Langton 1114 

1127 ' Harrison avenue... 

Rausch 1130 

1145 Folsom avenue 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1417 Juniper 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Nevada — a 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second. ...2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twentv-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 



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LACE CURTAINS, BLANKETS and FLANNELS 
A SPECIALTY. Office. 33 Geary St . 



i M APnnwnilPU importer of and dealer in coal AND PI& IRON, 

J. niMUtiUllUUUn, 41 Market Street, corner Sd 



Street, corner Spear. 



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Foliom Avenue, bet 

Seventh and Eighth fin 
Folsom SE. 

Ford, bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth fm Sanchez W 
to Castro. 

Fortieth Avenue, 
South S F,fm E, south to 
county line. 

Fortieth Avenue, fm 
City Cemetery S. 

Forty-eighth Avenue 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-fifth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-fifth Avenue, 
South S F, fm west of F, 
south to county line. 

Forty-first Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-first Avenue, 
South S F, fm west of E, 
south to county line. 

Forty -fourth Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery S. 

Fo rty-fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm west 
of F, south to county line. 

Forty-ninth Avenue, 
fm B, south to J. 

Forty-second Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty-second Av- 
enue, South S F, fm west 
of E, south to county line. 

Forty-seventh Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Forty-sixth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-third Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Forty-third Avenue, 
South SF, fmwest of F, 
south to county line. 

Fountain, bet Ellen and 
Bellevue fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth 

Fourteenth, ■ bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard. 200 

Natoma 

Minna 

301 Mission 300 

First avenue 

401 Valencia 400 

601 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Market 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Koe 900 

1001 Castro..... 1000 

Fourteenth Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 

Fourteenth Avenne, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
south to y. 

Fourth, bet Third and 
Fifth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market _. 2 

21 Stevenson 

31 Jessie 30 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 116 

133 Everett 

201 Howard.... 200 

219 Tehama 218 

243 Clementina 242 

301 Folsom 300 

317 Louisa 316 

333 Clara 332 

401 Harrison __ 400 

418 Perry 416 

431 Silver 

501 Bryant 500 

523 Welsh 

537 Freelon 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 620 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

King 

801 Berry 800 



Channel 

floop.r. 

Irwin 

HubbelL 

Fourth Place.bet Hyde 

and Larkin fm Pacific S 
Fourth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
K. 
Fourth Avenue, South 
S F, fm Isials to Dry 
Dock. 
Francisco, bet Chestnut 
and Bay W fm Montgom- 
ery to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Montgomery 2 

Webster 

(c) Kearny (c) 

101 Dupont 100 

Midway East 

Bellair place 

201 Stockton 200 

Midway West 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

501 Taylor 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue„1100 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

Laguna 

Lobos Square 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderick 2300 

2401 Baker 2400 

Franconia Avenue, 
fm Hope SW to California 
av.BH 
Frank Place, bet Pine 
and California fm Mason W 
Franklin, bet Van Ness 
av and Gough N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side 

1 Market and Page... 2 

Lily avenue 

101 Oak 100 

Hickory avenue.... 
201 Fell 200 

Linden avenue 

301 Hayes 300 

Ivv avenue 

401 Grove 400 

Birch avenue 

501 Fulton 500 

Ash avenue 

601 McAllister 600 

Locust avenue...... 

701 Tyler. 700 

Elm avenue 

801 Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

901 Eddy 900 

Willow avenue 

1001 EUis 1000 

Olive avenue 

1101 O'Farreu. 1100 

Myrtle avenue 

1201 Geary 1200 

Cedar avenue 

1301 Post 1300 

Walnut avenue 

1401 Sutter , 1400 

Fern avenue 

1501 Bush 1500 

1507 Austin 1508 

1601 Pine 1600 

1701 California 1700 

1801 Sacramento 1800 

1901 Clay 1900 

2001 Washington. 2000 

2101 Jackson 2100 

2201 Pacific 2200 

2301 Broadway 2300 

2401 VaUeJo 2400 

2501 Green 2500 

2601 Union 2600 

2701 Filbert 2700 

2801 Greenwich 2800 

2901 Lombard 2900 



3001 Chestnut 3000 

3101 Francisco 3100 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Franklin Square, bet 
Santa Clara and Center, 
York and Jersey. 
Frederick, bet Bryant 
and Brannan fm First S W. 
Frederick, bet Carl and 
Waller fm Masonic av W. 
Freelon, bet Bourne and 
Orsenius fm Byrne S to 
Salome 
Freelon, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 
Fourth: 
Fremont, bet Beale and 
First fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

243 Lincoln place 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

425 Lawrence place.... 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brannan (e) 

Fremont Court, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Clay 
S. 
Fresno, bet Plumas and 
India fm the bay W to 
First av. 
Friedman Place, bet 
Pacific and Broadway from 
Larkin E. 
Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N from Market to 
Greenwich. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

211 Halleck 

301 Sacramento _ 300 

317 Commercial 318 

401 Clav 400 

(c) Merchant 416 

501 Washington 500 

Oregon 510 

601 Jackson 600 

Clark 614 

701 Pacific 700 

713 Chambers 712 

801 Broadway 800 

901 Vallejo (d) 

1001 Green (d) 

Commerce (d) 

1101 Union (d) 

Dock (d) 

1201 Filbert (d) 

(e) Greenwich (e) 

Front Avenue, bet 

SVater Front and First av 
f m India SE. 
Fulton, bet Grove and 

McAllister W fm Larkin. 
South. Street. AT. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

1001 Steiner 100O 

1101 Pierce „ 1100 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devisadero 1300 

1401 Broderick 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

1601 Lyon 1600 

1701 Lot* 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue„..1800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clavton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

2301 Stanvan 2300 

G, South S F, from India 

SW to Visitation Valley. 
Gaines, bet Battery and 
Sansome fm Green to 
Union. 



Gale, bet First and Second, 
fm Townsend to , and front- 
ing, the bav. 

Galindo Alley, bet Gu- 
errero and Dolores fm Fif- 
teenth to Sixteenth. 

Garden, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 

Garden Avenue, bet 
Geary and Post fm Devis- 
adero to Broderick 

Gardner, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Post N. 

Gardner Place, bet 
Clay and Washington fm 
Mason W. 

Garen, W s San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall 

Gates, fm Cortland av S to 
Crescent av, B H 

G a v e n , University H 
Assn. 

Garen, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to 
Greenwich. 

Geary, bet O'Farrell and 
Post W fmjunction Kear- 
ny and Market to Central 
av. 

South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Kearny.. 2 

25 Brooks 

101 Dupont 100 

201 Stockton 200 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

Metcalfe place 416 

417 Martha place 

501 Taylor 500 

511 Geary place 

515 William 512 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue.,1100 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

1501 Laguna. .....1500 

1601 Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderick 2300 

St Joseph's av 

2401 Baker 2400 

2501 Lyon 2500 

(e) Central avenue... _ (e) 

Geary Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Geary S. 

Geneva, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Brannan SE. 

George, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Hooper to Hub- 
bell. 

Georgia, bet Louisiana 
and - Michigan fin Solano S 
to First av. 

Gerke Alley, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Dupont 
E. 

Germania, bet Kate and 
Waller fm Webster to Fill- 
more. 

Gertrudis, fm Hecker S 
W to Isials Creek 

Gibbs, bet Washington and 
Jackson I'm Montgomery 
av W. 

Gibson, bet Green and 
Union fm Larkin E. 

Gilbert, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to 
Townsend. 

Gilmore. E s Kentucky 
nr Shasta 

Girard, bet San Bruno 
Road and Berlin fm Sliver 
av S. 

Glen Park Avenue, 
bet Mission and Howard 
fm Twelfth SW. 

Glenwood Place, bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 
fm Howanl S. 

Glover,bet Broadway and 
Vallejo fm Jones W. 



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2001 Clay 2000 










and Sansome fm Vallejo 




301 




. 300 


Mason fm California to Sac- 


to Green. 


2201 Jackson 2200 


401 




.. 400 


ramento. 


Oodeua, E 8 Mission nr 


2301 Pacific 2300 





Telegraph place.. 




Guttenberg, W End H 


Thirtieth E to California 


2401 Broadway 2400 


501 




. 500 


Assn. 


av 


2501 Vallejo 2500 


505 







Guy Place, bet Folsom 


Ood.r, W s Mission near 


2601 Green 2600 




Bellevue avenue. 


. 


and Harrison fm First SW. 


Twerty-etghth 


2701 Union 2700 


601 




.. 600 


H, bet Golden Gate Park 


Goettingen, bet Berlin 


2801 Filbert 2800 


701 




. 700 


and I fm First av W. 


and Williams fm Silver 
avS. 


2901 Greenwich 2900 

3001 Lombard 3000 


703 






H, South S F, fm Fourth av 
SW to Vieitaclon Valley. 


Chamber's alley. 


Gold, bet Jackson and Pa- 


3101 Chestnut 3100 


721 




— . — 


Haggin, bet Third and 


• cine fm Sansome to Mont- 
gomery. 


3201 Francisco 3200 


801 


Montgomery av.. 


'.' 800 


Fourth fin King to Berry. 
Halght, bet Waller and 


Bay 


Golden Con rt. bet Jones 


Gov't Reservation 









Page W fm Junction Gough 


and Leavenworth fm Sac- 


(e) Lewis (e 









and Market. 


ramento S. 


Grace Terrace, S s Cali- 


901 


Taylor 


.. 900 


South. Street. N. tide. 


Golden GnteAv 


fornia bet Dupont and 


907 




.. 


1 Market and Gough 2 


enue, bet McAllister and 


Stockton 


1001 




..1000 




Turk W fm Junction Tay- 


Graham Place, bet 


1101 




..1100 


201 Laguna 200 


lor and Market. 


Stockton and Dupont fm 






.. 




South. Street. 2V. tide. 


Union to Green, 


1201 


Hyde 


..1200 


401 Webster 400 


1 Market and Taylor 2 


Grand Avenue, bet 


1301 




.1300 






Ninth and Tenth fm Mis- 


1401 


Polk 


.1400 


601 Steiner 600 


201 Leavenworth 200 


sion to Howard. 

Grand Place, bet Du- 
pont and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S. 

Grant, bet Guerrero and 
Dolores, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 


1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 


Van Ness avenue 
Gough 


..1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 

..2000 


701 Pierce 700 


801 Scott 800 

901 Devisadero 900 

1001 Broderick 1000 




501 Polk 500 


1101 Baker 1100 




601 Van Ness avenue. 600 




.2100 


1301 Lott 1300 


701 Franklin....'. 700 


Grant Place, bet Fre- 


2201 




.2200 


1401 Masonic avenue . . . 1400 


801 Gough 800 


mont and First fm Folsom 


2301 




..2300 


1501 Ashbury 1500 


901 Octavia 900 


S. 
Grattan, S of Sullivan fm 


2401 
2501 


Scott 


2400 
.2500 


1601 Clavton 1600 


1701 Cole 1700 


1101 Buchanan 1100 


Stanyan W. 


2601 




..2600 


1801 Shrader 1800 




Green, bet Vallejo and 


2701 




..2700 


(e) Stanyan (e) 


1301 Fillmore 1300 


Union Wfm Front to Pre- 


2801 




..2800 


Hale,Ws San Bruno Road 


1401 Steiner 1400 


sidio Reservation. 








4 miles fm City Hall 


1501 Pierce 1500 


South. Street. N. side. 


Grisar, bet Union 


and 


Hall Alley, bet Sansome 




1 Front 2 


Filbert fm Octavia to La- 


and Montgomery fm Val- 


Seymour avenue... 


101 Battery 100 


guna. 




lejo S. 


1701 Devisadero 1700 




Grove, bet Hayes 


and 


Hall Court, bet Wash- 


1801 Broderick 1800 


201 Sansome 200 


Fulton fm Larkin W 




ington and Jackson fm 


1901 Baker 1900 




South. Street. iV. side. 


Dupont W. 


2001 Lyon 2000 




1 




. 2 


Hall Place, bet Leav- 




Vincent 316 


101 


Polk 


.. 100 


enworth and Hyde fm 


(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 
Golden Gate Park, 




201 




200 




Boneallev 326 


301 




. 300 


Halleck, bet California 


bet D and H fm the ocean 




401 


Gough 


. 400 


and Sacramento fm Front 


to Stanyan and bet Fell 




501 






to Leidesdorff. 


and Oak to Baker. 




601 




. 600 


Halleck. E s Buchanan 


Goldman Place, bet 


Lafayette place 420 


701 




. 700 


nr Lombard 


Sixteenth and Seven- 




801 




. 800 


Hamilton, bet Holvoke 


teenth fm Mission E. 




901 


Fillmore 


. 900 


and Bowdoln fm Silver av 


Good - Children, bet 




1001 




.1000 


S, U M T. 


Kearny and Dupont fm 


529 Bower place 








Hamilton Square, bet 


Greenwich to Lombard. 




1201 


Scott 


.1200 


Scott and Steiner, Post and 


Goodsell Place, bet 


Montgomery av.... 


1301 


Devisadero 


..1300 


Geary. 


Harrison and Bryant fm 




1401 




..1400 


Hamlin, bet Leaven- 


First E. 


701 Powell 700 


1501 


Baker 


..1500 


worth and Hyde fm Green 


Gordon, bet Eighth and 




1601 




.1600 


N. 


Ninth from Harrison NW. 


801 Mason 800 


1701 


Lott 


.1700 


Hamlin Place, bet 


Gough, bet Franklin and 
Octavia N fm Market to 




1801 


Masonic avenue. 


.1800 


Broadway and Vallejo fm 


901 Taylor 900 


1901 




.1900 


Larkin E. 






2001 




..2000 


Hammond Place, bet 


West. Street. E. side. 


1101 LeavenwoTth 1100 


2101 


Cole 


.2100 


Second and Third fm 


1 Market &Haight„ 2 


New Orleans alley 


2201 




.2200 


Townsend to Berrv. 






(e) 




. (e) 


Hampshire, bet Potrero 




1201 Hyde 1200 








av and YorK fm Mission 




1301 Larkin 1300 


Guerrero, bet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 


Creek S to Twenty-first, 
thence E to Jersey, thence 




1401 Polk 1400 


Hickory avenue..'.. 


1501 Van Ness avenue.,1500 


to Old San Jose Roa<J 




S to Serpentine av, and fm 




1601 Franklin 1600 


East 


Street. W. side. 


Islals Creek S, South S. F. 


Linden avenue 


1701 Gough 1700 


1 




. 2 


Hampton Court, bet 




1801 Octavia 1800 


101 






Hawthorne and Third fm 




2001 Buchanan 2000 









Harrison NW. 
Hampton Place, bet 




Baltimore Park... 




2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 


113 






Second and Third fm Fol- 
som SE. 








2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 


201 
301 


Fifteenth 


200 
. 300 


H an cock, bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, from 






2501 Scott 2500 


401 






Church to Noe. 













Hardie Place, bet Sut- 


901 Turk 900 


2701 Broderick 2700 


501 




. 500 


ter and Bush fm Kearny 




2801 Baker 2800 


519 




. 518 


E. 




2901 Lyon 2900 


601 




. 600 


Harlan Place, bet Sut- 




3001 Central avenue 3000 


701 






ter and Bush fm Dupont 




3101 Walnut 3100 








W. 




Green Place, bet Mont- 


801 




800 


Harriet, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Howard to 






gomery and Kearny fm 


901 


Twenty -first 


. 900 


Folsom. 


1301 Geary 1300 


Green N. 








Harrison, bet Folsom 


Cedar avenue 


Green's Court, bet 


1001 




.1000 


and Bryant SW fm Steuart 


1401 Post 1400 


Mission and Howard, 




M 




to Fourteenth, thence to 


Walnut avenue 


Spear and Steuart 


1101 




.1100 


Serpentine av. 


1501 Sutter 1500 


Greenwich, bet Filbert 




Elizabeth 




South. Street. N. side. 




and Lombard W fm Front 
to Presidio Reservation. 


1201 
1301 


Twentv-fifth 


1200 
.1300 


1 Steuart 2 

101 Spear 100 






South. Street. JV. side. 


1401 


Twenty-sixth 


1400 






1 Front 2 


Gunnison Avenue, S 


201 Mam 200 


1801 California 1800 


101 Battery 100 


s Prectta place S to Pros- 




1901 Sacramento 1900 


201 Sansome 200 


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501 First 500 

Essex 538 

551 Rincon place 

557 Stanley place _. 

Charles place 570 

601 Second... _ 600 

613 Vassar place 

- — Hawthorne 630 

Hampton court... _ 670 

701 Third _ 700 

Rltch 720 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

913 Fifth avenue 

953 Oak Grove avenue 

969 Park avenue _.. 

1001 Sixth .1000 

1011 Garden 

Columbia _ 

Sherman 

1101 Seventh™ 1100 

1119 Langtou - — 

1137 Chesley 

1MB Hayward _. 

Mariposa Terrace.. 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Gordon _ 

1301 Ninth 1300 

Dore „ 

1*1 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh. 1500 

Nevada _ 

- Twelfth 1600 

1601 Channel 

1701 Fourteenth 1700 

1721 Alameda 

1801 Fifteenth „1800 

1821 El Dorado 

1901 Sixteenth 1900 

1921 Santa Clara 

2001 Seventeenth 2000 

2021 Mariposa „ 

2101 Eighteenth 2100 

2121 Solano 

Nineteenth 2200 

2221 Butte 

2301 Twentieth 2300 

2401 Twentv-first... 2400 

2501 Twentv-second„...2500 

2601 Twentv-third 2600 

2701 Twenty-fourth 2700 

2801 Twentv-nfth 2S00 

2901 Twenty-sixth 2900 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Harrison Avenue, net 

Seventh and Eighth fm 

Folsom SE. 
Harry, fm Laidley SWto 

Beacon. 
Harry Place, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 

Xaguna E. 
Hartford, bet Noe and 

Castro fm Eighteenth S to 

Twentieth. 
Hartiuann. bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Greenwich 

to Montgomery av. 
Harvard, S s Silver avW 

of oxford. 
Harwood Alley, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 

Filbert S. 
Havens, bet Union and 

Filbert fm Leavenworth 

W. 
Havens Plaee, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Washington S. 
Haves, bet Tenth and 

Eleventh fm Folsom S. 
Hawthorne, bet Second 

and Third fm Folsom to 

Harrison. 
Hayes, bet Fell and Grove 

W fm Junction Market and 

Lark in. 
South. Street. X. side. 
1 Market 4 Larkin... 2 

College place 16 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough _ 400 

501 Octavla 500 

601 Laguna. 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

1001 Stelner 

1101 Pierce 

1201 Scott 1200 

1301 Devlsadero 1300 



1401 Broderiek 1400 

1501 Baker „ 1500 

1601 Lyon.. 1600 

1701 Lott. 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue....l800 

1901 Ashbury 1900 

2001 Clayton. 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

yp) Stanyan (e) 

Hayward, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Harrison 
SE. 

Haywood, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom to Lou- 
isa. 

Heath, fm Cortland av 
S to San Bruno Road. 

Hecker, fm Islais Creek 
W. 

Helen Plaee, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Cal- 
ifornia S. 

Helena, South. S F, S of 
Islais Creek fin Nebraska 
W to Tork. 

Henderson Avenue, 
S s Point Lobos av bet 
Johnson av and First av. 

Henrietta, fm San JosS 
Road nr Thirtieth SE to 
North av, B H. 

Henrietta Square, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eleventh E. 

Henry, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kin fm Lombard N. 

Henry, bet SiUiman and 
Burrow fm San Bruno 
Road W, U M T. 

Henry, bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth fm Noe W. 

Heringer. E of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Mermann.be: Bradv and 
Ridley fm Market E to 
Mission. 

Hermann, E of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Heron, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fin Eighth NE. 

Heyn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Clav S. 

Hickory Avenue, bet 
Oak and Fell fin Van Nes6 
av to Webster. 

South. Street. X. side. 
1 Van Ness avenue. 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough : 209 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna. 400 

501 Buchanan. 500 

601 Webster 600 

High, bet Bellevue and 
Mission Ocean House 
Road fm Twen y-fifth S 
to Twenty-sixth. 

Highland Terrace, 
N s California bet Jones 
and Leavenworth. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fm Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero, and fm 
Sanchez W to Castro. 

Himmelmann Place 
bet Mason and Taylor fin 
Pacific to Broadway. 

Hinckley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Kearny to 
Dupont. 

Hodges Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vallejo N. 

Hodge* Court, bet 
Market and Mission fin 
Spear W. 

Hodgson Alley, bet 
Mission and First av fm 
Sixteenth N. 

Hon* Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fin Six- 
teenth to Seventeenth, 

Hollis, bet Buchanan and 
■Webster fm Ellis to O'Far- 
rell. 

Holly Park, SW s Ber- 
nal Heights nr San JosS 
Road. 



Holyoke, bet Williams 
and Hamilton fin Silver 
av S. 

Homestead, bet Doug- 
lass and. EUen fin Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-6ixth. 

Hooper, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentuckv to 
Eighth. 

Hope, fm California av N 
W to Franconia av, B H. 

Hopeton Terrace, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Washington S. 

Houston, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Howard, bet Mission and 
Folsom SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
Serpentine av. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

Green court, 

101 Spear 100 

Dexter 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

601 Second 600 

New Montgomerv 

633 Hubbard 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

Howard court....... 814 

901 Fifth 900 

Marv _. 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1013 Harriet 

1041 Russ 

1059 Moss 

1101 Seventh ...1100 

1111 Langton .'. 

1127 Rausch 

1159 Sumner 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

Washington av 

- Grand avenue 

1401 Tenth „ 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Lafavette. 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

Bowles place 1626 

1701 Thirteenth.. 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

Adair 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth. .2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

Kensington place.. 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twentv-third .2700 

2801 Twentv-iourth 2800 

2901 Twentv-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

(e) Serpentine av" (e) 

Howard Court, bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm 

Howard NW. 
Hubbard, bet Second and 

Third fm Howard SE. 
Hubbell, bet Irwin and 

South SWbn Kentucky to 

Center. 
Hudson, bet Fourth and 

Fifth f m Channel to South. 
HudNon, Junction Four- 
teenth av and Cadwalla- 

der NW to Salome. 
Hulbert Alley, bet 

Fourth and Fifth SE and 

NW fin Clara, 
Humboldt, bet Sierra 

and Nevada fin Water 

Front to Maryland. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third NE. 
Hunter, YVs San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm City Hall 
Hyde, bet Leavenworth 

and Larkin N fm McAl- 
lister to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Tvler 100 



201 Turk 200 

203 Hvde place 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis. 400 

501 O'Farrell 500 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post 700 

801 Sutter. 800 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Pine _ 1000 

1101 California. 1100 

1201 Sacramento. 1200 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson....: 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

Lvnch 1606 

1701 Broadwav 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green. 1900 

Delgado place 

Russell _ 

2001 Union 2000 

Alien. 

2101 Filbert, 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard. 2300 I 

2401 Chestnut „...2400 

2501 Francisco 2500 : 

2601 Bav _ 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 i 

2801 Beach .2800 j 

(e) Jefferson.. («) 

Hyde Place, bet Turk 

and Eddy fm Hyde W. 
I, bet H and J fm First av 

w. 
I, South S F, fin Second av 

SW"o Vi6itacion Valley. 
Idaho, bet Arizona and 
Dacotah fm Water Front 
S to Ludia. 
Illinois, bet Michigan I 
and Kentucky fin Fourth ■ 
S to First av. 
India, SWandNs of In- j 

dia Basin. 
Indiana, bet Minnesota 
and Iowa fin Center S to ; 
Tulare. 
Iowa, bet Indiana and I 
Pennsylvania fm Center S ! 
to Tulare. 
Irwin, bet Hooper and : 
Hubbell SW fm Kentucky | 
to Eighth. 
Isaac, bet Folsom and { 
Harrison from Twelfth to j 
Thirteenth. 
Isabel, fm Wolfe SE to | 

Shakspeare. B H. 
Isis, bet Folsom and Har- i 

rison fm Twelfth SW. 
Islais, S s Islais Creek 

channel fm the bay W. 
Ivy Avenue, bet Hayes - 

and Grove fm Polk W. 
South. Street. X. side. ! 

1 Polk 2 ; 

Van Ness avenue. (6) j 

Franklin 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavia. 400 | 

501 Laguna. 500 

601 Buchanan 600 j 

701 Webster 700 I 

J,bet I and K fm First a v W. , 
J, South S F, fm First av 

BW to Vlsltacion Valley, j 
Jackson. let Washington 

and Pacific W fm East. 
South. Street. X. side. 

East 2 ! 

Drumm - (c) ! 

Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

313 Custom House pl._ 

401 Sansome 400 ', 

Balance. 412 ! 

431 Jones alley 

S01 Montgomery 500 

Montgomery av 

601 Kearuy 600 

623 Cooper's alley. 

633 Washington place. ' 

Bartlett 642 

701 Dupont 700 ! 

711 St Louis alley 

Sullivan alley 720 

723 Stout's or Ross aL. \ 

801 Stockton 800 ! 

Bedford place 806 I 



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813 Virginia 814 

819 Stone 

Adele alley 824 

901 Powell 900 

Dore alley 

1001 Mason 1000 

1007 Vernon place ■ 

Auburn 1014 

1101 Taylor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

Hall place 

"Wall place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

1501 Larkln 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue.1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100. 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

2401 Fillmore ...2400 

2601 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

3301 Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

3501 Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry # ...3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Jackson Park, bet 

Santa Clara and Mariposa, 

Carolina and Arkansas. 
Jackson Place, bet 

Green and Vallejo fm 

Montgomery B. 
Jacob)', bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde fm California N. 

Jacob)- Place,bet Hyde 

and Larkinfm Sutter N. 

Jane Place, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Pine N. 
Jansen, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Greenwich to 

Lombard. 
Japan, S s Bryant bet 

First and Second. 
Jasper Alley, bet Union 

and Filbert fm Jasper place 

Jasper Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union to Filbert. 
Jefferson, bet Beach and 
Tonquin W fm Powell to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. JY. side. 

1 Powell (d) 

101 Mason (d) 

201 Taylor (d) 

301 Jones (d) 

401 Leavenworth (d) 

501 Hyde (d) 

601 Larkin 600 

701 Polk „. 700 

Van Nes6 avenue. 

Gov't Reservation 

1201 Laguna 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 Webster 1400 

1501 Fillmore 1500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

1801 Scott 1800 

1901 Devisadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

2101 Baker 2100 

Jefferson Avenue, F s 
Laurel av nr Cortland av 
E to San Bruno Road. 
Jefferson Square, bet 
Tyler and Eddv, Laguna 
and Gough. 
Jersey, bet Potrero av and 
Hampshire fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first. 
Jerse.v,bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twentv-fifth fm Old 
San Jos6 Road W to Doug- 
lass. 
Jessie, bet Market and 

Mission fm First SW. 
S.E. Street. JV.W.side. 
1 First 2 



Ecker 

Anthony 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

161 Annie _ 162 

(6) Third (6) 

301 Fourth .". 300 

(6) Fifth , (b) 

431 Mint avenue 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

There are also In this 
block numbers from 1 
to 30 inclusive. 

701 Eighth 700 

801 Ninth 800 

901 Tenth 900 

(6) Eleventh (b) 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

(6) Fourteenth (6) 

lb) Fifteenth (ft) 

(6) Sixteenth (6) 

(.6) Seventeenth (6) 

Willow avenue 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first fe) 

Je w ett, bet Townsend and 
King fm Fourth to Fifth. 
John, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fin Powell to Mason. 
John, bet First and Second 
fm Rincon pi S to Town- 
send. 
Johnson Avenue, bet 
Parker av and Henderson 
av fm Point Lobos av S. 
Johnston, bet Spear and 
Main fm Harrison to Bry- 
ant. 
Jones, bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth N fm Mar- 
ket to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Mkt & McAllister.. 2 

101 Tyler 100 

201 Turk 200 

215 McDermott place.. 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

411 Antonio 

- — Steveloe place 412 

501 O'Farrell 500 

601 Geary 600 

Cottage place 614 

701 Post 700 

Lewis 704 

801 Sutter..: 800 

White's place 806 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

Pleasant 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson 1500 

1601- Pacific 1600 

1607 Bernard 1608 

1701 Broadway 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

Merrill 

1901 Green 1900 

Lincoln 

2001 Union 2000 

2101 Filbert 2100 

Valparaiso „. 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

l)uane 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

2501 Francisco 2500 

Montgomery av... 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Jones Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Washington to Jackson. 

Jones' Place, Ns. Bry- 
ant bet Sixth and Seventh 

Josephine, bet Central 
av and Eugenia I'm Point 
Lobos av N. 

Joseph's Terrace, E s 
Stockton bet Lombard and 
Chestnut. 

Joy, fm California av NW 
to Brewster, B H. 



Julia, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Mission S. 
Julia Court, bet Du- 

pont and Stockton fm 
O'FarreU N. 

Julius, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Lombard N. 

Junction, or Dry, bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth fm San Jos6 Road W 
to Bellevue. 

Juniper, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 

K, bet J and L fm Fourth 
avW. 

K, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Railroad av. 

Kansas,bet Rhode Island 
and Vermont fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek, 
and tm R south, South S 
F. 

Kapiieler Court, bet 
Geary and Post fm Mason 
W. 

Kate, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler W fm Junction Market 
and Laguna to Steiner and 
bet Frederick and Waller 
fm Cole W to Stanyan. 

Kate Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Brvant 
SE. 

Kearny,bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to North Point. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Geary 2 

19 Morton 

101 Post 100 

Vermehr place 116 

201 Sutter 200 

Hardie place 218 

301 Bush 300 

401 Pine 400 

Summer 414 

501 California 500 

601 Sacramento 600 

627 Commercial 632 

701 Clay 700 

Merchant 720 

801 AVashington 800 

901 Jackson 900 

Montgomery av ... 

1001 Pacific 1000 

St Charles 1018 

1101 Broadway 1100 

Dunn alley 1106 

1121 Hinckley 1120 

1201 Vallejo 1200 

1215 St Charles place.... 

1301 Green 1300 

1401 Union 1400 

l-'iOl Filbert 1500 

1601 Greenwich 1600 

1701 Lombard. 1700 

1801 Chestnut 1800 

1901 Francisco Cd) 

2001 Bay (a) 

(e) North Point (e) 

Kensington Place, 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth f m Howard W. 
Kent, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Mason W. 
Kentucky, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fm Chan- 
nel S to Second av. 
Keyes Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fm Pacific 
N. 
Kimball Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde fm 
S 6 Sacramento N. 
King:, bet Townsend and 
Berry SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. JV.W.side. 

1 Second 2 

■ Olnev place 

101 Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin. 

201 Fourth 200 

301 Fifth 300 

401 Sixth 400 

501 Seventh 500 

Je) Eighth (e) 

Kissling Place, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. 



Kohler's Place, bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 

fm Green S. 

Kosciusko, fm Cortland 

av S to Crescent av, B H. 

Kossuth, E s Railroad av 

E to Chace. 
Kramer Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Greenwich S. 
L, bet K and M fm Seventh 

av W. 
L, South S F, fm Flr6t av 
SW to Twenty -eighth av. 
Lafayette, bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth fm Mission to 
Howard. 
Lafayette Park, bet 
Sacramento and Washing- 
ton, Gough and Laguna. 
Lafayette Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont-fm 
Green to Union. 
Laguna, bet Octavia and 
Buchanan N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Kate .. 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lily avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue.... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

601 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue 

701 Grove 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

1001 Tyler 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

Willow avenue 

1301 Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

1401 O'FarreU 1400 

Myrtle avenue 

1501 Geary 1500 

Cedar avenue 

1601 Post 1600 

Metcalf place 

Walnut avenue .... 

1701 Sutter 1700 

Fern avenue 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

Grlsar 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Harry place 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard , 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Laidley, fm Thirtieths 
E to Fairmount, thence 
SW to Castro. 
Landers, crosses Market 
at junction of Fourteenth 
and Church. 
Langton, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Howard to 
Bryant. 
Larkin, bet Hyde and 
Polk N fm Market to 
Tonquin. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Hayes 2 

Park avenue 

101 Grove 100 

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201 Fulton 200 

213 Ash avenue 

301 McAUiBter 300 

315 Locust avenue 

401 Tvler 400 

Elm avenue 

501 Turk 500 

Laurel avenue 

601 Eddy 600 

611 Willow avenue - — 

701 Ellis 700 

709 Olive avenue 

801 O'Farrell 800 

813 Mvrtle avenue 

901 Geary 900 

911 Cedar avenue 

1001 Post 1000 

1013 Walnut avenue.... 

1101 Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue — — 

1201 Bush 1200 

Vorrath place 1206 

1209 Austin 

1301 Pine 1300 

1401 California 1400 

1501 Sacramento 1500 

1601 Clav 1600 

1701 Washington 1700 

1801 Jackson 1800 

1901 Pacific 1900 

Friedman place 1910 

2001 Broadway 2000 

Hamlin place 

2101 Vallejo 2100 

2201 Green 2200 

Brady place.. 

2301 Union 2300 

2401 Filbert 2400 

2501 Greenwich 2500 

2601 Lombard 2600 

2701 Chestnut 2700 

2801 Francisco 2800. 

2901 Bay 2900 

3001 NorthPoint 3000 

8101 Beach 3100 

3201 Jefferson. (d) 

(e) Tonquin (e) 

Lukie, oet Eighth and 

Ninth fm Mission NW. 
Latham Place, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 
Laura Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine S. 
Laurel, bet Walnut and 

Locust fm California N. 
Laurel Avenue, from 
Cortland av S to Benton 
av, B H. 
Laurel Avenue, bet 
Turk and Eddy fm Larkin 
to Webster. 
South. Street. X. tide 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

(6) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square... 

(6) Octavia (6) 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan. 700 

801 Webster 800 

laurel Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
to Essex. 
Lauasat, bet Halght and 
Waller fm Fillmore W to 
Stelner 
Lawrence Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
Fremont E. 
Leavenworth, bet 
Jones and Hyde N fm Mc- 
Allister to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister ._ 2 

101 Tyler 100 

Burcham place...... 

201 Turk. 200 

301 Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

501 O'Farrell 500 

601 Geary 600 

701 Po6t : 700 

801 Sutter 800 

901 Bu6h 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 



1501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

1609 Lvnch 

- — - Bernard 1614 

1701 Broadway 1700 

- — Glover 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Lincoln 

2001 Union 2000 

Havens 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

2401 Chestnut. 2400 

2501 Francisco „ 2500 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

Montgomery av.... 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson .».. (e) 

Lee, fm Cortland av S to 
San Bruno Koad, S s B H. 
Leidesdorff, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
N fm Pine to Clay. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Pine 2 

101 California 109 

Halleck 

201 Sacramento 200 

213 Commercial 212 

(e) Clay (c) 

Lena Place, bet Shasta 
and Napa from Illinois E. 
Leonore. E s San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 
Leroy Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth lm Sac- 
ramento N and S. 
Lesiraile Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pacific N. 
Lewis, fm Polk Wto Pre- 
sidio Reservation fronting 
the bay. 
Lewis, fm Bemis W to 

Castro. 
Lewis Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Taylor to 
Jones. 
Liberty, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 
Liberty, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first fm Val- 
encia W to Castro. 
Lick, bet Un'on and Fil- 
bert tm Taylor W. 
Lick Alley, bet Market 

and Mission fni First W. 
Lick Place, bet Mont- 

fomerv and Kearny fm 
'ost to Sutter. 
Lida Place, bet Mission 
and Valencia fm Sixteenth 
N. 
Lily Avenue, bet Page 

and Oak fm Franklin W. 
South. Street. 2V". side. 

1 Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

Lima, bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde fm Filbert N. 
Lincoln, fm North av E 

to Prentiss, B H. 
Lincoln Avenue, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Jones W . 
Lincoln Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Hyde 
E. 
Lincoln Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Fremont E. 
Linden Avenue, bet 
Fell and Hayes fm E s 
Van Ness av to Webster. 
South. Street. M. side. 

1 Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin _ 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

Little, bet Mission and 
Delaware av fm Ocean 
House Road N. 



Little Webster, bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Lombard to Chestnut. 
Lobos Square, bet 
Webster and Laguna. 
Chestnut and Bay. 
Locust, bet Laurel and 

Spruce fm California N. 
Locust Avenue, bet 
McAllister and Tyler fm 
Larkin to Fillmore. 
South. Street. A T . side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

Lombard, bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Battery (d) 

San some 

101 Montgomery 100 

Webster. 

201 Kearny 200 

Good Children. 

Julius 

301 Dupont : 300 

Wells court. _... 

501 Stockton 500 

507 Lombard place 

601 Powell 600 

Chambers alley 

701 Mason 700 

705 Hartmann 

Newell 708 

Montgomery av.... 

713 Jansen 

801 Taylor 800 

901 Jones 900 

Caroline _ 

1001 Leavenworth 1000 

1101 Hyde 1100 

Henry 

1201 Larkin 1200 

1301 Polk 1300 

1401 Van Ness aveuue.,1400 

1501 Franklin. 1500 

1601 Gough 1600 

1701 Octavia 1700 

1801 Laguna 1800 

1901 Buchanan 1S00 

2001 Webster 2000 

2101 Fillmore 2100 

2201 Steiner 2200 

2301 Pierce 2300 

2401 Scott 2400 

2501 Devlsadero 2500 

2601 Broderick 2600 

2701 Baker 2700 

Lombard Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Lombard S. 

Lott, bet Lyon and Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 
Turk. 

Louisa, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Ritch to 
Fourth. 

Louisa Alley, N s Lou- 
isa bet Hay ward and Eliz- 
abeth. 

Louisiana, bet Mary- 
land and Georgia fm Sola- 
no S to First av. 

Luck, fm Orleans to Ber- 
na; av. 

Lucy, bet Masonic av and 
Ashbury fm Waller S. 

Lundy Lane, fm Vir- 
ginia av NE to Coso av, 
B H. 

Lunt Avenue, bet Tyler 
and McAllister fin Laguna 

Lynch, bet Pacific and 
Broadway fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 

Lyon, bet Baker and Lott 
N fm Haight to Presidio 
Reservation. 

Lyons, fm California av 
S to Cortland av, B H. 

Lysett Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

M, bet L and N fm Seventh 
av W. 



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M, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Twenty-eighth av. 
M, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third fm Sanchez 
to Diamond. 
Macedonia, S s Califor- 
nia av S to Cortez, B H. 
Madden, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 
Madison, University 

Homestead Association. 
Madrid. Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 
Maggie Alley,bet Geary 

and Post f m Jones E. 
Maiden Lane,bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Montgomery av S. 
Maiden Lane, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. 
Main, bet Spear and Beale 
fin Market SE to the bav. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Meeks place 

Main street place.. 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Rlncon court 

Harrison 400 

Bryant («) 

Main Street Place, 

bet Market and Mission 

fm Main E. 

Malvina Place, bet 

Sacramento and Clay fm 

Mason W. 

Mansion House 

Place, bet California and 

Sacramento fm Dupont W. 

Maple, bet Spruce and 

Cherry fm California N. 
Marengo, SE of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
HaU. 
Margaret Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Margaret Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm Turk 
N. 
Margary, bet Sanchez 
and Noe fm MS to Clipper 
Maria, bet Harrison and 
Bryant and Seventh and 
Eighth E and W 6ideB of 
Chesley. 
Marin, bet Colusa and 
Tulare fm the bay W to 
Pennsylvania. 
Mariposa, bet Santa 
Clara and Solano fm the 
bay W to Harrison. 
Mariposa Terrace, 
bet Seventh and Eighth 
fm Harrison N. 
Market, fm East SW to 
corner Castro and Seven- I 
teenth. 
S.*E. Street. N.W.side. I 
East and Sacra'to.. 2 I 

Steuart j 

Spear j 

Drumm and Cal'a.. 100 i 

Main ! 

Davis and Pine 200 

Beale ' 

Fremont ."... 

Front 300 '■ 

First 

Batterv and Bush. 400 ! 

Ecker ' 

Sunsome & Sutter.. 500 , 

Second l 

Montg'y and Post.. 600 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Kearnv and Geary 700 

Third 

Brooks 734 

Dupont & u'Far'l. 800 

Fourth 

Stockton and Ellis 900 
Powell and Eddy...l000 

Fifth 

Mason and Turk.. .1100 

Sixth 

Tavlor and Tyler...12O0 
Jones A McAlllst.rl300 

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1201 Eighth 

1301 Ninth 

Larkin and Hayes.,1600 

1401 Tenth 

Polk and Fell 1700 

1501 Eleventh 

"Van Ness av& Oak 1800 

1601 Potter. 

Franklin and Page.1900 

Bose avenue 1912 

1701 Brady 

Gough and Halght2000 

1801 Valencia 

Octavla & Waller_.2100 

Hermann 

Pearl 

1901 Guerrero 

Laguna and Kate.2200 

Ridley 

2001 Dolores 

Buchanan 2300 

2101 Church and Four- 
teenth 2400 

2201 Fifteenth &San'z...2500 
2301 Sixteenth andNoe.2600 
2401 Seventeenth and 

Castro 2700 

Martha Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Geary S. 
Mary, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fm Mission to Howard. 
Mary (see Maria) 
Mary Lane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Bush S. 
Maryland, bet Delaware 
and Louisiana fm Solano 
S to First av. 
Mason, bet Powell and 
Taylor N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Turk.. 2 

101 Eddy 100 

201 Ellis 200 

Latham place 

217 Dlkeman place 

301 O'Farrell 300 

401 Geary 400 

409 Oak place 

419 Kappeler court 

501 Post 500 

Scheerer place 

601 Sutter 6C0 

Delta place 616 

701 Bush 700 

801 Pine 800 

Frank place 

901 California SOO 

1001 Sacramento 1000 

1011 Ewer Place 

1017 Malvina place 

- — Dawson place 

1101 Clay 1100 

1107 Matthew place 

Sheppard place 1110 

1201 Washington 1200 

1301 Jackson 1300 

John 1314 

1401 Pacific 1400 

1501 Broadway 1500 

1601 VaUeJo 1600 

1701 Green 1700 

Winter's lane 1716 

1801 Union 1800 

Kent 1809 

1901 Filbert 1900 

1911 Valparaiso 

2001 Greenwich 2000 

Montgomery av 

2101 Lombard 2100 

2201 Chestnut 2200 

Water ,. 

2301 Francisco.'.'.V.V.'.!"!!!2300 

Vandewater 

2401 Bay 2400 

2501 North Point 2500 

Alaska place... 

2601 Beach 2600 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Masonic Avenue, bet 

Lott and Ashbury S fm 

Point Lobos av. 
Massachusetts, bet 

New York and Delaware 

fm Sonoma S to First av. 
Massasoit, fm Cortez SE 

to Franconla av, B H. 
Mateo, W of Miguel from 

San Jos6 Road NW to 

Cherry. 
Matthew Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason W. 



Maxwell, bet Lnrkln and 
Polk fm Broadway N to 
Vallejo. 
Mayflower, E s Rose- 
crans bet California av 
and Powhattan B H. 
Mazzini, E of Orleans 
fm Precita Creek SE to 
Schneider. 
McAllister, bet Fulton 
and Tyler W fm Junction 
Jones and Market. 
South. Street. 2V. side. 
1 Market and Jones 2 

Park avenue 

101 Leavenwbrth 100 

201 Hyde 200 

- — Brown's alley 

301 Larkin 300 

401 Polk 400 

501 Van Ness avenue.. 500 

601 Franklin 600 

701 Gough 700 

801 Octavia 800 

901 Laguna 900 

1001 Buchanan 1000 

1101 Webster 1100 

1201 Fillmore 1200 

1301 Stelner 1300 

1401 Pierce 1400 

1501 Scott 1500 

1601 Devisadero 1600 

1701 Broderick 1700 

1801 Baker 1800 

1901 Lyon 1900 

2001 Lott 2000 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 

Meridian, fm Califor- 
nia av bet Lyon and Wool 
S to Cortland av, B H. 

McCormick, bet Hyde 
and Larkin fm Pacific S. 

McDerniott Place, 
bet Turk and Eddy fm 
Jones W. 

McLaren Lane, bet 
Thirteen thandFourteenth 
fm Folsom VV. 

M(-Lea Court, bet Har- 
rison and Bryant fm Ninth 
NE. 

Meachani Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Post 
S. 

Mears, bet Merrifield and 
First av fin Point Lobos 
av N. 

Medau Plaee, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 

Mecks Place, bet Mar- 
ket and Mission fm Main 
W. 

Melius, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fremont W. 

Mendocino, bet Calave- 
ras and Plumas fm the bay 
W to first av. 

Merced, S s Thirtieth nr 
Noe S to Laidley. 

Mercer, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Merchant, bet Clay and 
Washington Wfm East to 
Kearny. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 East 2 

(6) Drumm (6) 

(6) Davis (6) 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

601 Montgomery 600 

Dunbar alley 628 

(e) Kearny (e) 

Merrifield, bet Chase 

and Mears fm Point Lobos 

av N. 
Merrill, bet Vallejo and 

Green fm Jones to Leav- 
enworth. 
Merrill, bet Williamson 

and Goettingen fm Silver 

av N. 
Merriniac.N of Alameda 

fm the bay to Tennessee. 
Mctcalf Place,bet Post 

and Sutter fm Laguna W. 
Metcalfe Place, bet 

Mason and Taylor fen 

Geary N. 



Mexico, bet Alaska and 
Colorado fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Michigan, bet Georgia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
First av. 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
Webster fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Midway, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Francisco to 
Bay. 

Midway East, bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Midway West,betStock- 
ton and Powell fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Miguel, fm Bemls near 
Fairmount SE to San Jos6 
Road. 

Miles Court, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 

Miles Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 

Miller Place, bet 
Fourth and Fifth fm Fol- 
som S. 

Mills Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Dupont W. 

Minna, bet Mission and 
Howard fm First SW. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

645 Julia 646 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

(6) Tenth (6) 

1001 Eleventh 1000 

1021 Lafayette place 1020 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth 1300 

(b) Fifteenth (6) 

Minna Place, bet Mis- 
sion and Howard fm Beale 
W. 

Minnesota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
S to Tulare. 

Minnie, bet Ashbury and 
Clavton fm Waller S. 

Mint Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Mission X 
and bet Market and Mis- 
sion fm Fifth W. 

Mission, bet Market and 
Howard SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence S to 
County Road. 

& E. Street. N. W. side. 
1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Ecker 

537 Sullivan alley 

Anthony 570 

601 Second 600 

New Montgomery. 

Annie 650 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

Mint avenue 

921 Mary 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1101 Seventh 1100 

Mission alley 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Laskie 1230 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1313 Washington av 

1323 Grand avenue — 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

1525 Lafayette 

Potter 1600 

West Mission 

1601 Twelfth 

Bond 



1701 Thirteenth 

Ridley 1700 

1749 Erie 

1801 Fourteenth ...1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2013 Goldman place 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

Willows avenue ...2120 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twenty-third. 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth. 2800 

2901 Twenty-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

Mission and Ocean 
Road, fm terminus of 
Mission W. 
Mission Alley, bet 
Seventh and Eighth fm 
Mission N to Jessie. 
Mission Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. 
Mission Plaza, bet Mis- 
sion and West Mission fm 
Twelfth to Thirteenth. 
Mississippi, bet Penn- 
sylvania and Texas I'm 
Center S to Tulare. 
Missouri, bet Texas and 
Connecticut fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Monroe, bet Stockton 
and Powell I'm Bush N to 
Pine. 
Montcalm, bet Wolfe 
and Cortez fm California 
av E to Isabel. B H. 
Montezuma, fm Coso av 

E to Folsom, B H. 
Montgomery, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Post... 2 

101 Sutter 100 

201 Bush 200 

301 Pine 300 

319 Summer 

401 California 400 

501 Sacramento 500 

513 Commercial 518 

601 Clay 600 

613 Merchant 622 

701 Washington 700 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Jackson 800 

Gold 806 

901 Pacific 900 

915 Montgomery court 

1001 Broadway 1000 

Hinckley 

1101 Vallejo 1100 

Jackson place 1112 

1201 Green 1200 

Moulton place 

1301 Union 1300 

1311 Montgomery place 

1315 Alta 1314 

1401 Filbert 1400 

1501 Greenwich 1500 

1601 Lombard 1600 

1701 Chestnut (b) 

(e) Francisco (e) 

Montgomery Av- 
enue, fm NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Washington 
NW to Beach. 
S. W. Street. Jf. E. side. 
1 Wash and Mont... 2 

Gibb 

101 Jackson. 100 

Kearny 

201 Pacific 200 

Adler 

301 Broadway 300 

Dupont 

401 Vallejo _ 400 

Stockton ._ 

501 Green 500 

601 Union 600 

Powelr. 

701 Filbert 700 

801 Greenwich 800 

Mason 

901 Lombard 900 

1001 Chestnut 1000 

Taylor 

1101 Francisco 1100 



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Jones 

1201 Bay 1200 

1301 NorthPoint 1300 

Leavenworth 

1401 Beach 1400 

nontgomery Court, 
bet Pacific and Broadway 
fm Montgomery W. 
Hontgomery Place, 
bet Union and Filbert fm 
Montgomery N. 
Moore Place, bet Hyde 

and Larkin fm Union N. 
Morey Alley, or Noon- 
an's alley, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Broadway 
to Vallejo. 
Morrel Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Horse, bet Dupont and 
Kearny fm Bush to Pine. 
Horse, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Horse Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Broadway S. 
Morton, bet Geary and 
Po6t fm Kearny to Stock- 
ton. 
Hoss, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 
Monlton, bet Greenwich 
and Lombard fm Buchan- 
an to Steiner. 
Houlton Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Mont- 
gomery W. 
Moultrie, fm Cortland 

av to Orescent av, B H. 
Mount Vernon Av- 
enue, bet Mission and 
8an Jose Road fm Niagara 
av S. 
Myrtle Avenue, bet 
O'Farrell and Geary fm 
Larkin to Laguna. 
South. Street. Jf. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue; 200 

301 Franklin. 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

N, bet M and O fm Seventh 

av W. 
N, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Twenty-ninth av. 

Napa, bet Butte and Sierra 

lm the bay W to Harrison. 

Napoleon, bet Norman 

and Tulare fm Biggs SW to 

Orleans. 

Natoma, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Fremont SW. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

(6) Third (6) 

(6) Fourth (6) 

40i Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

901 Tenth 900 

1001 Eleventh 1000 

1019 Lafayette place. ...1018 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(b) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth 1300 

(6) Fifteenth (6) 

Nebraska, bet Vermont 
and Utah fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek, 
andfm Helenas, South S F 
Necropolis Avenue, 
bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Dolores W. 
Nevada, bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm Folsom 8E to 
Harrison. 
Nevada, bet Sierra and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
New Anthony (see An- 
thony; 
New Montgomery, bet 
Second and Third fm Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 



E. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson - — 

29 Jessie 30 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

(e) Howard (e) 

New Orleans Alley, 

bet Leavenworth and 

Hyde fm Green N. 

New Pacific, bet Eighth 

and Ninth fm Mission N. 

New York, bet Virginia 

and Massachusetts fm 

Water Front S to First av. 

Newell, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Lombard N. 
Newhall, bet Lombard 
and Chestnut fm Stockton 
to Powell. 
Niagara Avenue, bet 
Seneca and Mount Vernon 
avs fm Mission W to San 
Jose Road. 
Nineteenth, bet Eight- 
eenth and Twentieth fm 
Harrison W to Douglass. 
South. Street. AT. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

ShotweU 

201 Howard 200 

Capp 

301 Mission... 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

1101 Diamond 1100 

(e) Douglass (e) 

Nineteenth Avenue, 

f m Presidio Reservation S. 

Nineteenth Avenue, 

South S F, fm Islais Creek 

to Water Front. 

Ninth, bet Eighth and 

Tenth fm Maruet SE to 

Brannan. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson...... 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

McLea court 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 608 

Ninth Avenue, from 
Presidio Reservation S to 
P. 

Ninth Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 

Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth 
fm Hubbell to South. 

Noble Place, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm Third 
W. 

Noble's Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Du- 
pont E. 

Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. § 

Noonan Avenue, bet 
Howard and Clementina 
fm Eighth E. 

Noonan's Alley, or 
Morey alley, bet Stockton 
and Powell fin Vallejo S. 

Norinan, bet Bourbon 
and Napoleon fm Precita 
Creek SW to Orleans. 

North A veil ue, fin Coso 
a v SW to Holly Park. B H. 

North Park Lane, 
(see Hark Lane North) 

North Point, bet Bay 
and Beach W fm Kearny 
to Presidio Reservation. 



South. Street. N. side. 

Kearny 2 

(c) Dupont „ (c) 

101 Stockton .100 

201 Powell 200 

301 Mason 300 

401 Taylor 400 

501 Jones 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Leavenworth 600 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

Van Ness avenue.. 
Gov't Reservation 

1401 Laguna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

2301 Baker 2300 

Norton Court, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm Bran- 
nan S. 
Norton Place, bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 
fm Filbert N. 
Norwich, bet Montezu- 
ma and Prospect av fm 
Folsom W, B H. 
Nye, fm Cadwallader N to 

Islais Creek. 
O, bet N and P fm Eighth 

av W. 
O'Connell Place, bet 
Mason and Powell, from 
Vallejo N. 
O'Farrell, bet Ellis and 
Geary W fm Junction Du- 
pont and Market. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and Dupt.. 2 

Bagley place 14 

Julia court 28 

101 Stockton 100 

201 Powell 200 

219 Cavlqs place 

O'Farrell alley 228 

301 Mason 300 

Raphael place 

401 Taylor 400 

William 430 

501 Jones 500 

601 Leavenworth 600 

Ada court 

701 Hyde 700 

801 Larkin 800 

901 Polk 900 

1001 Van Ness avenue„10O0 

1101 Franklin 1100 

1201 Gough 1200 

1301 Octavia 1300 

1401 Laguna 1400 

1501 Buchanan 1500 

1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Steiner..... 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devisadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

(e) St Joseph's av (e) 

O'Farrell Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N andbetOIFar- 
rell and Geary f m Mason E. 
Oak, bet Page and Fell W 
fm Junction Van Ness av 
and Market. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Mkt &Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

701 Fillmore 700 

801 Steiner „ 800 

901 Pierce 900 

1001 Scott 1000 

1101 Devisadero 1100 

1201 Broderick 1200 

1301 Baker 1300 

1401 Lyon 1400 

1.501 Lott 1500 

1601 Masonic avenue ...1600 

1701 Ashbury 1700 

1801 Clayton 1800 



1901 Cole 1900 

2001 Shrader 2000 

(e) Stanyan («) 

Oak Grove Avenue, 
bet Fifth and Sixth fm 
Harrison to Bryant. 

Oak Place, bet Geary 
and Post fm Mason to Tay- 
lor. 

Ocean House and 
Beach Road, fm ter- 
mination Point Lobos av 
S and E to Ocean View 
House. 

Ocean House Road, 
(Central) fm McAllister 
SW to Ocean View House. 

Ocean House Road, 
(Mission) fm Mission Do- 
lores SW to Ocean View 
House. 

Ocean House Road, 
(old) fm San JosS Road nr 
Industrial School W to 
Ocean View House. 

Octavia, bet Gough and 
Laguna N fm Market to 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market & Waller... 2 

101 Halght 100 

Rose avenue 

201 Page 200 

Lily avenue 

301 Oak 300 

Hickory avenue.... 

401 Fell 400 

Linden avenue. ..„ 

501 Hayes 500 

Ivy avenue 

601 Grove 600 

Birch avenue.„...„ 

701 Fulton 700 

Ash avenue 

801 McAllister 800 

Locust avenue 

901 Tyler 900 

Jefferson Square... 

1101 Eddy 1100 

Willow avenue 

1201 Ellis 1200 

Olive avenue 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

Myrtle avenue 

1401 Geary 1400 

Cedar avenue 

1501 Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

1601 Sutter 1600 

Fern avenue 

1701 Bush 1700 

Austin 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 1900 

2001 Sacramento 2000 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Washington 2200 

2301 Jackson 2300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green. 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

Grisar 

2901 Filbert 2900 

3001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis («) 

Ohio, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Pacific to 
Vallejo. 
Ohio, bet Wyoming and 
Virginia fm Water Front 
S to First av. 
Old Hickory, Es Lau- 
rel av nr Crescent av E to 
San Bruno Road. 
Old San Jose Road, 
fm Junction Valencia and 
Twenty - second SW to 
county line. 
Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Lar- 
kin to Buchanan. 
South. Street. XT. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 



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301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia. 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Olive Court, bet Laguna 
and Buchanan fin Union S. 
Olmstead, W s San Bru- 
no Road S of Dwight, U 
MT. 
Olnej' Place, bet Town- 
send and King fm Ham- 
mond SW. 
Oneida Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Sacramento S. 
Onondaga Avennc, 
San Miguel, W End Map 
Nol. 
Oregon, bet Washington 
and Jackson W fm East to 
Battery. 
South. Streei. TV. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

(o) Front (6) 

(e) Battery (e) 

Orleans, bet Vermont 
and Mazzlni fm Kansas 
SW to Tulare. 
Orsenius, fm Byrne S to 

Salome. 
Otsego, bet Mission and 
Delaware avs fm Seneca 
av N. 
Oxford, bet Cambridge 
and Harvard fm Silver av 
S, U M T. 
P. bet and Q fm Ninth av 

W. 
P, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Potrero av. 
Pacific, bet Jackson and 

Broadway W fm East. 
South. Street. If. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Drumm (c) 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

401 Sansome 400 

Ohio 418 

501 Montgomery 500 

601 Kearny 600 

Montgomery av.... 

Lestrade place 632 

641 Bartlett 

701 Dupont 700 

Pacific place 706 

719 Sullivan alley — ' 

— - Ellick alley 722 

801 Stockton 800 

Virginia place 806 

815 Virginia 

901 Powell 900 

Keyes alley 906 

Scott place.. 922 

1001 Mason 1000 

Salmon ....1016 

1018 Auburn 

Himmelmann pi... 1024 

1101 Taylor 1100 

1201 Jones 1200 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

1307 Burgoyne place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

Morrel place 1420 

1421 McCormick 

1433 Fourth place 

(e) Larkin (e) 

Pacific Alley, bet Du- 

Sont and Stockton fm 
iroadway S. 
Pacific Arenac, that 
part of Pacific street ex- 
tending f m Larkin to First 
av ; the numbers continue, 
however, in regular order 
fm the commencement of 
Pacific street: 
South. Street. N. side. 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Nes6 avenue.,1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 



2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devisadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 3200 

3301 Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

3501 Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Pacific Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Page, bet Halght and Oak 
W fm Junction Franklin 
and Market. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 WebBter 500 

601 Fillmore 600 

701 Steiner 700 

801 Pierce 800 

901 Scott ; 900 

1001 Devisadero !.1000 

1101 Broderick 1100 

1201 Baker 1200 

1301 Lyon 1300 

1401 Lott 1400 

1501 Masonic avenue. ..1500 

1601 Ashbury 1600 

1701 Clayton 1700 

1801 Cole 1800 

1901 Shrader 1900 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Palmer, from Junction 
Chenery and Miguel to 
Bartlett. 
Park A vcn ue. bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 
Paris Avenue, bet Mar- 
ket and the City Hall SW 
fm McAllister to Larkin. 
Park Avenue, inclos- 
ing Holly Park, SW s Ber- 
nal Heights. 
Park Lane North, bet 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Second to Third. 
Park Lane South, bet. 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Third to Central pi. 
Park Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fin Second E. 
Parker Avenue, bet 
Odd Fellows', Calvary and 
Masonic Cemeteries fm 
Fulton N to Point Lobos 
av. 
Patterson, E s Bernal 
Heights bet San Bruno 
Road and Bernal. 
Paul, S s . Orescent av nr 

San Bruno Road. 
Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
Ridley. 
Pennsylvania Av- 
enue, bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Perine, bet California and 
Sacramento fm Steiner to 
Pierce. 
Perry, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm SE of Third to 
Fifth. 
8.K Street. N.W. side. 

1 Vassar place 2 

101 Third 100 

201 Fourth 200 

(e) Fifth (e) 

Pctaluma Avenue, 
fm Point Lobos av nr Toll 
Gate. 
Pfeiflfer, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fm E s Du- 
pont to Stockton. 
Pierce, bet Steiner and 
Scott N fm Waller to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Waller 2 

101 Halght 100 

201 Page 200 

301 Oak 300 



401 Fell 400 

501 Hayes 500 

Alamo Square 

701 Fulton 700 

801 McAllister 800 

901 Tyler 900 

1001 Turk 1000 

1101 Eddy 1100 

1201 Ellis : 1200 

1301 O'Farrell 1300 

1401 Geary 1400 

Hamilton Square... 

1501 Post 1500 

1601 Sutter 1600 

1701 Bush 1700 

1801 Pine 1800 

1901 California 19u0 

Perine 

2001 Sacramento 2000 

2101 Clay 2100 

Alta Plaza 

2301 Jackson 2300 

2401 Pacific 2400 

2501 Broadway 2500 

2601 Vallejo 2600 

2701 Green 2700 

2801 Union 2800 

2901 Filbert 2900 

3001 Greenwich 3000 

3101 Lombard 3100 

3201 Chestnut 3200 

3301 Francisco 3300 

3401 Bay 3400 

3501 North Point..... 3500 

3601 Beach 3600 

3701 Jefferson 3700 

3801 Tonquin 3800 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Pierce Row, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Union S. 
Pine, bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia W fm Market to 
Central av. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Market and Davis 2 

101 Front 100 

201 Battery 200 

301 Sansome 300 

Leidesdorff 

335 Laura place 

401 Montgomery 400 

407 Russ alley 

435 Belden 

501 Kearny 500 

505 Morse 

515 Central place 

St Marv's place 520 

527 Quincy 532 

601 Dupont 600 

Sophie Terrace 

701 Stockton 700 

Prospect place 710 

725 Monroe 

801 PoweU 800 

901 Mason 900 

Jane place 908 

1001 Taylor 1000 

1101 Jones 1100 

Touchard -5 — 

1201 Leavenworth 1200 

1301 Hyde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

1.501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness aveuue..l600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

Middle 

2301 Fillmore 2300 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2501 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Mevisadero 2700 

2801 Broderick 2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

3001 Lyon 3000 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Piiikham Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Eighth W. 
Pinkney Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Broadway to Vallejo. 
Pioneer Park, top of 

Telegraph Hill. 
Pixley, bet Filbert and 

Greenwich fm Buchanan 

to Steiner. 



Pleasant, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Taylor 
to Jones. 
Plumas, bet Mendocino 
and Fresno tm the bay W 
to First av. 
Pocahontas, N s Cali- 
fornia av nr Lyon N to 
North av, B H. 
Point Lobos Avenue, 
bet Clement and A fm 
Central av W. 
Polk, bet Larkin and A'ao 
Nes6 av N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Fell I 

101 Hayes 100 

111 Ivy avenue 

201 Grove 200 

Birch avenue 

301 Fulton 300 

Ash avenue 

401 McAllister 400 

Locust avenue 

501 Tyler 500 

Elm avenue 

601 Turk 600 

Laurel avenue 

701 Eddy 700 

Willow avenue • 

801 Ellis 800 

807 Olive avpnue 806 

901 O'Farrell 900 

909 Myrtle avenue 908 

1001 Geary 1000 

1009 Cedar avenue 1008 

1101 Post UOO 

Walnut avenue 

1201 Sutter 1200 

1211 Fern avenue 1210 

1301 Bush 1300 

1309 Austin 1314 

1401 Pine 1400 

1501 California 1580 

1601 Sacramento 1600 

1701 Clay 1700 

1801 Washington 1800 

1901 Jackson 1900 

2001 Pacific 2000 

2101 Broadway 2100 

2201 Vallejo 2200 

Bonita 

2301 Green 2300 

2401 Union 2400 

2501 Filbert 2500 

2601 Greenwich 2600 

2701 Lombard 2700 

2801 Chestnut 2800 

2901 Francisco 2900 

3001 Bay 3000 

3101 North Point 3100 

3201 Beach 3200 

3301 Jefferson 3300 

3401 Tonquin (d) 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Polk Lane, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Stockton 
E. 
Pollard Place, bet 
Kearnv and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Pollock, South S F, bet 
Water Front and Von 
Schmidt fm Twenty- 
tourth av SW to county 
line. 
Porter, S s Crescent av 

bet Decatur and Bache. 

Portsmouth Square, 

bet Clay and Washington, 

Kearny and Brenham pi. 

Post, bet Geary and Sutter 

W fm Junction Market and 

Montgomery to Central a v . 

South. Street. If. side. 

1 Market and Mont 2 

Lick place 12 

101 Kearny 100 

Gardner. U2 

201 Dupont 200 

301 Stockton 300 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

601 Tavlor 600 

617 Willtam 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hyde 900 

Meacham place 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

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STREET GUIDE. 



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1801 Franklin 1300 

1401 Gough 1400 

1801 Octavia 1500 

1601 Laguna 1600 

1701 Buchanan 1700 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore 1000 

2001 Steiner 2000 

2101 Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 Devlsadero 2300 

2401 Broderick 2400 

2501 Baker 2500 

2601 Lyon 2600 

(«) Central avenue (e) 

Post Office Place (see 

Custom House Place) 
Potrero Avenue, bet 
Utah and Hampshire fm 
Brannan 8 to Preclta 
Creek and fm Islals Creek 
8, South S F. 
Potter, bet Eleventh and 
Brady fm Market SE to 
Mission. 
Powell, bet Stockton and 
Mason fm Market to Jef- 
ferson 
West. Street. E. aide. 

1 Market and Eddy.. 2 

101 Ellis 100 

201 O'Farrell 200 

301 Geary 300 

401 Post 400 

501 Sutter 500 

Ankeny place 518 

601 Bush 600 

Fella place 616 

701 Pine 700 

801 California 800 

901 Sacramento 900 

1001 Clay 1000 

1101 Washington 1100 

1201 Jackson 1200 

1211 John 

Caroline place 1218 

1301 Pacific 1300 

1401 Broadway 1400 

1501 Vallejo 1500 

1001 Green 1600 

1701 Union 1700 

Montgomery av 

1801 Filbert 1800 

1901 Greenwich 1900 

2001 Lombard 2000 

2101 Chestnut 2100 

2201 Francisco 2200 

Vandewater 

2301 Bay 2300 

2401 North Point 2400 

2501 Beach (d) 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Powell Avenue W s 
California av W to San 
Jose" Boad. 

Powhattan, fm North 
av E to Wlnslow, B H. 

Pratt, bet Brannan and 
Townsend fm Seventh 
8W. 

Pratt Place, N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell. 

Preclta Avenue, from 
San Jose 1 Road nr Twenty- 
seventh. E to San Bruno 
Road. 

Prentiss, fm California 
av 8 to Cortland av, B H. 

Presidio Road, fm 
Larkln nr Pacific to Pre- 
sidio. 

Presidio Road, fm ter- 
mination of Central av N 
to Presidio Barracks 

Pretch, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Priest, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth fm Clay to 
Washington. 

Princeton, bet Univer- 
sity and Amherst fm Sil- 
ver av S, U M T. 

Pringle Court, bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 
fin Greenwich N. 

Prospect Avenue, fm 
Cortland av NE to Coso 
av, B H. 

Prospect Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Pine to Clay. 



Pulaski, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Putnam, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Put xiii an, E of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Q, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Potrero av. 

Q, bet P and R fm Tenth 
av W. 

Quincy, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Quincy Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Qui ii n, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm E of Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero. 

R, bet Q and S fm Eleventh 
av W. 

R, South S F, fm Islals SW 
to Silver av. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, fm Second av 
SW to San Bruno av nr 
Thirty-ninth av. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South SF.fmRailroad and 
Twentieth avs W to San 
Bruno av bet Henry and 
Silliman. 

Railroad Avenue, fm 
Bernal av S. 

Railroad Avenue, bet 
Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth fm Dolores E. 

Randall, W s San Jose' 
Road nr Thirtieth W to 
Palmer. 

Randall Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Greenwich N. 

Randolph, near San Mi- 
guel Station. 

Raphael Place, bet 
Tavlor and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Rausch, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Ray ii olds, Visitacion 
Valley. 

Reed, bet Jor<esand Leav- 
enworth f m Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Reed Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green S. 

Reservoir, bet Kate and 
Fourteenth fm Market W. 

Rhode Island, bet De 
Haro and Kansas fm 
Eighth S to Preclta Creek. 

Richmond (see Balleck) 

Rickards, W s San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Devisadero. 

Rijrgs, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Rincon Avenue, bet 
Brannan and Townsend 
fm Second to Japan. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Main 
SW. 

Rincon Place, bet First 
andTSecond fm Harrison to 
Frederick. 

Ringold,bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth to 
Ninth. 

Ritc.li, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsom SE. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Folsom 2 

(b) Harrison (6) 

201 Bryant 200 

301 Brannan 300 

(e) Townsend (e) 

Ritter, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Roach, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Roanoke, bet Mateo 
and Castro fm Old San 
Jos6 Road NW to Bemls. 



Robbins Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 
Union N. 

Rondell Place, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

Rose, S s Chenery nr 
Castro. 

Rose, S s Crescent av S to 
Case. 

Rose Alley, bet Jessie 
and Mission fm New 
Montgomery W to Annie. 

Rose Avenue, bet 
Halght and Page fm Mar- 
ket W. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 590 

Rosecrans, fm Califor- 
nia av S to Powhattan, B 
H. 

Ross Alley (see Stoat's 
alley) 

Rowland Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Broadway S. 

Ruger, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Rush ton Place, bet 
Third and Fourth fm 
Brannan S. 

Russ, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Minna to Folsom. 

Russ Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Pine to Bush. 

Russell, bet Green and 
Union fm Hyde W. 

Rutledge Avenue, B 

S, South S F, fm Third av 

SW to Nebraska. 
S, bet R and T fm east of 

Twelfth av W. 
Sacramento, bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay W fm 
Market. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Market and East... 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

525 Leidesdorff. 522 

601 Montgomery 600 

629 Webb 

701 Kearny 700 

801 Dupont 800 

Waverly place 810 

827 Oneida place 

833 Brooklyn place 

901 Stockton 900 

923 Prospect place 924 

Miles place „ 928 

1001 Powell 1000 

1013 Gustavus 

Tay 1014 

1101 Mason 1100 

YerbaBuena 1114 

1115 Cushman 

1201 Taylor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

1311 Lysett place 

1319 Leroy place 1320 

Golden court 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

Kimball place 1406 

1501 Hyde 1500 

1601 Larkln. 1 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue.,1800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

2101 Octavia 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

2601 Steiner 2600 

2701 Pierce 2700 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devlsadero 2900 

3001 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lvon 3200 

3301 Central avenue 3300 

3401 Walnut 3400 



3501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Sadowa,Ws Old San Josg 
Road nr San Miguel Sta- 
tion. 

Sagamore, Railroad 
Homestead Association. 

Salinas Avenue, bet 
Thirty-third and Thirty- 
fourth avs fm Railroad av 
W to San Bruno Road. 

Salmon, bet Mason and 
Taylorfm Pacific to Broad- 
way. 

Salmon Place, bet 
Broadwav and Vallejo fm 
Larkln E. 

Salmon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Green N. 

Salome, fm Islals Creek 
NE to Baker av. 

Simtoset. bet Cortez and 
Cabot fm California av SE 
to Franconia av, B H. 

San Rruno Avenue, 
South S F, bet Potrero av 
and Girard fm Islais 
Creek S. 

San Rruno Road (old) 
fm Preclta Creek nr Ne- 
braska S. 

San Jose Avenue, fm 
Castro (Fairmount Tract) 
SW to county line. 

San Jose Avenue, fm 
Twenty-second bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrero SW. 

San Jose Road, or 
County Road, fm ter- 
mination Mission SW to 
county line. 

San Luis Alley, S s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton. 

San Miguel Station, 
San Jos6 Road 6>i miles 
fmiCity Hall. 

Sanchez, bet Church and 
Noe fm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 

Sansome, bet Battery 
and Montgomery N fm 
Market to Chestnut. 

West. Stregt. E. side. 

1 Market and Sutter 2 

101 Bush 100 

201 Pine 200 

301 California 300 

313 Halleck 312 

401 Sacramento 400 

417 Commercial 416 

501 Clay 500 

515 Merchant 514 

601 Washington 600 

701 Jackson 700 

705 Gold 

801 Pacific 800 

901 Broadway 900 

1001 Vallejo 1000 

1101 Green 1100 

1201 Union 1200 

Alta 

1301 Filbert 1300 

1401 Greenwich 1400 

1501 Lombard (d) 

(e) Chestnut (e) 

Santa Clara, bet Center 
and Mariposa fm the bay 
W to Harrlsorj. 

Santa Rosa Avenue. 
W s Masonic av nr Point 
Lobos av W to Odd Fel- 
lows' Cemetery. 

Sclicerer Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
W. 

Schiller. San Miguel, W 
End Map No 2. 

Schneider. S of Berna- 
dottefm Islals Creek chan- 
nel NE to Seventh av. 

Schuyler, fm Cortland 
av S to Crescent av, B H. 

Schwerin, Visitacion 
Valley. 

Scotland, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Scott, bet Pierce and De- 
visadero N fm Kldley to 
Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Kidley 2 

101 Waller; 100 

201 Haight 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 600 

701 Grove 700 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

001 Tyler 1000 

101 Turk 1100 

201 Eddy 1200 

301 Ellis 1300 

401 O'Farrell 1400 

— Elliot Park 

501 Gearv 1500 

601 Post 1600 

701 Sutter 1700 

801 BuBh 1800 

901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadwav 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay 3500 

3601 NorthPoint 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Scott, I'm North av S to 

Cortland av, B H. 
Scott Avenue, fm Ball- 
road av NW to Silver 
av, Potrero. 
Scott Place, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Pacific to 
Broadway. 
Second, bet First and 
Third fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

21 Stevenson 20 

(6) Jessie 26 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

137 Natoma 138 

201 Howard 200 

219 Tehama 218 

233 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 

313 Park place 

Dow place 

Vernon place 326 

401 Harrison 400 

Silver 428 

501 Bryant 500 

North Park lane... 

South Park 516 

533 Be Boom 

601 Brannan 600 

Rincon avenue 

701 Townsend 700 

(e) Berry (e) 

Second Avenue, be' 

Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 

Second Avenue, South 
S F, fm Islais to China. 

Second A venue,fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

Selina Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Cal- 
ifornia N. 

Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 

Seneca Avenue, bet 
Ocean House Road and 
Niagara av fm Mission \V 
to San Jose Road. 

Serpentine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Tolo W to Old 
San Jose" Road. 



Seventeenth, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Harrison W to Clara av. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 220 

301 Mission 300 

Hoff avenue 318 

401 Valencia 400 

Second avenue 

431 Mission avenue 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Alemany avenue... 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Sherman - — 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

Douglass 

Clara avenue 

[This Street is now being 
renumbered.] 

Seventeenth Avenue, 

South S F, fm Islats Creek 
to Water Front. 
Seventeenth Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservation S. 
Seventh, bet Sixth and 

Eighth fm Market to 

Pennsylvania av. 
East. Street. W. side. 
1 Market 2 

11 Stevenson 12 

Jessie 38 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Drurylaue 306 

Cleaveland — — 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 

South 

Seventh Avenue,South 
S F, fm Islais Creek to 
Water Front. 

Seventh Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 
N. 
Seymour Avenue, bet 

Scott and Devisadero fm 

Tyler to Turk. 
Shakespeare, fm Isabel 

S to Hope, B H. 
Sharon, bet Church and 

Market fm Fifteenth SE. 
Sharp Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 

Union S. 
Shasta, bet Napa and 

Sierra fm the bay AV to 

Delaware and fm Vermont 

to Utah. 
Sheppard Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason E. 
Sheridan, bet Folsom 

and Harrison fm Tenth 

NE. 
Sherman, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Folsom to 

Harrison. 
Sherman, bet Castro and 

Diamond fm Seventeenth 

S to Twenty-second. 
Sherman, bet Webster 

and Fillmore fm Ellis S. 
Sherwood Place, bet 

Mission and Howard fm 

Third NE. 
Ship, South S F, bet Dock 

and A fm Fifth av SW to 

county line. 
Shipley, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Fourth SW. 



Shotwell, bet Howard 
and Folsom fm Fourteenth 
S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Fourteenth 2 

101 Fifteenth 100 

201 Sixteenth.. 200 

301 Seventeenth 300 

401 Eighteenth 400 

501 Nineteenth 500 

601 Twentieth 600 

701 Twenty-first 700 

801 Twenty-second 800 

901 Twenty-third 900 

1001 Twenty-fourth 1000 

1101 Twenty-fifth 1100 

1201 Twenty-sixth 1200 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 

Shrader, bet Cole and 

Stanyan S fm Fulton to 

Waller. 

Siegel, fm California av S 

to Cortland av, B H. 
Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
Silliman, bet Silver av 
and Henry fm San Bruno 
Road W, U M T. 
Silver, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm Second to 
Fourth. 
S. E. Street. JV. W. side. 

1 Second 2 

101 Third 100 

(e) Fourth (e) 

Silver Avenue, South 
S F, fm Fifteenth av nr Q 
W to county road. 
Simpson Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First W. 
Sixteenth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 
South. Street. jV. side. 

1 Illinois 2 

101 Kentucky 100 

201 Tennesbee 200 

Sixth 

301 Minnesota 300 

401 Indiana 400 

501 Iowa 500 

Burke 

601 Pennsvlvania av... 600 

West El Dorado ... 

Seventh 

701 Mississippi 700 

801 Texas 800 

South 

901 Missouri 900 

1001 Connecticut 1000 

Hubbell 

1101 Arkansas 1100 

Eighth 

1201 Wisconsin 1200 

1301 Carolina 1300 

1401 De Haro 1400 

1501 Rhode Island 1500 

1601 Kansas 1600 

1701 Vermont 1700 

1801 Nebraska 1800 

1901 Utah 1900 

2001 Potrero avenue ....2000 
2101 Jersey 2100 

Hampshire 2200 

2301 York 2300 

2401 Florida 2400 

2501 Columbia 2500 

2601 Harrison 2600 

2701 Folsom 2700 

Shotwell «,...' 

2801 Howard 2800 

Capp 

2901 Mission 2900 

First avenue 

Hoff avenue ;.... 

LUla place 

Rondell place 

3001 Valencia 3000 

Second avenue 

3101 Guerrero 3100 

Galindo alley 

3201 Dolores 3200 

3301 Church 3300 

3401 Sanchez 3400 

3501 Noe and Market... "00 

Castro 

[This Street is now being 

renumbered.] 
Sixteenth Avenue. 

South S F, fm Islais Creek 

to Water Front. 



Sixteenth Avenue, 

fm Presidio Reservations. 
Sixth, bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth fm Market SE to Ten- j 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

17 Stevenson., 16 | 

29 Jessie 28 

101 Mission 100 

113 Minna 112 

123 Natoma (6) 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama (6) 

227 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 

313 Shipley (6) 

329 Clara 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

Tilford 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome — ■■ 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 900 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 1000 

South 

Sixth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K. 
Sixth Avenue, South S 

F, fm Islais Creek to 

Water Front. 
Solano, bet Mariposa and 

Butte fm the bay W to 

Harrison. 
Sonoma, bet Nevada and 

Yolo fm the bay W to 

Minnesota. 
Sonoma Place, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 

Vallejo N. 
Sonora, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fm Green to 

Union. 
Sophie Terrace, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Pine N. 
South, S of Hubbell SW 

fm Kentucky to Center. 
South Avenue, fm 

Crescent av NE to Holly 

Park, B H. 
South Parfe,bet Bryant, 

Brannan, Second and 

Third. 
South Park Alley, 

bet South Park and Bran- 
nan fm Third E. 
South Park Avenue, 

bet Second and Third fm 

Brannan S. 
South Park Lane, 

bet Bryant and Brannan 

fm Central pi to Third. 
Spear, bet Steuart and 

Main fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Hodges Court 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 



SpoflTord, bet Dupont and 

Stockton fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 
Sprlpie, bet Montgomery 

and Kearny fm California 

to Summer. 
Spruce, bet Locust and 

Maple fm California N. 
St. Charles, bet Pacific 

and Broadway fm Kearny 
' E. 
St. * harles Place, bet 

Vallejo and Green fm 

Kearny W. 
St. James Alley, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Mason 

E. 
St. Joseph's Avenue, 

bet Broderick and Baker 

fm Turk N to Geary. 
St. Louis Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Jackson S. 



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3301 
3401 
3501 
3801 
3701 
3801 
3901 
4001 
(6) 



201 

301 



ft Mark's Place (see 

Morton) 

II Mary's, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Pine to 

California. 

It. Vincent (see Vincent) 
Itandish, fm California 

av S to Powbattan, B H. 
It au ford, bet Second and 

Third fm Brannan to 

Townsend. 
Ilanly Court, E s 

Stanley pi bet Harrison 

and Bryant. 
Itanly Place, bet 

First and Second fm Har- 
rison to S of Bryant. 
itnii van. betShrader and 

Golden Gate Park fm Ful- 

jtais'fm Cahfornia av SE 
to Fianconia av, B H. 
Itate, City Land Assocla- 

jteiner. bet Fillmore and 
Pierce N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
West. Street E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

Waller 200 

Haight 300 

Pagl 400 

Oak 500 

Fell 600 

Hayes "00 

Grove 800 

Fnlton 900 

McAllister 1000 

Tyler 1100 

Turk 1200 

Eddy 1300 

Ellis WOO 

Byington 

O'FarreU 1500 

Elliot park 

Geary 1600 

Post 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Wlldey 

Pine ....2000 

California 2100 

Perine 

Sacramento 2200 

Clay 2300 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2500 

Pacific 2600 

Broadway 2700 

Vallejo 2800 

Green 2900 

Union 3000 

Filbert 3100 

Plxley 

Greenwich 3200 

Moulton _^^ 

Lombard 3300 

Chestnut 3400 

FTanclsco 3500 

Bav 3600 

North Point 3700 

Beach 3800 

Jefferson 3900 

Tonquin 4000 

Lewis (e) 

Stenart, bet East and 
8pear fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Harrison (e) 

Steveloe Place, bet 

Ellis and O'FarreU fm 

Jones E. 

Stevenson, bet Market 

and Mission fm First SW. 

8.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 Firet 2 

Eckar 

Second 100 

New Montgomery (ft) 

Annie 

Third 200 



101 

(6) 



201 
(6) 
401 
501 
801 
701 



Fourth (6) 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

Eighth 700 



.801 Ninth 800 

(6) Tenth (6) 

(6) Eleventh (6) 

Potter 

Brady 

Crocker 

Hermann 

(b) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (b) 

(6) Fourteenth (6) 

lb) Fifteenth lb) 

(6) Sixteenth (6) 

(6) Seventeenth (6) 

Willow avenue 

1701 Eighteenth 1700 

1801 Nineteenth 1800 

1901 Twentieth 1900 

(e) Twenty-first (e) 

Stevenson Avenue, 
S s Valencia bet Hermann 
and Brady. 
Stockton, bet Dupont 
and Powell N fm Market 
to Beach. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Ellis... 2 

101 O'FarreU 100 

201 Geary 200 

Morton 212 

301 Post 300 

Stockton place 308 

401 Sutter 400 

501 Bush 500 

Emma 508 

601 Pine 600 

701 California 700 

709 Emmet place 

801 Sacramento 800 

901 Clay 900 

1001 Washington 1000 

1101 Jackson 1100 

1201 Pacific 1200 

Polk lane 1232 

1301 Broadway 1300 

1401 Vallejo 1400 

1413 Card alley 

Montgomery av.... 

1501 Green 1500 

1601 Union 1600 

1701 Filbert 1700 

1801 Greenwich 1800 

1901 Lombard 1900 

NewhaU. 

2001 Chestnut 2000 

— % Pfeiffer 

2101 Francisco 2100 

2201 Bay 2200 

2301 NorthPoint 2300 

(e) Beach (e) 

Stockton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont to Stockton. 
Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Washington to 
Jackson. 
Stout's Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fin 
Washington to Jackson. 
Stringhani, from Islais 
Creek W of Adele S to 
Hecker. 
Sullivan, bet Carl and 

Grattan fm Cole W. 
Sullivan, fm Cortland av 

S to Crescent av, B H. 
Sullivan, Visitacion Val- 
ley. 
Sullivan Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pacific to Jackson. 
Sullivan Alley, bet 
First and Second fm Mis- 
sion to Minna. 
Sullivan Alley, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Dupont W. 
Summer, bet Pine and 
California fm Montgomery 
to Kearny. 
Sumner, bet Bosecrans 
and Prentiss fm California 
av S to Powhattan. 
Sumner, bet8eventh and 

Eighth fm Howard SE. 

Sutter, bet Post and Bush 

W fm Market to Central 

av. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Sansome & Market 2 

101 Montgomery 100 

Trinity 106 

111 Lick place 

201 Kearny 200 



2601 

2701 



Clara lane 204 

301 Dupont 300 

401 Stockton 400 

501 Powell 500 

Delaware court.... 

601 Mason 600 

701 Tavlor 700 

801 Jones 800 

901 Leavenworth 900 

1001 Hyde : 1000 

1101 Larkln 1100 

1201 Polk 1200 

1301 Van Ness avenue.1300 

1401 Franklin 1400 

1501 Gough 1500 

1601 Octavia 1600 

1701 Laguna 1700 

1801 Buchanan 1800 

1901 Webster 1900 

2001 Fillmore. 2000 

2101 Stelner 2100 

2201 Pierce 2200 

2301 Scott 2300 

2401 Devlsadero 2400 

2501 Broderick 2500 

Baker 2600 

Lyon 2700 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Swan, fm Bernal SW to 

Junction Marengo and 

Bernal. 
Sweeny, W s San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 
Sweet, bet Taylor and 

Jones fm Broadway to 

Vallejo. 
T, South S F, fin Seventh 

av SW to Tenth av. 
T, bet S and U fm Twelfth 

av W. 
lava, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Tay, bet Powell and 

Mason fm Sacramento to 

Clay. 
Tavlor, bet Mason and 

Jones N fm Market to 

Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Tylor. 2 

101 Turk 100 

201 Eddy 200 

301 Ellis 300 

401 O'FarreU 400 

501 Geary 500 

Oak place _ 504 

Taylor place 516 

517 Adelaide place . ... 

601 Post 600 

605 Lewis 

701 Sutter 700 

801 Bush 800 

901 Pine 900 

ViUa place 908 

1001 California. 1000 

1101 Sacramento 1100 

1115 Pleasant 

1201 Clay 1200 

1301 Washington 1300 

1401 Jackson 1400 

1501 Pacific 1500 

1535 Bernard 

1601 Broadway 1600 

Falcon place 

1701 Vallejo 1700 

Green 1800 

Lincoln........... 

Union 1900 

2001 Filbert. 2000 

— r- Valparaiso 2012 

2101 Greenwich 2100 

2201 Lombard 2200 

Montgomery av 

2301 Chestnut 2300 

Water 

Houston. 

2401 Francisco 2400 

Vandewater 

2501 Bay 2500 

2601 NorthPoint 2600 

2701 Beach 2700 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Tavlor Place, bet Post 
and Geary fm Taylor E. 

Taylor Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Tay- 
lor E and W. ' 

Tehama.bet Howard and 
Folsom fm First SW. 

S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

Hubbard 



201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth -. 400 

(6) Sixth (6) 

(6) Sevenths (6) 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

Tehama. S s Montezuma 
S to Praspect place, B H. 
Tehama Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
First NE. 
Telegraph Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Good-Children E. 
Tennessee,bet Kentucky 
and Minnesota fm South S 
to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 
Eleventh fm Market SE 
to Mission Creek. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

225 Warren avenue 

301 Folsom 300 

Sheridan 

401 Harrison 40V 

501 Bryant 500 

Tenth Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 
Tenth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to Q. 
Terrace View, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Francisco S. 
Tevis, South S F, bet Von 
Schmidt and Dock fm 
Water Front SW to county 
line. 
Tevis, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 
Texas, bet Mississippi 
and Missouri fm Center S 
to Tulare. 
Theresa, Academy Tract. 
Third, bet Second and 
Fourth fm Market SE to 
Channel. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

19 Stevenson 20 

37 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

131 Sherwood place 

Everett 138 

145 Hunt 

201 Howard 200 

223 Tehama 224 

Noble place 236 

247 Clementina (6) 

301 Folsom 300 



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337 Verona.. 

401 Harrison 400 

417 Perry 418. 

435 Sliver 436 

501 Bryant 500 

Park lane north.... 

519 South Park 

537 Park lane south... 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Third Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 
Third Avenue, South 
8 F,fm Islais to Dry Dock. 
Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth fm Mis- 
sion to Harrison. 
Norih. Street. & side. 

1 Mission 2 

101 Howard 100 

Isis 

Bernice 

201 Folsom 200 

Treat avenue 

301 Harrison 300 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S toU. 
Thirteenth Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
Thirtieth, S of Lay fm 

Mission W to Bellevue. 

Thirtieth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S. 



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Thirtieth Avenue, 

South S F, fm Potrero av 
S to county line. 
Thirty-eighth Av. 

enne, fm City Cemetery 

Thirty-eighth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Rail- 
road av S to county line. 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, 

fm City Cemetery S. 
Thirty-fifth Avenue, 

South S F, fm Railroad av 
S to county line. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation S. 

Thirty-first Avenue, 
South S F, fm Railroad av 
S to county line. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Thirty - second Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enne, fm City Cemetery 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, 
South S F, fm Railroad av 
S to county line. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thompson Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

Tilden, W s Noe bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth. 

Tilford, bet Bryant and 
Brannan fm Sixth NE. 

Tobin, Visitacion Valley. 

Toinasa, fm California 

av SE to California av, B 

H. 
Touquiu, bet Jefferson 

and Lewis \V fm Larkin 

to Presidio Reservation. 
Torrens Court, bet 

Hyde and Larkin fm Clay 

N. 
Touchard, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth fm Pine S. 

Ton nsend, bet Brannan 
and King SW from First 
to Eighth. 

S.E. Street. N.W.side. 
1 First 2 

Japan 

101 Second 100 

Stanford 

Clarence place 

Hammond place... 

201 Third 200 

Ritch 

Liberty 

Madden 

Haggin 

CrooK m 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

Gilbert 

601 Seventh 600 

Eighth 



Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Thirteenth S to Serpentine 
av. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Thirteenth 2 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

301 Sixteenth 300 

401 Seventeenth 400 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

701 Twentieth 700 

801 Twenty-first 800 

901 Twenty-second.... 900 

1001 Twenty-third 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

1201 Twenty-fifth 1200 

1301 Twenty-sixth 1300 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Trinity, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Sutter to 
Bush. 
Trinity Court, W s 
Trinity bet Sutter and 
Bush. 
Truett, bet Clay and 
Washington fm Mason W. 
Tulare, bet Marin and 
Islais Creek channel fm 
the bay W to Orleans. 
Turk, bet Tyler and Eddy 
W fm junction Mason and 
Market. 
South. Street. A T . side. 
1 Market & Mason... 2 

Margaret place 14 

101 Taylor 100 

201 Jones 200 

301 Leavenworth 300 

401 Hyde 400 

Dodge 

501 Larkin 500 

601 Polk 600 

701 Van Ness avenue. 700 

801 Franklin 800 

901 Gough 900 

1001 Octavla 1000 

1101 Laguna 1100 

1201 Buchanan 1200 

1301 Webster 1300 

1401 Fillmore 1400 

1501 Steiner 1500 

1601 Pierce 1600 

1701 Scott 1700 

Seymour avenue... 

1801 Devlsadero 1800 

1901 Broderick 1900 

St. Joseph's av.... 

2001 Baker 2i>00 

2101 Lyon 

2201 Lott 

Masonic avenue... 

Twelfth, bet Eleventh 

andThirteenth fin Mission 

SE to Harrison. 

1ST. E. Street. S. W. side. 

1 Mission 2 

Glen Park avenue. 26 

101 Howard 100 

201 Folsom 200 

lsis 

Bernice 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Twelfth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
T. 
Twelfth Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
Twentieth, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first 
fm Harrison W to Doug- 
lass. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Massachusetts 2 

101 Delaware 100 

201 Maryland 200 

301 Louisiania 300 

401 Georgia.. 400 

501 Michigan 500 

601 Illinois 600 

701 Kentucky 700 

801 Tennessee 800 

901 Minnesota 900 

1001 Indiana 1000 

1101 Iowa 1100 

1201 Pennsylvania av...l200 

1301 Mississippi 1300 

1401 Texas 1400 

1501 Missouri 1500 

1601 Connecticut 1600 

1701 Arkansas 1700 



1801 Wisconsin 1800 

1901 Carolina 1900 

2001 De Haro 2000 

2101 Rhode Island 2100 

2201 Kansas 2200 

2301 Vermont 2300 

Nebraska 2400 

2501 Utah 2500 

2601 Potrero avenue 2600 

2701 Jersev 2700 

2801 Hampshire 2800 

2901 York 2900 

3001 Florida 3000 

3101 Columbia 3100 

3201 Harrison 3200 

Treat avenue 

3301 Folsom 3300 

Shotwell 

3401 Howard 3400 

Capp 

3501 Mission 3500 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

3601 Valencia 3600 

3701 Guerrero 3700 

3801' Dolores 3800 

3901 Church 3900 

4001 Sanchez 4000 

4101 Noe 4100 

4201 Castro 4200 

4301 Diamond 4300 

Douglass 

Twentieth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S. 
Twentieth Avenue, 
South S F, fm A N to 
Utah. 
Twenty-eighth, bet 
Duncan and Valley fm Old 
San Jose Road W to Bel- 
levue. 
South. Street. 2V. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401. Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

601 Diamond 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Reser- 
vation S. 
Twenty-eighth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av 8 to countv line. 
Twenty-fifth,bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth fm Potrero av W to 
High. 
South. Street. J¥. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom.. 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jose" avenue... 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

1201 Dolores 1200 

1301 Church 1300 

Vicksburg . 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond 1700 

1801 Douglass 1800 

1901 Ellen 1900 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-fifth Avenue 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S. 
Twenty-fifth Avenue 
South S F,fm WaterFront 
N to Railroad av. 
Twenty-first, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second 
fm Potrero av W to Doug- 
lass 
South. Street. iV. side. 
1 Potrero av 2 



Jersey ioo 

201 Hampshire 200 

Bryant avenue.... 

301 York 300 

Florida 400 

Alabama 

501 Columbia... 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp A 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

Vicksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Sherman 

1701 Diamond. 1700 

Eureka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty-flrstA venue, 
fm Presidio Reservations. 
Twenty-firstA venue, 
South S F, fm A N to 
Silver av. 
Twenty - fourth, bet 
Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fm Potrero av W 
to Bellevue. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp„ 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San JosG avenue... 
1101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

Vicksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond 1700 

1801, Douglass 1800 

1901 Ellen 190O 

Bellevue 

Twenty - fourth, Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Water Front N to Railroad 
av. 
Twenty-ninth, bet Val- 
ley and Day fm Mission 
W to Bellevue. 
Twenty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty • ninth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av S to county line. 
Twenty - second, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty- 
third fm Potrero av W to 
Ocean Road. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

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San Jose 1 avenue .. 

101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair Oaks 

301 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

301 Church 1300 

Vicksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Sherman 

1701 Diamond. 1700 

Eureka. 

1801 Douglass 1800 

rwent.r - second Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
rwent.r - second Av- 
enue. South S F, fm A 
N to Silver av. 
Twenty - seventh, bet 
Annv and Duncan fm Old 
San Jose" Road W to Belle- 
vue. 
South. Street. AT. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

■Jil Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

601 Diamond - 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(ri Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 
Twenty - sixth, bet 
Twenty-fifth and Army 
fm York to Bellevue. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 York 2 

101 Brvant avenue 100 

201 Columbia 200 

301 Alabama 300 

401 Harrison 400 

Treat avenue 

501 Folsom 500 

Shotwell 

601 Howard 600 

Capp 

701 Mission 700 

Bartlett 

801 Valencia 800 

San Jose" avenue... 

901 Guerrero 900 

1001 Dolores 1000 

1101 Church 1100 

1201 Sanchez 1200 

1301 Noe 1300 

1401 Castro 1400 

1501 Diamond 1500 

1601 Douglass 1600 

1701 Ellen 1700 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation 8. 
Twenty • sixth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Water Front N to Ball- 
road av. 
Twen t y -th ird. bet 
Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth f m Potrero av W 
to Douglass. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Potrero avenue.... . 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Brvant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama.. 500 

, 601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jose avenue... 

1101 Guerrero ....1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 



1301 



Church 1300 

Vicksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond.. 1700 

Eure"ka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty - third At- 

enne, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - third Av- 
enue, South S F, fm A 
north to Q. 
Tyler,now Golden GateAv 
U, bet T and V fm Thir- 
teenth av W. 
Union, bet Green and 
Filbert W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N". side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

Gaines 

201 Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

301 Montgomery 300 

323 Vincent 

401 Kearnv 400 

Filbert place 406 

407 Sonora. 

419 Lafayette place 

Varennes 420 

501 Dupont 500 

Cadell alley 508 

509 Bannam place 

Jasper place 518 

523 Union place 

535 Graham place 

601 Stockton 600 

Montgomery av.... 

701 Powell 700 

717 August alley 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor — 900 

Eliza place 

1001 Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Sharp place — — 

1201 Hvde _ 1200 

"West End alley.... 1 

Moore place 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue. 1500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

25'H Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

Union Alley, fm Union 

pl. 
Union Avenue, fm 
Laurel av E to San Bruno 
Road, B H. 
Union Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
Union Square, bet 
Powell, Stockton, Post and 
Geary. 
University, bet College 
and Princeton fm Silver 
av S, U M T. 
Utah, bet Nebraska and 
Potrero av fm Mission 
Creek S to Preclta Creek 
and fm Islals Creek S, 
South S. F. 
V, bet U and W fm Four- 
teenth av W. 
Yaleneia, bet Guerrero 
and Mission fm Market S 
to Twenty-ninth. 
East. Street. W. tide. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson avenue 

101 Hermann 100 

201 Ridley 200 

209 Qulnn 208 

Brosnan 

301 Fourteenth 300 

401 Fifteenth.... 400 

501 Sixteenth 500 



601 Seventeenth 600 

611 Cedar lane 

617 Willows avenue.... 

701 Eighteenth. 700 

801 Nineteenth 800 

Columbia 820 

901 Twentieth 900 

Liberty 

1001 Twenty-first. 1000 

1101 Twenty-second ....1100 

1201 Twentv-third 1200 

1301 Twenty -fourth ....1300 

1401 Twenty-fifth 140o 

1501 Twenty-sixth 1500 

Serpentine avenue 
Vallejo. bet Broadway 

and Green W fm Davis. 
South Street. -W. side. 

1 Davis (d) 

Front 

101 Battery 100 

Goat alley 

201 Sansome 200 

Hall alley 

Ohio 

Hodges alley 

Bartol 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

Plnckney 

Sonoma place 

Pollard place". 

— — Margaret place 

501 Dupont 500. 

Montgomery av ... 
Vallejo place 

Agnes lane 

601 Stockton _ 600 

Maiden lane 

Morey alley 

Wheelock place 

701 Powell 700 

Washoe place 

O'Connell place .... 

801 Mason 800 

Vallejo court 

901 Taylor 900 

Sweet..... 

Florence 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

1201 Hvde 1200 

White 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue.1500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

2901 Lvon 2900 

3001 Central avenue 3000 

3101 Walnut 3100 

3201 Laurel 3200 

3301 Locust „ 3300 

3401 Spruce 3400 

(e) Maple (e) 

Vallejo Court, (or Ter- 
race) bet Mason and Tay- 
lor fm Vallejo S. 

Vallejo Place, bet 
Montgomeryav and Stock- 
ton fm Vallejo S. 

Valley, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fm Old San Jose Road W 

• to Bellevue. 

Valparaiso, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Mason 
to Jones. 

Van Ness Avenue, bet 
Polk and Franklin N fm 
Market to Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Oak... 2 

Hickory avenue... 

101 FeU 100 

109 Linden avenue 

201 Hayes 200 

Ivy avenue.... 

i301 Grove 300 

Birch avenue 

401 Fulton 400 

Ash avenue 



501 McAllister 


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600 




700 


701 Turk... 


Laurel avenue.... 




801 Eddy 


800 












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1001 O'Farrell 


1000 


1009 Myrtle avenue.... 


1008 


1101 Gearv 


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.1200 


1201 Post 


Walnut avenue... 










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1401 Bush 






1.501 Pine m 


1500 


1601 California...." 


1600 




17IX) 


1801 Clay 


18110 


1901 "Washington 


1900 


2001 Jackson 


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2101 Pacific 


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2301 Vallejo 


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2401 Green 


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2501 Union r. 


2500 


2601 Filbert 


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2701 Greenwich 


2700 


2801 Lombard 


2800 


2901 CBestnut 


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3101 Bay 


3100 


3201 North Point 


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3301 Beach 


3300 




3400 


3501 Tonquin 


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Vandewater, bet Fran- 


cisco and Bav fm Powell 


to Taylor. 




Varennes, bet Kearny 


and Dupont fm Union to 


Filbert. 




Vassar Place, bet Sec- 


ond and Third fm Harri- 


son SE. 




Verniehr Place 


, bet 



Post and Sutter fm Kearny 
E. c 

Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Precita Creek and 
fm Silver av N, South S. F. 

Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Sec- 
ond W. 

Vernon Plaee, bet 
Green and Union fm Hyde 
E. 

Vernon Plaee, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Jackson S. 

Verona, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm ThUH NE. 

Vicksburg, bet Church 
and Sanchez fm Twentv- 
first S to Twenty -fifth. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Twentv-flret 2 

101 Twentv-6econd 100 

201 Twenty-third 200 

301 Twentv-fourth 300 

(e) Twenty-fifth (e) 

Villa Plaee, bet Pine 
and California fm Tavlor 
E. 

Vincent, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fin Green 
to Union. 

Virginia, bet Ohio and 
New York fm Water Front 
S to First av. 

Virginia, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Washing- 
ton to Pacific. 

Virginia Avenue, fm 
California av SE to Cher- 
ubnsco, B H. 

Virginia Plaee, bet 
Pine and California fm 
Dupont W. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Powell and Stockton fm 
Broadway to Pacific. 

Viseher Plaee, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Beale E. 



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Tisiiacion, Visltaclon 

Valley. 
Voight , E of San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm CltyHall. 
Von Schmidt, South S 

F, bet Pollock and Tevis 
fm Water Front SW to 
county line. 
Torrath Plaee, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkln 
E 
W, south of V fm Fifteenth 

av W. 
Walbridge. Visltaclon 

VaUey. 
Wall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 
"Wallace Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
California N. 
Waller, bet Ridley and 
Haight W fm Octavia and 
Market. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market* Octavia.. 2 

101 Laguna 100 

201 Buchanan 200 

301 Webster 300 

401 Fillmore 400 

501 Steiner 500 

601 Pierce 600 

701 Scott 700 

801 Devlsadero 800 

901 Broderick 900 

Public Park..:. 

1201 Lott 1200 

1301 Masonic avenue.. .1300 

1401 Ashbury 1400 

1501 Clayton 1500 

1601 Cole 1600 

1701 Shrader 1700 

Walnut, bet Central av 
and Laurel fm Calitornia 
N. . 

Walnut Avenue, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Larkin 
to Laguna. 
South. Street. -V. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin v .. 300 

401 Gough .». 400 

501 Octavia 500 

(e) Laguna (e) 

Ward, fm Cortland av S 

to Crescent av, B H. 
Warden, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Francisco 
to Bay. 
Warren, S s Thirtieth 
bet Whitney and Bartlett 
S to Palmer. 
Warren Avenue, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Tenth NE. 
Washington, bet Clay 

and Jfcks'on W fm East. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

217 Cedar 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

Custom House pi... 412 

501 Sansome _... 500 

Jones alley 532 

601 Montgomery 600 

Montgomery av 

641 Dunbar alley 

701 Kearny 700 

727 Brenham place ... 

Washington alley.. 744 

801 Dupont 800 

811 Waverly place 

823 Spofford 

Stout's or Boss aX. 828 

901 Stockton 900 

907 Havens place — — 

913 Hopeton Terrace . 



Virginia 914 

Stone 918 

1001 Powell 1000 

1007 Codman place 

1017 Wetmore place. ...- — 

1101 Mason 1100 

Adona place 1106 

1201 Taylor 1200 

Camllle place 

1301 Jones 1300 

1319 Priest 

1325 Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

1801 Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue.,1800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

2101 Octavia 2100 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

2601 Steiner .....2600 

Alta Plaza 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devisadero 2900 

3001 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Centralavenue 3300 

3401 Walnut 3400 

3501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Washington Alley, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 

Washington Avenue 
bet Ninth and Tenth fm 
Mission to Howard. 

Washington Avenue 
bet Folsom and Columbia 
pi fm Precita av S, B H. 

Washington Square, 
bet Montgomery av and 
Powell, Stockton, Fibert 
and Union. 

Washoe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fmVal- 
lejo N. 

Water, bet Chestnut and 
Francisco fm Mason to 
Taylor. 

Water Front, fm coun- 
ty line northerly along 
the bay to Shasta. 

Waverly Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. 

W a y 1 a n d, bet Bacon 
andWoolsey fm San Bruno 
Road W. U M T. 

Wayne, bet Gates and 
Kosciusko fm Cortland av 
S. 

Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Webb Place, bet Green 
and Union fm Mason W. 

Webster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. 

Webster, bet Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Kate 
to Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Kate 2 

Germania 

101 Waller 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lily avenue 

401 Oak 400 



Hickory avenue ... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

601 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue 

701 Grove _ 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

1001 Tyler 1000 

Elm avenue 

1101 Turk _ 1100 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1309 Bvington 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

Wlldey 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento ..„ 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Pixley 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

Moulton 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

3501 Bay.... 3500 

3601 NorthPoint 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonauln 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Weldon, S s Crescent av 

nr San Bruno Road. 
Wells Avenue, bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

rm Dolores to Church. 
Wells Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 

Lombard S. 
Welsh, bet Bryant and 

Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 

Fourth. 
West Avenue, fm San 

Jos(5 Road nr Cortland av 

SE to Holly Park. 
West El Dorado, bet 

South and Eureka SW fm 

Sixth to Center. 
West-End Alley, bet 

Hyde and Larkin fm 

Green to Union. 
West Mission, W s Mis- 
sion bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth. 
Wetmore Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm Clay 

to Washington. 
Wlieelocfc Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Vallejo N. 
White, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Vallejo N. 
White Place, net Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm 

Bryant SE. 
White's Place, bet Sut 

ter and Bush fm Jones E. 

Whiting, bet Lombard 

and Chestnut fm Dupont E. 

Whitney, bet Mission 

and Howard fm Fifteenth 

to Sixteenth. 
Whitney, bet Dame and 

Warren fm Thirtieth S to 

Palmer. 



Wlldey. bet Pine and 
Bush fm Webster to 
Steiner. 

Willard, fm N s Grat- 

tan N to Golden Gate 
Park. 
William, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm O'Farrell to 
Post. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 O'Farrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

(e) Post (e) 

William Place, bet 
California and Sacramento 
fm Davis W. 
Williams, bet Goettin- 
gen and Holyoke f m Silver 
av S. C M T. 
Williamson, bet Boyce 
and Chase fm Point Lobos 
av N. 
Willow, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom to Ship- 
ley. 
Willow Avenue, bet 
Eddy and Ellis fm Larkin 
to Buchanan. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Buchanan 

Willows Avenue, bet 

Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth fm Valencia to 
Mission. 

Winans Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 
Eighth E. 

Winkle. S of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm CityHalL 

Winslow, fm California 
av S to Powhattan, B H. 

Wi nter Lane, bet Green, 
and Union fm Mason E. 

Wisconsin, bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina fm Eighth 
S to Napoleon. 

Wolfe, fm California av E 
to Isabel, B H. 

Wood, bet Eugenia and 
Collins fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

Wool, fm North av S to 
Cortland av, B H. 

Woolsey, bet Wayland 
and DwightfmSan Bruno, 
' RoadW, UMT. 

Wordcn, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Francisco. 
N. 

Wyoming, bet Dacotab. 
and Ohio fm Islais S to. 
First av. 

Xale, bet Amherst and 
Cambridge fm Silver av S. 
UMT. 

"Verba Buena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Xolo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa fm the bay W to Po 
trero av. 

Torh, bet Hampshire and 
Florida fm Mission Creek 
S to Twenty -first, thence 
E to Hampshire, thence S 
to Serpentine av. 

Tuba, bet Colusa and Yolo 
fm the bay W to Iowa. 

Zini, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fm Bryant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale- 
and Fremont fm Folsom 
SE. 



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Importers and Jobbers of Wood and Willow Ware 

230 and 232 FRONT STREET. 



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Wholesale and Retail Dealers In LIi.iikkr. S.E. cor. 
Mission and Main Sts., and N.W. cor. Bryant and Main Sts. 



BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, ROWS, WHARVES, ETC. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, San Miguel or Mission Ocean House 

Road, m miles from City Hall 
City Hall (new) , bet McAllister, Larkin, and Park Av 
City Hall (old) , E s Kearny, bet Merchant and Wash. 
County Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
County Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
Custom House, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Hall of Records, S s McAllister, nr Leavenworth 
House of Correction, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Industrial School, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Post Office, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox), S s Colusa, nr 

De Haro 
United States Appraiser's Store, E s Sansome, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, 

nr Mountain Lake 
United States Mint, NW cor Mission and Fifth 
United States Sub Treasury, 610 Commercial 

BUILDINGS. 
Academy, N s Pine, bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Alhambra, 325 Bush 
Alta California, 529 California 
Armory Hall, NE cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Bancroft's, 721-725 Market 

Bank California. NW cor California and Sansome 
Bernis', 626 California 
Bradbury. 52 Second 
Brittan's, SW cor California and Davis 
Capital, NW cor Kearny and Pine 
Central Pacific RR. Co. 's, NE cor Fourth and Townsend 
Change House (Stevenson's) , SW cor Montgomery and 

California 
Chronicle, NE cor Kearny and Bush 
Cochituate, 213-215 Sansome 
Cogswell's, SE cor Front and Clark 
College, 24 Post 
Colton's, 220 Third 

Commercial, NW cor Pine and Battery 
Cosmopolitan, SW cor Bush and Sansome 
Crook's, SE cor Mission and Third 
Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 
Davidson's, NW cor Montgomery and Commercial 
Dividend (or Morrison's) , NW cor Pine and Leid. 
Dolan's, NE cor Third and Hunt 
Donohoe, Kelly & Co.'s; SE cor Montgomery and Sac. 
Dooly's, NW cor Sansome and Sutter 
Duncan's, 411 H California 

Exempt Fire Company, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 
Express, NE cor California and Montgomery 
Firemens Fund Insurance Co.'s, SW cor California 

and Sansome 
Frank's, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 
Franklin. 406-410 California 
Friedlander's, NE cor California and Sansome 
German Savings and Loan Society's, 526 California 
Halleck, E s Sansome, from Sacramento to Halleck 
Hay ward's, 415-423 California 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, NE cor Mont- 
gomery and Market 
Howard's, 521-523 Montgomery 
Johnson's, N s Sutter, bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Le Count's, 417 Montgomery 
Levison Brothers', 134 Sutter 
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., NE 

cor California and Leidesdorff 
London and San Francisco Bank, NW cor California 

and Leidesdorff 
Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 
Maynard's, NW cor California and Battery 
McCreery's, NE and SE corners Montgomery and Pine 
Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 
Mechanics' Pavilion, E s Eighth, bet Market and 

Mission 
Mercantile Library, 216 Bush 
Merchants' Exchange, SsCal., bet Mont, and San. 
Merritt's, NW cor California and Drumm 
Metropolitan Temple, NE cor Fifth and Jessie 
Morrison's, NW cor Pine and Leidesdorff 
Murphy, Grant & Co.'s, NE cor Sansome and Bush 
Naglee's, SW cor Montgomery and Merchant 
Niantic, NW cor Clay and Sansome 



Nucleus, SE cor Market and Third 

Odd Fellows', 323-327 Montgomery 

Olympic, 119 Post 

Pacific Bank, NW cor Sansome and Pine 

Pacific Exchange, 316 Montgomery 

Parrott's, NW cor Sacramento and Montgomery 

Phelan's, junction Market and O'Farrell 

Phcenix, SW cor Sansome and Jackson 

Pioneers', 808 Montgomery 

Reese's, 716-722 Washington 

Safe Deposit Co.'s, SE cor Montgomery and California 

San Francisco Gas Co.'s, First, Howard, and Natoma 

San Francisco Savings Union, NE cor Oal. and Webb 

San Francisco Stock Exchange, S s Pine, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Sather's, NE cor Montgomery and Commercial 
Savings and Loan Society's, 617-621 Clay 
Sherman's, NE cor Montgomery and Clay 
Shiels*, 32 O'Farrell 
St. Ann's, NW cor Powell and Eddy 
St. Mark's, SW cor Kearny and Morton 
St. Lawrence, 212 Sutter 

Stevenson's, SW cor Montgomery and California 
Sullivan's, SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Tallant & Co.'s. NE cor California and Battery 
The Howard, NW cor Stockton and O'Farrell 
The Real Estate Associates, 230 Montgomery 
Tucker's, NW cor Montgomery and Sutter 
Union Insurance Co.'s, 416-418 California 
United States Appraiser's. E s Sansome, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 
Webb's, 37 Second 

Wells', SW cor Montgomery and Clay 
White House, NW cor Kearny and Post 
Whiting's, SE cor Sansome and Pine 
Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 

HALLS. 

Alldacks, SW cor Bush and Devisadero 

American, NW cor Pacific and Leavenworth 

American Protestant Association, 713 Mission 

Apollo, 808 Pacific 

Archery, 1155-1157 Mission 

Armory, 134 Fourth 

Barra's, 118 First 

B'nai B'rith, 119-121 Eddy 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission 

Carll's, 1328 Bush 

Centennial, 421 Hayes 

Champion, N s Butte, bet Tennessee and Kentucky 

Charter Oak, 771 Market 

Columbus, S s Stevenson, bet Third and Annie 

Crusader, 1159 Mission 

Dashaway, 139 Post 

Docking's. 409 Montgomery Av 

Druids', 413 Sutter 

Golden Gate, 1622 Pacific Av 

Grand Army of the Republic, 71 New Montgomery 

Grand Central, 997 Market 

Grand Western, 1328 Bush 

Hare's, Tenth Av, South S. F. 

Hibernia, 246 Third 

Hoag's, SW cor Sutter and Powell 

Horticultural, W s Stockton, bet Post and Sutter 

Huddy's, 909 % Market 

Humboldt, SE cor Mission and Erie 

Improved Order Red Men's, 320 Post 

Independence, 39 Fourth 

Independent Order Red Men's, 510 Bush 

Irish American, 816-818 Howard 

Irish Confederation, 751 Market 

Ixora, 737 Mission 

Kessing's, cor Twenty-first and Howard 

King's, 2131 Mission 

Knight's of Pythias, 913 Market 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery 

Lincoln, 413 Third 

Mannerbund, W s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 

Mayberry's, E s Mission, bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first 

Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 

Mercantile Library's, 216 Bush 

Mowry's Opera, SW cor Grove ana Laguna 

Myrtle, W s Railroad Av, bet Seventh and Eighth Avs 

National Armory, 324 Po st 



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643 MARKET STREET, Wholesale and Retail dealer In 

Paper Hangings and Shade Material. Manufacturer <* Window Shades 



II \CJiI.IV. SPURS A HATES, H I.TIO IKO.V WORKS. 213 Fremont Street, 
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National Republican, 1113 Mission 

Odd Fellows'. 325 Montgomery 

Ono, 1883 Mission 

Philharmonic, NE cor Stockton and Jackson 

Pixley, NE cor Pacific and Polk . 

Piatt's, 216 Montgomery 

Polk Street Music, 1605 Polk 

Riggers' and Stevedores', 429 Pacific 

Sanders', 71 New Montgomery 

Saratoga, 811 Geary 

Scollay's, 1524 Stockton 

St. Cyprian's, NW cor Jackson and Virginia 

St. Ignatius', 841 Market 

St. Joseph's, W s Tenth, bet Howard and Folsom 

St. Peter's Temperance, E s Alabama, bet Twenty, 
third and Twenty-fourth 

Tammany, cor Folsom and Eighth 

Terpsichorean, N s Pacific, nr Stockton 

Teutonia, 1322 Howard 

Turn Verein (Eureka) , E s Powell, bet Cal. and Pine 

Turn Verein (old) , N s Bush, bet Stockton and Powell 

Turn Verein (San Francisco) , S s Turk, bet Leaven- 
worth and Bfyde 

Turn Verein Vorwarts, 310 O'Farrell 

Union, S s Howard, bet Third and Fourth 

Veterans', 516 Bryant 

Washington, 35 Eddy 

Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 
BLOCKS. 

Akmoey, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 

Astor, 625-633 Sacramento 

Belden, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Broadway, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 

California, SE cor California and Battery 

Center, S s Sixteenth, bet Folsom and Shotwell 

Commercial, SE cor California and Front 

Court, 636 Clay and 641 Merchant 

Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 

Frank's, NW cor Sansome and Washington 

Front Street, E s Front, from Clay to Washington 

Hansford, 110-132 Market 

Harpending, S s Market, bet First and Second 

Holbrook, SE cor Market and Beale ■ 

Howard's, 627 Third 

Lick House, W s Montgomery, from Post to Sutter 

Martin's, S s Market, bet Seventh and Eighth 

Metropolitan, 8-14 Montgomery Av 

Montgomery, E s Mont. , from Merchantto Washington 

Nevada, NW cor Montgomery and Pine 

O'Donnell's, NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 

Oriental, SW cor Bush and Battery 

Park's , SE cor Valencia and Sixteenth 

Phelan's, junction Market and O'Farrell 

Pioneer Power, 8-12 Stevenson 

Keese's, W ? Battery, bet Pine and California 

Russ House, W s Montgomery, from Bush to Piue 

Safe Deposit, SE cor California and Montgomery 

Shiels', jiinction Market and Post 

Thurlow, E s Kearny, bet Sutter and A r er Mehr PI 

Union, junction Market and Pine 

Virginia, NW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Washington, 1-17 Montgomery Av 

Yankee, SW cor Front and Pine 
ROWS. 

Matnaed's, SE cor Pine and Battery 

South Park, Third, bet Bryant and Brannan 

Tittel's, W s Clara Lane nr Sutter 

WHARVES. 

Battery Street, foot Battery 

Beale Street, foot Beale 

Broadway, foot Broadway 

Central Pacific RR., foot Second 

Channel Street, foot Channel 

Channel Street South, extension of Channel Street _^ 

Dewey's, foot Third 

Dry Dock Co.'s, Hunter's Point 

East Street, from Market to Folsom 

Fillmore Street, foot Fillmore 

Folsom Street, foot Folsom 

Front Street, foot Front 

Green Street, foot Green 

Hathaway's, cor Spear and Bryant 

Harrison Street, foot Harrison 

Hobbs', E s Long Bridge, foot Fourth 

Hodgkin's, foot L, South S. F. 

Howard Street, foot Howard 

Howard No. 2, bet Howard and Folsom 

Humboldt, foot Spear 



Jackson Street, foot Jackson 

Main Street, foot Main 

Market Street, foot Market 

Meiggs', from Francisco, bet Powell and Mason, 

North Beach 
Mission Street, foot Mission 
Mission No. 2, bet Mission and Howard 
Oakland Ferry, East, bet Market and Clay 
Oriental, foot First 

Pacific Mail SS. Co.'s, Brannan and First 
Pacific Rolling Mills Co.'s, Potrero Point 
Pacific Street, foot Pacific 
Rincon, foot Steuart 

Rincon Point, Spear, bet Folsom and Harrison 
San Francisco Gas Co.'s Wharf, foot Second 
Second and Berry Street, foot Second 
Section 1 Sea Wall, from Kearny to Stockton 
" 2 " " Kearny to Sansome 

" 3 " '• Sansome to Front 

A " " Stockton West 

Spear Street, foot Spear 
Steamboat, Long Bridge 
Third Street, foot Third 
Union Street, foot Union 
Vallejo Street, foot Villejo 
Washington Street, foot Washington 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 
Adelphi Theater, 607 California 
Baldwin Theater, 932-936 Market 
Bella Union Theater, 803 and 805 Kearny 
Bush Street Theater, 325 Bush 

California Theater, N s Bush, bet Kearny and Dupont 
Chinese Theaters, 623 and 626 Jackson, and 814 and 

836 Washington 
Fountain, SE cor Kearny and Sutter 
German Theater (California), N s Bush, bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Germania Summer Theatre, S s Erie, nr Mission 
Grand Opera House, N s Mission, bet Third and Fourth 
Standard Theater, 320 Biish 
Tivoli Garden, 28-32 Eddy 
Wiener Garten, NW cor Sutter and Stockton 
Winter Garden, W s Stockton, bet Post and Sutter 
Woodward's Gardens, N s Mission, bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth 

PROMINENT PLACES. 
Axcatraz Island, 2 miles NW Telegraph Hill 
Angel Island, 5 miles from City Hall 
Bay District Fair Race Grounds, entrance cor Seventh 

Av and Fulton 
Bay View, nr Hunter's Poiut, 5 miles S City Hall 
Bernal Heights, S of Serpentine Av, bet San Jose and 

San Bruno Roads 
Black Point, junction Van Ness Av and Bay Shore 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight.bet Broderick and Lott 
Clark's Point, foot Broadway 
Cliff House, 63*j miles W City Hall 
Dry Dock (California), Hunter's Point 
Fairmount, W s San Jose Eoad, nr Thirtieth 
Farallones Islands. 29 miles from City Hall 
Fort Point, nr the Golden Gate, 4 milesW City Hall 
Garratt's Point, Jt mile SW Hunter's Point 
Golden Gate, 6 miles W City Hall 
Golden Gate Driving Park, Point Lobos Av, 5 miles 

from City Hall 
Golden Gate Park, W of Stanyan, bet D and H to 

Ocean, entrance Baker, bet Oak and Fell 
Hayes Valley, N of Market and W of Larkin 
Holladay Heights, bet Clay , Wash., Gough and Octavia 
Holly Park, SW s Bernal Heights, nr San Jose Road 
Hunter's Point, 5 miles SE City Hall 
Islais Creek Bridge, from the termination of Ken- 
tucky to Bailroad Av - 
Kensington, Howard, nr Twenty-first 
Lagoon, Gough, bet Lombard and Francisco 
Laguna de la Merced, 7 % miles SW City Hall, nr 

Ocean View House 
Lake Honda, 4 miles SW City Hall 
Lakeville, nr Laguna de la Merced 
Lime Point, opp Fort Point 

Lone Mountain, S of Point Lobos Av, nr Toll Gate 
Long Bridge, from foot Fourth to Potrero Nuevo ' 
Mission Creek, from Harrison and Nineteenth, SE to 

the Bay 
Mission Dolores, 1\ miles SW City Hall 
Mountain Lake, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point Lobos 

Av and Presidio Road 
Mountain Lake Park, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point 

Lobos Av and Presidio Road 



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JMAPnOKiniinU importer op and dealer in coal, and pig iron, 
. NIAUUUNUUUn, 11 Market Street, corner Sp 



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KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES. 



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North Beach, foot Powell, W to Black Point 

North Point,- foot Francisco 

Ocean View House, Ocean House Road, 7 miles SW 

City Hall 
Ocean Side House, Beach Road, 8 miles SW City Hall 
Ocean View Riding and Driving Park, Ocean House 

Road, 7 miles SW City Hall 
Pacific Heights, California to Broadway, bet Van 

Ness Av and Fillmore 
Point Lobos. 6J6 miles W City Hall 
Point San Quentin, Potrero Nuevo 
Potrero Heights, Potrero Nuevo, nr Bay Shore 
Potrero Nuevo, 2J$ miles S City Hall 



Presidio, 3 miles W City Hall 

Rincon Point, foot Harrison 

Russian Hill, Taylor, bet Broadway and Green 

San Jose or Black Point, junction Van Ness Av and 
Bay Shore 

Seal Rock, 6 % miles W City Hall 

Spring Valley, nr and S Lagoon 

Telegraph Hill, Montgomery, from Broadway N to the 
Bay 

Tuckerville, from Buchanan to Webster and Wash- 
ington to Pacific 

Visitacion Valley, nr the Bay and San Mateo Co. Line 

Yerba Buena, or Goat Island, 2 miles NE City Hall 



KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES. 



FEDERAL. 

Army, Military Division of the Pacific, and Dept of 

California, headquarters Presidio Reservation 

Army, Engineers, Engineer Officer Military Division 

of the Pacific, Presidio Reservation; Fortifications 

Harbor S. F., 533 Kearny ; Light-house, 120 Sutter 

Army, Depots and Warehouses, 36 New Montgomery, 

and Yerba Buena Island 
Bankruptcy, Registers District California, 636 Clay 

and 506 Battery 
Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensioners, 715 Clay 
Census Supervisor (First District of Cal.) 14 Mont.Av 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Courts, Circuit Judge, Clerk; District Judge, Clerk ; 
District Attorney, Marshal, Commissioners, U. S. 
Appraiser's Building 
Customs Port San Francisco, Collector, Naval Officer, 
and Surveyor, NW cor Washington and Battery; 
Appraiser's Store, E s San. bet Wash, and Jackson 
Geological Survey, 155 New Montgomery 
Inspector Boilers, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Inspector Hulls, IJ. S. Appraiser's Building 
Internal Revenue, Agents, Collector, Gaugers, U. S. 

Appraiser's Building 
Land Office, Register and Receiver, 610 Commercial 
Life Boat Station, Ocean Beach, nr Golden Gate Park 
Light House Department (Twelfth District) Inspector 

and Engineer, 120 Sutter 
Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, nr Mountain 
Lake ; Superintending Surgeon, U. S. Appraiser's 
Building 
Mint, Superintendent, Assayer, Coiner, Melter and 

Refiner, NW cor Fifth and Mission 
Navy Pay Office, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Pension Agent, Army and Navy, 620 Washington 
Post Office, Postmaster, NW cor Washington and Bat- 
tery ; Assistant Superintendent Railway Mail Ser- 
vice, SW cor Jackson and Battery ; Post Office In- 
spectors, 320 Sansome 
Secret Service Division, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Shipping Commissioner, 118 Jackson 
Signal Service, 42 Merchants' Exchange 
Special Agent Treasury Dept, U. S. Appraiser's Bldg 
Supervising Inspector Steam Vessels, U. S. Apprais- 
er's Building 
Surveyor-General California, 610 Commercial 
Treasurer Assistant, 608 Commercial 

STATE. 
Assayek State, 328 Montgomery 
Bank Commissioners, 202 Sansome 
Fish Commissioners, 401 California 
Harbor Commissioners, 10 California 
Mineralogist State, 313 Pine 
Immigration Commissioner, 508 Battery 
Inspector Gas Meters, 531 Mission 
Insurance Commissioner, 401 California 
Pilot Examiners, 62 Merchants' Exchange 
Pilots, 506 Battery 
Port Wardens, 525 Front 
Prison Directors, 410 Kearny 
Railroad Commissioners, 320 Sansome 
State University, Land Department, 310 Pine 
Supreme Court, 105 Stockton, Judges' chambers, 105 

Stockton 
Viticultural Commissioners, 111 Leidesdorff 
Yo Semite Valley Commissioners, 9 Hubbard 



CITY AND COUNTY. 

Assessor County, new City Hall, first floor 
Attorney and Counselor, new City Hall, third floor 
Attorney District, 8 Montgomery Av 
Attorney Police, old City Hall, first floor 
Auditor County, new City Hall, first floor 
Board City Hall Commissioners, New City Hall 
Board Education, new City Hall, third floor 
Board Election Commissioners, new City Hall, base- 
ment 
Board Equalization, new City Hall, second floor 
Board Fifteenth Avenue Extension Commissioners, 

59-60 Merchants' Exchange 
Board Health, 124 Geary 
Board Revenue Fund Commissioners, Mayor's Office, 

new City Hall 
Board Supervisors Clerk of, new City Hall, second floor 
Clerk County, old City Hall, first floor 
Coroner County, 16 O'Farrell 

Court Superior, Departments No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 
old City Hall, second floor; No. 8, old City Hall, 
third floor ; No. 9 (Probate) , and No. 10 (Special) , 
new City Hall, second floor ; No. 11 (Criminal) , 8 
Montgomery Av ; No. 12 (Criminal) , 729 Mont. 
Courts Justices', SE cor Keamy and Washington 
Courts Police, old City Hall, first floor 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, Brenham PI 
Fire Department Commissioners, 235 Kearny 
Fire Department Corporation Yard, N s Sacramento, 

bet East and Drumm 
Fire Department Engineers, 235 Kearny 
Fire Marshal, old City Hall, third floor 
Free Public Library, 428 Bush 
Gas Inspector, old City Hall, first floor 
Grand Jury rooms, new City Hall, basement 
Health Officer, 124 Geary 
Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
House of Correction, old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Industrial School, old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
License Collector, new City Hall, basement 
Market Inspector, 124 Geary 
Mayor City and County, new City Hall, first floor 
Park Commissioners, 74 Nevada Block 
Physician City, 514 Kearny 
Police Chief, old City Hall, first floor 
Police Commissioners, old City Hall, second floor 
Police Stations, old City Hall, basement ; 829 Folsom ; 
522 Davis ; 247 Steuart ; new City Hall; 207 Seven- 
teenth, and cor Polk and Jackson 
Pound Keeper, N s California, bet Walnut and Laurel 
Public Administrator, 626 Washington 
Quarantine Officer, 502 Battery 
Recorder County, Hall of Records, new City Hall 
Registrar of Voters, new City Hall, basement 
Sheriff County, old City Hall, first floor 
Superintendent Common Schools, new City Hall, 

third floor 
Superintendent Streets, new City Hall, basement 
Surveyor County, new City Hall, first floor 
Tax Collector County, new City Hall, first floor 
Treasurer County, new City Hall, first floor 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox), Colusa, nr 
DeHaro 



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ADDITIONAL NAMES, CHANGES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



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Abrahams Lewis, wholesale and retail jewelry, 13 

Kearny, r. 2112 Howard 
Abrams David, merchant, r. 908 Buchanan 
Adams Adolph, salesman duff Bros., r. 9 Graham PI 
Adams Henry, supt Stockton Gas Co., 604 Commercial, 

r. Stockton 
Afnerbach Alice Miss, teacher music, r.J38 Green 
Aguirre Joan M., r. 1314 Powell 
Ahlers William, liquor saloon, 308 Dupont 
Ahrens William (Von Soosten & Ahrens) r. SW cor 

Folsom and Sixteenth 
Aiken John, sailmaker, r. 609 Hyde 
Aiken William, clerk, r. 609 Hyde 
Aitken John P., wharfinger Green St. Wharf, r. 1517 J£ 

Leavenworth 
Aldrich Catherine, widow, r. 210 Third 
Alexander Leopold, Cal. Detective Bureau, 331 Kearny, 

room 4, r. 120 Prospect PI 
Allen George W. (Devers, Koehncke & Co.) r. 1708 

Fillmore 
Allen M. G. Mrs., dressmaker, 208 Ellis 
Allkire Samuel H., collector and real estate agent, 621 

Clay, r. 238 Kearny 
Amador Queen Mining Co. (Amador Co. Cal.) R. Ellon 

secretary, 310 Pine, room 47 
American Fur and Sealskin Coloring Co. , 

G. F. Walker president, Harry C. Van Dyck secre- 
tary, Adolph Muller superintendent, factory 769 

Market, office 310 Pine 
Anderson John (Anderson & Bro ) r. 347 Brannan 
Anderson Theodore R., waiter, r. 128 Eighth 
Anderson William (Anderson & Bro.) and woodcarver, 

r. 347 Brannan 
Anderson & Brother (John and William) wood and 

coal, 347 Brannan 
Andrus Elliot H., collector Charles W. Taber, r. 233 

Sixteenth 
Apgar R. M., bailiff Police Court, No. 2, r. 1513 Larkin 
Ardery J. A., r. 603 Geary 

Armstrong Robert B. (M.Zacharias & Co.) r. 835 Bush 
Arriola Edward, photographer, r. 418 Green 
Arron Louis, shirts and ladies' underwear, 617 Kearny 
Avery Francis, secretary Sausalito Land and Ferry Co., 

office foot of Market, r. Saucelito 



Babros John, r. 40 Jessie 

Bagley Perkins H., clerk, r. 107 Fifth 

Bailie James L., policeman City Hall, r. 103 Leaven- 
worth 

Baker Alfred D., r. 732 Green 

Baker Charles E., shipping clerk Haas Bros., r. 1504 
Howard 

Balch Horace M., organ builder and musical instru- 
ment tuner and repairer, 41 Geary 

Ball Robert L., r. 742 Pine 

Banks William, engineer and machinist, r. 109 Fifth 

Barber Charles L., watchman Washington St. Wharf, 
r. 1124 Shotwell 

Barker Edward B., bartender, r. 727 Davis 

Barker Isaac, decorative art rooms, 14 O'Farrell 

Barrows Annie W. Miss, assistant South S. F. School, 
r. 109 Silver 

Borrows Lucy W., widow, r. 109 Silver 

Barry John, day foreman Pacific Carriage Co., r. 155 
Minna 

Barry Thomas, floorman City Cab and Carriage Co., 
r. 563 Howard 

Barry William J., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 609 
Post 

Bartlett Washington, attorney at law, 12 Montgomery, 
r. Florence House 

Baskerville S. J., r. 120 Seventh 

Bates Eugene J., cashier Crane & Brigham, r. 7283$ 
McAllister 

Bates George E., clerk Joseph Wolf, r. SW cor Vicks- 
burg and Jersey * 

Bates John S., r. SW cor Vicksburg aud Jersey 

Beale John O., r. Overland House 

Beardsley P. F., r. 118 Dupont 

Beck Adam, butcher, r. 1527 Ellis 



Beck Jacob, bricklayer, r. 1527 Ellis 

Bee Frank M., night inspector Custom House, r. 620 
Eddy 

Beirne Bedford C, conductor Sutter St. RR., r. 1408 
Pine 

Belden William, carpenter, r. 113$ Freelon, rear 

Bell Charles H., r. 3 Chatham PI 

Bell John, horse shoer City Cab and Carriage Co., r. 
174 Jessie 

Bell William M., seaman, r. 19 Lafayette 

Belting H., r. 31)4 Welsh 

Belting M., r. 31 % Welsh 

Bemmerer August (Kohnke & Bemmerer) r. Jackson, 
nr Leavenworth 

Bennerscheidt Bruno (Olsson & Bennerscheidt) r. 611 
Howard 

Beresford Matthew N., watchman, r. 310 Montgom- 
ery Av 

Bertsch Gottlieb, brewer, r. 1428 Broadway 

Besson Emile, clerk N. Ten Bosch & Co., r. 563H 
Minna 

Bianca August, cabinetmaker Gilbert & Moore, r. 1224 
Dupont 

Bigford Albert F. (Hand & Co.) r. 34 Ellis 

Birdsall Samuel T., attorney at law, 504 Kearny, r. 227 
Geary 

Black Alexander, clerk A. M. Simpson & Bro., r. 6 
South Park 

Blackburn Charles J., clerk, r. 1065 Howard 

Blackman F. H., r. NW cor Twenty-fourth and Val- 
encia 

Blackman Henry, city agent Firemans Fund Insur- 
ance Co., 401 California, r. 845 Mission 

Blackman J. Dyatt, teacher Lincoln Evening School, 
r. NW cor Twenty-fourth and Valencia 

Blackmore William, bartender Jones & Co., r. 34 Gol- 
den Gate Av 

Blass John C, newsdealer, r. 1007 Market 

Blumenthal Julius (Blumenthal & Koppel) r. 507 
Post 

Blumenthal & Koppel (Julius Blumenthal and 
Siegfried Koppel) California Collection Co., 526 
Kearny 

Blumer Luke C, machinist, r. 102 Mason 

Boardman Thomas, foreman Golden City Chemical 
Works, r. 511 Eighth 

Bockelmann George, paperhanger George W. Clark, r. 
6 Walnut Av 

Bockelmann John H., paperhanger George W. Clark, 
r. 6 Walnut Av 

Bogen Louis, bookkeeper, r. 116 Dupont 

Bole William, r. 641 Harrison 

Bolshaw William H., manager George F. Pearce, r. 
744 Howard 

Bolte William L. (Schammel, Reynolds & Co.) r. 602 
Lombard 

Bonney Charles S., cigars and tobacco, 5 Dupont, r. 
660 Howard 

Booth Charles W., student Pac. Business College, r. 
1145 Mission 

Booth Frederick, student Pac. Pac. Business College, 
r. 1145 Mission 

Borchers Theodore W., r. 425 Washington 

Botsford William, physician, office and r. 1001 Market 

Bourne Francis (Williams & Bourne) and dealer as- 
bestos material, 35 Merchants' Exchange, r. 612 
Clay 

Bowman Thomas, waiter, r. 617 Mission 

Boyer Andrew J., journalist, r. 312 Sixth 

Brach George, confectioner, r. 213 Geary 

Bradford William H., cigars aud tobacco, 229 Bush, r. 
197 Hyde 

BRADLEY BERNARD house 

and sign painter and whitener, 952 Mission, and 

1704 Fillmore, r. 1222 Eddy 
Brant Isaac B. L., attorney at law, 306 Pine, r. SW 

cor Van Ness Av and Geary 
Brechtel William F.,r. 321 Powell 
Breen Frank, cabinetmaker Terrence Duffy, r. 439 

Jessie 



BAY SOAP and CANDLE CO. L'd 



Office, 116 FRONT ST., Manufacturers of 
CANDLES of all kinds. Glycerine, Stearine, 
Oleln, Laundry and'Tullet SOAPS- 



(*C(\ D KNHWLES & SON S - E - « or - Mission and Main Sl»., bave fl 



FOB RET AIL hi the market. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, EEMOVALS, ETC. 



85 



Brennan James M., r. 2510 Post 

Brickell S., mechanic Cal. Electrical Works, r. 1023 

Green 
British Benevolent Society of California, 

John P. McCurrie secretary, rooms 531 California 

Brokaw Abram, harnessmaker City Cab and Carriage 
Co., r. 1832 Eddy 

Brooks Samuel H. (Clute & Brooks) r. 1420 California 

Browell Jerry Jr., r. 131 Chestnut 

Brown H. B.,instrumentmaker Cal. Electrical Works 

Brown John, salesman J. J. O'Brien &Co.,r. 313 Sixth 

Brown William, r. 2430 Mission 

Brown William W., farmer, r. 1035 Market 

Brownell Abner, r. 34 Golden Gate Av 

Bruner William H., physician, office and r. 703 Mar- 
ket 

Boell Charles L., r. 417 Filbert 

Bovee J. S., r. 2814 Laguna 

Bnchholtz Henry, r. 545 Stevenson 

Budd W. C, stockbroker, r. 2217 Webster 

Bngbee Joint S. , attorney at law, 502 Montgom- 
ery, r. 2010 Jackson 

Bujannoff Reinhold, manufacturing jeweler, and im- 
porter precious stones, 13 Trinity, r. 33 Kearny 

Banker Frederick R., mining secretary, 424 Montgom- 
ery, room 28, r. 38 Silver 

Bunker William M. (Stock Beport Publishing Co.) r. 
418 Post 

Burbank George D., r. 1813 Union 

Burke E., attorney at law, 402 Montgomery, room 2 

Burling- James W., secretary The Central Gas 
Co., 413 California 

Burn Ham James W, & Co. (James W. Burn- 
ham) importers carpets, furniture, upholstery 
goods and oil cloths, 618 Market, and 15-17 Post 

Burns James, driver City Cab and Carriage Co., r. 174 
Jessie 

Butte Basin Gravel Mining Co. (Amador Co., Cal.) R. 
Ellon secretary, 310 Pine, room 47 



Oadman Charles K., bookkeeper E. E. Cook, r. 1217 
Polk 

Sain James H. (McCormack & Cain) r. 18 Sanchez 

California Collection Co., Blumenthal & Kop- 
pel managers, 526 Kearny 

California Electric Light Co. (Brush) 119 O'Farrell 

California Oil Refining Co., John O. Klewisch, Wil- 
liam Unfug and Benjamin Goldmann proptrs, 935 
Montgomery Av 

California Oil Works, Haycock & Cotton proptrs, 
130 Main, office 202 Market, room 7 

California Vinegar Works, Schammel, Reynolds & Co. 
proptrs, 413-419 Chestnut, office 120 Front 

Cambernous Alexander, cooper, r. 1901 Dupont 

Cameron Hugh M., subscription books and apiarian 
supplies, NE cor Bush and Kearny 

Canipe Henry, groceries and liquors, NE cor Third 
and Verona PI, r. SW cor Howard and Twelfth 

3arr William (Carr & Co.) and commission merchant, 
323 Front, r. 715 Bush 

Darr dc Co. (William Carr) proptrs Pioneer Ware- 
house, SW cor Battery and Filbert 

Cassin P. J.& Co. (Patrick J.Cassin) wholesale liquor 
dealers and rectifiers, 433 Battery 

Castagnetto Pietro, groceries and liquors, SW cor Du- 
pont and Green 

Central California Land Office, Peterson & McGlinchy 
proptrs, 405 Kearny 

Central Pacific Lodging House, Mrs. Anna C. Stoeten 
proptr, 5 Market 

Chamberlain Benjamin W., bookkeeper Pac. Carriage 
Co., r. 20 Anna 

Chamberlain William, clerk K. Wertheimer, r. 156 
Third 

Chaquette Joseph, carpenter Robinson & Gillespie, 
339 Sutter 

Chassagne L»n (E. A. Jaujon & Co.) r. 1830 Powell 

Chateau Charles A., porcelain painter, 118 Poet 

Cheignon Addie, bakery, 814 Howard 

Cheignon Adolph, agent P. G. Sabities Smoking To- 
bacco, 814 Howard 

Choice John. r. 315 Geary 

Chrisinger Philip B., engineer George H. Tay & Co. r. 
1429 Taylor 

Chri6tensen E., drayman Wieland Bros., r. 1714 La- 
guna 

City Cab and Carriage Co., William P. Perkins man- 
ager, Leander Sawyer supt, office 180 Jessie, sta- 
bles 176-180 Jessie, and 184-186 Stevenson 



City Transit Co. (Robert L. Freeman and Henry C. 

Dodge) office 3 Post 
Clack William (William Clack & Co.) r. 230 Linden Av 
Clark William, r. 1225% Union 
Cleaves Cyrus, carpenter Quartermaster's Dept U. S. 

A., r. 515 Valencia 
Clement K. P. & H. N., attorneys at law, 424 

Montgomery 
Clerc Raoul (N. Ten Basch & Co.) r. 506 Powell 
Clifford Edward, driver George Werner, r. N 8 Union, 

bet Octavia and Laguna 
Clifford John (Sullivan & Clifford) r. 18 Fifth 
Clunie Thomas J. (Clunie & Knight) r. Oakland 
Clnnie & Knight (Thomas J. Clunie and George 

A. Knight) attorneys at law, 410 Kearny 
Clute Francis W. (Clute & Brooks) r. 1626 Sacramento 
Clute & Brooks (Francis W. Clute and Samuel H. 

Brooks) stockbrokers, 242 Montgomery 
Coates George K., clerk Bullock & Jones, r. 1512 Bush 
Coates William W., messenger S. F. Stock and Ex- 
change Board, r. 1512 Bush 
Cobb Charles T., mining, r. 1018 Howard 
CochraneEdwin O., dentist, office 850 Market, r. 410 

Eddy 
Coffin George W. , commander U. S. Navy, in- 
spector Twelfth District Light House Dept, 120 
Sutter, r. Oakland 
Coggeshall Josiah H., druggist, r. 2314 Washington 
Cogswell James L., dentist, office NE cor Kearnv and 

Bush 
Cohen Joseph, salesman Kohlberg & Co., r. 476 Jessie 
Cole Charles D, (Charles D. Cole & Co.) r. 424 Geary 
Cole Charles D. & Co. (Charles D. Cole and Matthew 
G. Kennedy) real estate and mining agents, 304 
Montgomery 
Collins Daniel W., machinist Mark Sheldon, r. 836 

Mission 
Conant George B., milk dealer, r. 1706 Larkin 
Concannon Thomas, laborer, r. 52 Stevenson 
Conroy Henry, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co's Bank, r.1800 

Laguna 
Consul Mexico, J, Carlos Mejia, 215 Sansome 
Consul United States of Venezuela, Fran- 
cisco Herrera, 312 California 
Coon David (Coon & Webber) r. Wadsworth House 
Coon & Webber (David Coon and Ernest C. Webber) 

proptrs Wadsworth House, 225 Bush 
Corrigan William, r. 254 Jessie 
Cotton Daniel E. (Haycock & Cotton) r. 1013 Pierce 
Cowie William H., bookkeeper H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 

1209 Mission 
Coyne Dominick, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

1018 Army 
Craig A ndrew, attorney at law, 424 Montgomery, 

r. 212 Twelfth 
Craig Hugh, general agent New Zealand Fire and 
Marine Insurance Co., and agent New Zealand 
Loan and Mercantile Agency (limited) 412 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1126 Myrtle, Oakland 
Creighton James, carriagewasher City Cab and Carri- 
age Co., r. 174 Jessie 
Cresswell John, freight clerk, r. 504 Third 
Cresswell Leslie, laborer freight dept C. P. RR., r. 504 

Third 
Crosby G. S., carpenter, r. 413 Minna 
Crosett A. A. & Co., gents' furnishing goods, 110 

Kearny 
Crowley Paul J., traveling agent William T. Coleman 

& Co., r. 1903 Stockton 
Culbert William C, teamster, r. 914 Harrison 
Cullen Daniel J. .plumbers' helper melter and refiners' 

dept U. S. Mint, r. 611 Turk 
Curtin Edward H., conductor Omnibus RR., r. 228 

Minna 
Cutler Alfred D., supt Cutting Packing Co., r. 804 

Jones 
Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.) r. 1818 
Steiner 

Daigneau Edward, fireman Palace Hotel, r.525% Sixth 

Daigneau Oliver, fireman Centennial Planing Mill, r. 
525 M Sixth 

Daingerfiehi William R. , attorney at law and 
court commissioner Superior Court, office 324 
Pine, r. 1225 Geary 

Danforth Edward P. (Danforth, Moore & Co.) r. 1200 
Mason 

Danforth Edwin, proptr Broadway U. S. Bonded Ware- 
house, 723 Battery, and (Bode & Danforth) r. 1200 
Mason 



3E0. W. CLARK 



49 MARKET, west ot Palace Hotel, wholesale and retail dealer In 
D . DtD UAkinainc «">d Manufacturer of all kinds of Window Shade* 
"ArtK HANblNbS, u nd dealer In all klmls of SHADE MATERIALS. 



iiiii/M/l rv ODICDC S UAVCC FlTI/roN IBON WOKKS, SIS Fremont St., 
HINUKLLT. OrltnO « llMItO, Manufactnrers of QUARTZ MILLS and Mining Machinery. 



86 



SAN FKANCISCO DIKECTOKY. 



Dan tor tli, Moore & Co. (Edward P. Danforth 

and Charles J. Moore) manufacturers and dealers 

sole, harness and grained leather, Soquel, Santa 

Cruz Co., office 8 New Montgomery 
Danielewicz Samuel, editor Our Chosen Friend, office 

511 Sansome, r. SE cor Hayes and Fillmore 
Banks John W., secretary State Board Bank Commis- 
sioners, 202 Sansome, r. 1228 Mission 
Darrow William, secretary Pacific Real Estate and 

Mining Bureau. 411% California, r. Jamestown, 

California 
Davidson George, clerk O. Livermore, r. 219 Eddy 
Davies David, master mariner, r. 32 Garden 
Dayton A. r. 806 Stockton 
Decker William, salesman Cal. Cracker Co., r. 13 

Second Av 
Deering Michael, civil engineer S. P. B. E., NE cor 

Fourth and Townsend, room 62, r. 22 South Park 
De Estrado Ygnacia M., r. 10 Lafayette PI, rear 
De Freye Bruno C, physician, office and r. 1114 Stock 
De La Montanya Hudson, merchant, r. 894 Sutter 
DePue Frank H., manager Navy Soap Co., office 310 

Post 
Devers Arthur H. (Deavers, Koehncke & Co.) r. 1708 

Fillmore 
Devers, Koehncke & Co. (Arthur H. Devers, Christian 

Koehncke and George W. Allen) importers and 

mnfrs coffees, teas, spices and baker's sundries, 

30-32 Fremont 
De Voy William J. K., candy maker William G.C. Pitt 

& Co., r. 33 Oak Grove Av 
Dewar Peter, conductor N. B. and M. K. B., r. 240 

Perry 
Dickinson William L., capitalist, r. 1010 Clay 
Dietz A. C. & Co. (Alfred C. Dietz) importers and 

wholesale dealers paints, oils, glass, varnishes 

and lamps, 7-9 Front 
Dillon John Mrs . ,widow, real estate, r . 501Van Ness Av 
Dixon M. A. Mrs., r. 940 Howard 
Doane Samuel B., clerk auditor M. P. and M. dept 

C. P. R. R., r. 507 % Hyde 
Dober Charles, electro plater Cal. Electrical Works, r. 

763 Howard 
Donovan Jeremiah, mnfr kid, pebble, goat and mo- 
rocco leather, Brannan PI, bet Sixth and Seventh, 

r. 408 Shipley 
Donovan John J., silversmith F. Kroger & Co.,r. 10% 

Harriet 
Dostal Mary Miss, hair dresser and dealer human 

hair, 137 Sixth 
Dougherty Cecilia Mrs., laundress John E.Dougherty, 

r. 815 Harrison 
Dougherty John E., proper Mechanics' Laundry, 

815 Harrison 
Dowe Arthur W., photographer, 1025 Market, r. 1216 

Mission 
Dowling Evede Miss, artist, 73 St. Anns Building 
Down Samuel, carpenter, r. 313 Fremont 
Downs James, liquor saloon, 515 Clay, r. Branch 

House 
Du Bois Pierre C, miner, r. 2019 Broadway 
Duffy Terence, mnfr rustic work, 942 Geary 
Durand Augus J., merchandise broker, 410 Clay, r. SE 

cor Filbert and Mason 
Durden Henry 8., mnfg chemist, r. 1403 Scott 



Easton George (Jacobs & Easton) r. 2233 Howard 
Eckstein Alfred B.,proptr Eureka Fireworks Factory, 

office 10 Front, r. 230 Kearny 
Eckstein Cassius W., policeman City Hall.r. 211 Nine- 
teenth 
Edgar Alfred A., policeman City Hall, r. 20 Russ 
Edgerly Cecile Mrs., hairdresser and human hair, 330 

Sutter, room 6 
Edgerly Henry C., clerk Dr. Augustus J. Bowie, r. 330 

Sutter 
Edinger Achille, dyer, 114 Hayes 
Edwards Ellis, mining secretary, 330 Pine, room 17, 

r. 126 Fifth 
Edwards Joseph A., painter, r. 21% West Mission 
Ehrhard Leo, helper Philipp, Hesthal & Co., r. 264 

Third 
Eisenlatner Hermann, carrier The Guide, r. 507 Hyde 
Elias Edward, agent, r. 2624 Sacramento 
Ennis William H., deputy Assessor, r. 1212 Bush 
Eureka Fireworks Factory. Alfred B. Eckstein proptr, 

Thirteenth Av, nr M, South S. F., office 10 Front 
Eyre Manuel (Eyre & Frank) and secretary Mechanics' 

Foundry, office 31 Montgomery, r. Napa, Cal. 



Eyre & Frank (M. Eyre and George W. Frank) 
attorneys at law, 131 Montgomery 



Farrington Joseph W., mining, r. 1028 Vallejo 

Farish Thomas £., mining, r. 824 Ellis 

Fanners' Steamship Co., D. J. Meherin presi- 
dent and treasurer ,W. S. Tuttle vice-president, M. 
Warde secretary, 525 Front 

Fat.jo Joaquin J., importer Spanish corks and 
cork wood, 501-503 Washington, r. 929 Jackson 

Fehr Carl, woodcarver, r. 450% Natoma 

Feinberg & Winter (Moses S. Feinberg and Ben. G. 
Winter) commission merchants, 205 Front 

Feuillan John (F. Thomas & Co.) r. 27 Tenth 

Fintzelberg Theodore, clerk John Schrader, r. 2019 
Mason 

Fisher Herman C, scroll sawyer, r. 418 Brannan 

Flaglor Amasa P., photographer I, W. Taber & Co., r. 
651 Harrison 

Flaherty Fletcher A., conductor Clay St. Hill RR., r. 
313 Eddy 

Foley W. I., attorney at law, 522 Kearny, r. 124 Fulton 

Follis Patrick W., expressman, r. 1324 Market 

Fopiano Frank, groceries and liquors, E a Mission, nr 
Twenty-ninth 

Forbes John, stevedore, r. 563 Mission 

Foster Charles, machinist, r. 1626 Broadway 

Franetta John (John Franetta & Co.) and liquor sa- 
loon, 33 Post, r. SE cor Clay and Gough 

Franetta John & Co. (John Franetta) manufac- 
turers cigarettes and cut tobacco, and importers 
Turkish tobacco, 419 Battery 

Frankel Lesser B., stockbroker, r. 834 O'Farrell 

FUNKE EMILIE MRS. DR., 

home for ladies in confinement, 1630 Howard 
Fyfe Robert, bookkeeper A. J. Leary, r. Oakland 



Gaffney Philip N., r. 229 Sixth 

Galbreath William, machinehand Eugene Soule, r. 120 
Welsh 

Garniss James R, , insurance agent, 406 Califor- 
nia, r. 1224 Pine 

Gassaway Frank H., journalist, r. Arlington House 

Gassmaii Joseph (Gassman & Gillin) r. 332 Green 

Gassman & Gillin (Joseph Gassman and John Gil- 
lin) books and stationery, 612 Montgomery 

Geigerman Solomon (William G. C. Pitt & Co.) r. 717 
Polk 

Genee Ottilie lime., manager German Theatre, r. 407 
O'Farrell 

Gibbon William, saddler, r. 1334 Pacific 

Gillin John (Gassman & Gillin) r. 1024 Montgomery 

Goethals Charles L. (Goethals & Wenes) r. 1103 
Stockton 

Goethals & Wenes (Charles L. Goethals and Victor 
Wenes) machinists and dealers sewing machines, 
1103 Stockton 

Goetz August, painter, r. 310 Mason 

Goggin David (Goggin & Sheehy) r. S s California Av, 
nr Figaro, B. H, 

Goggin & Sheehy (David Goggin and Edward Sheehy) 
wholesale liquor dealers, cor Jackson and Front, 
and 20 Sixth 

Goldman Bernard, hairworker, 350 Sutter 

Goldman Emanuel J., importers and jobbers' agent, 
331 Kearny, room 14, r. 335 O'Farrell 

Goldmann Benjamin (Cal. Oil Refining Co.) r. 905 
Montgomery Av 

Goltermann H., druggists' sundries, 120 Sutter, r. 
729 California 

Goodfellow & Perry (William S. Goodfellow and 
Henry Perry) attorneys at law, 531 California 

Goodwin Albert T., policeman City Hall, r. 508 Fell 

Gorom Nelson, observer U. S. Signal Serjice, 43 Mer- 
chants' Exchange, r. 706% Pine * 

Gould Charles W., butcher, SW cor Jackson and Web- 
ster 

Gould Frank, machinist, r. SW cor Jackson and Web- 
ster 

Graham James D., foreman Weston Box Factory, r. 
313 Fremont 

Gram N. T., cabinetmaker, r. 761 Howard 

Grandi Marietta Mrs., midwife, r. 504 Union 

Graves John L., salesman Noriega Brothers, r. 750 
Howard 

Greeny 1 P. J., r. 34 Golden Gate Av 

Green Frederick, clerk, r. 34 Golden Gate Av 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY EDDY »J 



West of Fillmore Street 

OFFICE, 33 GEARY SBT. 



Jm APrmiunilPU uiporter of and dealer in coal, and pig iron, 
. [YIAuUUNUUun, 41 Market Street, corner Spear. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



87 



Green H. D., mining superintendent, 405 Post 
Greenlaw Mayo, bookkeeper, r. 34 Golden Gate Av 
Griffin Warren, shoecutter Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 512 Larkin 
Griffiths G. W. Mrs., r. 28 McAllister 
Griffiths Howard, r. 242 Taylor 
Grimmer Charles A., clerk literary department A. L. 

Bancroft & Co., r. 408 Sixth 
Grimmer William, waiter, r. 408 Sixth 
Guillen Stanislaus, bootblack, r. 125 Pacific- 



Hacker Bernard, wholesale and retail confectionery, 
128 Third, and 325 Kearny 

Hahn Eugene, bookkeeper, r. SE cor Filbert and Ma- 
son 

Hahn Gaston L., bookkeeper James J. E. Hawkins, r. 
SE cor Filbert and Mason 

Hahn John, real estate agent, 415 California, r. SE cor 
Filbert and Mason 

Haley Charles C, clerk, r. 7 Roach 

Hall Frederick, attorney at law, 302 Montgomery, r. 
Grand Hotel 

Ham Charles H., principal evening schools, r. 702 
McAllister 

Hand George (Hand & Co.) r. 137 Third 

Hand & Co. (George Hand and Albert F. Bigford) car- 
penters and builders. 40 Ellis • 

Hanly John, candymaker Richard H. Pitt, r. 456 Stev 

Harders Timothy F., teamster Kauffman Strauss, r. 
517 Linden Av 

Hardwig Bernard, cellarman Lebenbaum & Goldberg, 
r. 520 O'Farrell 

Harkins James, workman Mechanics' Laundry, r. 815 
Harrison 

Harney James W., machinist Neville & Co., r. 1018 
Howard 

Hartwig George W., porter Getz Brothers & Co., r. 917 
Filbert 

Hatch James G., clerk, r. 47 Second 

Heineman Harry S. (Thaten & Heineman) r. 1213 
Bush, rear 

Heinrich Robert, drafts-man Pacific Rolling Mills, r. 
2613 Sacramento 

Heitmann Charles C, miller Yolo Mills, r. NE cor 
Twenty-sixth and Shotwell 

Henn Julius, bartender, r. 774 Folsom 

Hermansen Herman (Hermansen, Jorgensen & Co.) 
r. 523 Pine 

Hermansen, Jorgensen & Co. (Herman Hermansen 
and Hans P. Jorgensen) restaurant, Summer, bet 
Kearny and Spring 

Hertz Herman, hide and leather dealer, 106 Commer- 
cial, r. 1227 Mission 

Hertz Louis, butcher L. & J. Hertz, r. 1227 Mission 

Hiester Amos C. (Stock Report Publishing Co.) r. 830 
Post 

Hiester Elwood C, compositor Daily Report, r. 830 
Post 

Hiester Ida M. Miss, assistant Haight Primary School, 
r. 830 Post 

Hiester John H., assistant foreman Daily Report, r. 
830 Post 

Highton Edward, accountant, r. 152 Silver 

Hobe George O., bookkeeper Phcenix Iron Works, r. 
1633 Hyde 

Hodgkins William L., r. 1331 Ellis 

Hogan Dennis, bartender Walterstein & Sternberg, r. 
334 Bush 

Hogan Frederick W., hackman, r. 324 Beale 

Hollingsworth Edmund V., clerk American Tea Co., r. 
140 Sixth 

Horabin Thomas (White & Horabin) r. 1003 Powell 

Houston W. J. Si Co. (William J. Houston and 
William F. Perry) merchandise brokers and com- 
mission merchants, 215-217 California 

Hughes H. Si Co. (H. Hughes and F. I. Kendall) 
merchandise brokers, 218 California, room 6 

Hasted Frederick M., attorney at law, 424 Montgom- 
ery, r. Berkeley 

Hutchinson William H. (Ross & Hutchinson) r. 926 
Mission 

Hyslop John, clerk Merchants' Exchange, r. 219 Eddy 

Irelan George W., upholsterer, 136 Fourth, r. 628 
Shotwell 

Jackson Si Truman (Byron Jackson and I. J. 
Truman) proprietors Price Press Co., 625-631 
Sixth 



Jacobs I. F., carpenter, 114 Montgomery Av 

Jacoby Louis, agent Providence Washington In- 
surance Co. of Providence, office 439 California, r. 
912 McAllister 

James Frank W., letter carrier Post Office, r. 6 Wal- 
nut Av 

Jaquay Birdie Miss, musician, r. 34 Golden Gate Av 

Jarrett Isaac E., attorney at law, 214 Sansome, room 
30, r. 1502 Mason 

Jastram Fritz, bartender Louis Meyer, r. 1105 Leav 

Jeffcott Joseph, agent. 702 Market, r. 229 Second 

Johnson Francis, clerk, r. 1028 Vallejo 

Johnston William, telegraph operator, r. 1110 Fill- 
more 

Jones Charles A. (McAlester, Jones & Co.) r. 817 
Grove 

Jones Cyrus W., bookkeeper Spruance, Stanley & Co., 
r. 1208 Jackson 

Jorgensen Hans P. (Hermansen, Jorgensen & Co.) r. 
34 Austin 

Jurgensen Carl, cabinetmaker, r. 17 Laskie 



Kalloch Isaac M., clerk Mayor of San Francisco, r. 
Castro, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Kallocli Isaac S. Rev., Mayor of San Francisco, 
office new City Hall, first floor, pastor Metropoli- 
tan Temple, office NE cor Fifth and Jessie, r. 
Castro, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Keefe Daniel J., foreman Charles W. Gordon, r. 6583<i 
Minna 

Keeney James W. , assistant surgeon U. S. A., 
office and r. 22 Montgomery 

Kennedy Frank, attorney at law, 523 Kearny, r. 
202 Franklin 

Kennedy Matthew G. (Charles D. Cole & Co.) r. 1507 
Folsom 

Killip & Co. (J. N. Killip, C. M. Chase and S. B. 
Whitehead) live stock and general auctioneers, 
NE cor Sutter and Kearny 

Kimball George P., carriagemaker, r. 415 Franklin 

Kinne H. C, principal Harrison bt. Ungraded School, 
r. 17 Fourth 

Kirkham J. L., proptr San Leandro and S. F. Express, 
117 Market, r. San Leandro 

Klipstein Ernest W., bookkeeper, r. 113 Stockton 

Klipstein M. Mrs., physician, office and r.113 Stockton 

Klipstein Mary Miss, hairworker, r. 113 Stockton 

Klipstein Minnie Miss, saleslady J. J. O'Brien & Co., 
r. 113 Stockton 

Knight George A. (Clunie& Knight) r. Grand Hotel 

Knott,Joseph, capitalist, r. 1124 Shotwell 

Knox Patrick, shoemaker, r. 417 Bush 

Koppel Siegfried (Blumenthal & Koppel) r. 507 Post 

Korner George, bartender J. G. Wittmeier, r. 532 
• Montgomery Av 

Kosche Rudolph, boots and shoes, 16 Sixth and the- 
atrical hairdresser, 118 % Post, r. 431 Stevenson 



Lambert Emil F., clerk American Importing Tea Co., 

r. 140 Sixth 
Landers Joshua N., painter, r. 204 Sixteenth 
Landers Richard, policeman City Hall, r. 745 Folsom 
Latham Daniel H., bookkeeper P. M. S3. Co., r. 926 

Mission 
Lean William P., policeman City Hall, r. 729 Cal 
Lee Roswell, r. 21 Ellis 
Lewis Mary Ann Mrs., r. 318 3$ Fulton 
Lewis Robert E., finisher Cal. Furniture Mnfg Co., r. 

318 }£ Fulton 
Lieker Frank, ninfr cigars, 1114 Pacific 
Lieker Otto H., cigars and tobacco, 539 Clay, r. 1114 

Pacific 
Longley George W., painter, 423 Pine 
Lord Franklin F., physician, office 230 Kearny, r. 704 

Bush 
Love Burr, cigarmaker, 1034 Market 
Love James H., r. 1512 Bush 
Lowenthal Hyam Rev., teacher languages, r. 623 

O'Farrell 
Lucas John G., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. 1231 

Turk 
Lucas John S., instrumentmaker Cal. Electrical 

Works, r. 14)4 Moss 
Lucky William S., bookkeeper, r. 1501 Jones 
Lustig Henry L. A., cigars and tobacco, 19 Pacific 

MacMillan Robert, solicitor Cal. Insurance Co., 318 
California 



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Mancusi G. , teacher vocal art, office and r. 502 
Sutter 

Maun Alexander, cigar mnfr, 419 Sansome, r. 1825 
Pine 

Marqnardsen E. H. J. , furniture and upholster- 
ing, 151-157 Sixteenth 

Martin George (Munra & Martin) r. 711 Sanchez, nr 
Twenty-second 

Martinez Fernandez, teacher languages, r. 1718 Mason 

Martinon Augustus, commission merchant, real 
estate and general agent, 511 Montgomery, third 
floor 

Mayer Dawson (Dawson Mayer & Co.) r. 837 McAl- 
lister 

Mayer Dawson & Co, (Dawson Mayer and Simon 
J. Messing) embroideries, laces and fancy goods, 
120 Sutter 

Mayer Rudolf , shirt manufacturer, 112 Ninth 

McAlester, Jones «fc Co. (William F. McAlester, 
Charles A. Jones and Luther Rodgers) real estate 
agents and house brokers, 422 Montgomery 

McAlester William F. (McAlester, Jones & Co.) r. San 
Rafael 

McBain John, carpenter, r. 216 Seventh 

McCormack John (McCormack & Cain) r. 18 Sanchez 

McCormack & Cain (John McCormack and James H. 
Cain) flour and grain brokers, 220 Clay 

McCormick John F., plumbing and gasfitting, 4 Mills 
PI, r. 776 Howard 

McCrone David B., merchant, r. 235 Fifth 

McDonald A. H., assistant Lincoln evening school, r. 
702 McAllister 

McDonald James, harnessman C. L. Wall, r. 145 Ship- 
ley 

McDonald James Jr., foreman C. L.Wall, r. 145 Ship- 
ley 

McElroy James R., r. SW cor Haight and Buchanan 

McElroy Robert, real estate agent, 519 Montgomery, 
r. SW cor Haight and Buchanan 

McElroy Robert D., clerk Robert McElroy, r. SW cor 
Haight and Buchanan 

McFarran Isaac, real estate agent, SW cor Kearny and 
Bush 

McNamee James J., bookkeeper Lebenbaum & Gold- 
berg, r. 1218 Mission 

McNutt Henry H., conductor N. B. and M. RR., r. 872 
Mission 

Meins Wilhelm, r. 255 Third 

Mejia J. Carlos, Consul Mexico, 215 Sansome, r. 
Palace Hotel 

Messing Simon J. (Dawson Mayer & Co.) r. 630 Eddy 

Meyer Brothers & Co. (Peter and Louis) whole- 
sale grocers, 412 Front 

Miley Annette D. Miss, assistant South Cosmopolitan 
Grammar School, r. 1712 Polk 

Miley Emma L. Mrs., r. 1712 Polk 

Mitchell James, coal miner, r. 417 % Tehama 

Moebius George H., gardener S.M. Wilson, r. 509 Stock 

Moore James J., plasterer, r. 417 First 

Moore John E., clerk Code, Elfelt & Co., r. 417 First 

Moore Michael, heeler Levy, Diamant & Co., r. 417 
First 

Moreno Frank, instrumentmaker Cal. Electrical Works 

Morey Warren W., r. 527 Shotwell 

Mothersole George F., assistant editor Journal of 
Commerce, r. 1102 Taylor 

Miiller Adolph, supt American, Fur and Seal Skin 
Coloring Co.. office 310 Pine, r. 1506 Pacific Av 

Murphy James H., liquor saloon, 40 McAllister, r. 
1028)4 Folsom 

Murphy Richard, polisher Cal. Electrical Works 

Nelson Charles, tailor, r. 861 Market 

Nordmann Leon, traveling salesman Dinkelspiel & 

Nordmann, r. 908 Buchanan 
North Adriel E., clerk, r. 420 Second 

O'Connor Richard, proptr Miners' Home Hotel, 261 

O'Connor J. B. & Co. (John B. O'Connor) 

books, stationery, etc., 23 Dupont 
O'Connor John B. i J. B. O'Connor & Co.) r. 218 Stock 
O'Neil John, lineman Cal Electrical Works 
Oakley A. R., r. 727 Folsom 
Ortion Auguste, diamond setter, 110 Sutter, r. 1316 

Pacific 

Patterson Robert H. , teamster, r. 1111 Golden Gate Av 
Payot Leonce L., salesman Payot, Upham & Co.,r. 920 
Ellis 



Peace Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 412 Larkin 

Pease G. W., instrument maker Cal Electrical Works, 

r. 815 Lombard 
Perini & Ferini (Gotardo Perinl and Bartolomeo 

Ferini) restaurant, 207 Post 
Petersen & McGlinchey (Christian M. Petersen and 

M. McGlinchey) proptrs Central California Land 

Office, 405 Kearny 
PferdnerPaul (Pferdner & Co.) r.NW cor Jackson and 

Octavia 
Pierce G. L.., mechan' cal and hydraulic engineer, 

528 California, r. Oakland 
Podd William H., stone cutter, r. 1818 % Hyde 
Prenveille Eugene, painter, r. 432 Bush 
Prescott Insurance Co. of Boston, Louis Jacoby 

agent, 439 California 
Price Press Co., Jackson & Truman proptrs,625-631 

Sixth 
Prince Thomas, real estate, r. 630 Minna 
Providence Washington Insurance Co., 

(fire) of Providence, Louis Jacoby agent, 439 Cal 

Ramsin Francois, farmer, r. 11 Lynch 

Ranken H. & Co., (Herman Ranken and Herman 

Stelljes) liquor saloon, SW cor Howard and 

Fourth 
Ranken Herman (H. Ranken & Co.) and liquor saloon, 

SE cor MarKet and Seventh, r. 1058 Howard 
Raschke Gustave, r. cor Twenty-sixth and Folsom 
Regan J. R., electrician Cal. Electrical Works, r. 9 St. 

Mary 
Requa Austin, clerk, r. 2014 Pierce 
Requa Austin Mrs., r. 2014 Pierce 
Riley John H.W., official reporter Superior Court 

Dept No. 1, 1 Montgomery Block, r. 1717 Gough 
Rochholz Henry S., assistant bookkeeper William T. 

Coleman & Co.,r. 118 Ellis 
Rodgers Luther (McAlester, Jones & Co.) r. 418 Sutter 
Romaine N. T., manager estate I. S. Van Winkle, 413- 

415 Market, r. San Rafael 
Rood H. A. Mrs., widow, r. 28 McAllister 
Rosenberg Abraham, jeweler, r. 1217 Geary 
Ross John, captain stmr Ferndale, r. 128 Eighth 
Russin David, coffee roaster, r. 5 Gaven 

Schneider Frederick G., hardware and locksmith, 512 
Hayes 

Sharp Frank B., clerk warehouse dept Custom House, 
r. 419 Geary 

Shaughnessy John H., bricklayer, r. 1622 West Mission 

Shaughnessy Michael F.D., clerk, r. 1622 West Mission 

Sherman Edwin A., surveyor, office Chronicle Bldg, r. 
809 Mason 

Smith Mowry W.,real estate, office 40 Nevada Block, r. 
703 Market 

Stone Rockwell, importer and manufacturer sad- 
dlery and leather, and dealer saddlery hardware, 
422 Battery 

Storch J. B., mining engineer, r. 2 Little Webster 

Storch Julia, paper folder A. J. Leary, r. 2 Little 
Webster , 

Sullivan Daniel T., attorney at law, 606 Mont- 
gomery, r. Alameda 

THOMPSON I. D. & SON 

(Ira D. and J. W. ) manufacturers flav- 
oring extracts, etc. , and proptrs ' ' The 
Governor" for rheumatism, 4l4 Front 

Tinoco Jose M., consul Salvador, office 506 Battery, 

r. 810 Jackson 
Twyford Alfred, laborer Humboldt Warehouse, r. 528 

Natoma 

Vignier & Simmonds (Ami Vignier and George 
Simmonds) wholesale liquor dealers, and depot 
Nabob Whisky, 429-431 Battery 

Wagner & Co. (Charles M. Wagner) mnfrs meer- 
chaum pipes and dealers cigars and tobacco, 315 
Kearny 

Willard Emory L., physician, office 326 Pine, r. 107 
Tehama 

Winter Benjamin G. (Feinberg & Winter) r. 731 Six- 
teenth 

Wright Selden S., attorney at law, 606 Montgomery, r. 
817 Lombard 

Wiight Stuart S., attorney at law, 606 Montgomery, r, 
817 Lombard 



BAY SOAP and CANDLE CO. L'd 



Manufacturers EXTRA FAMILY SOAPS 

OEEI3V and TOILET SOAPS. 
Office, 116 Front St., Factory, South San Fr*sco 



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FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 1881. . 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 



Assn „AsBociation 

Av Avenue 

Bldg Building , 

bet between 

cor corner 

dept department 

E East 

mnfr manufacturer i 

N North : 

nr near I 

opp _ ..opposite 



PI Place 

proptr proprietor 

r. ..resides, or residence 

RR Railroad 

Rev Reverend 

S South 

s „ side 

S. F. F. D....S. F. Fire Dept 

SS Steamship 

supt superintendent 

W West 



STREETS 

Bdwy Broadway 

Bran Brannan 

Cal California 

Clem Clementina 

Com Commercial 

Fol Folsom 

Rear Kearny 

Leav Leavenworth 

Leid Leidesdorff 



Lomb Lombard 

Merch Merchant 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac Pacific 

Sac Sacramento 

San Sansome 

Sec Second 

Steu Steuart 

Stev Stevenson 

Stook Stockton 

Wash Washington 



A A House, Lew Rattler proptr, 308 Kearny 
Aager John, porter Niagara House, r. 724 Mission 
Aaron Aaron, salesman S. Bine, r. 1307 Gough 
Aaron David, embroidery stamp mnfr, 133 Sixth, r. 

34 Harriet 
Aaron Emil, cigarmaker, r. 513 Stevenson 
Aaron Harris, merchant, r. 659 Natoma 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 532 Third, r. 253 Perry 
Aaron Leopold, painter, r. 14 H Harriet 
Aaron Lewis, clerk, r. 616 Eddy 
Aaron Mary Mrs., pleating and stamping, 133 Sixth, r. 

34 Harriet 
Aaron Simon, bookkeeper Samuel Bauer, r. 1307 Gough 
Aaron. See Aron 

Aaronberg Theodore, salesman S. Bine, r. 316 Sutter 
Aaronson J., cigarmaker, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Aaronson. See Aronsohn and Aronson 
Abadie Felice Mme., dressmaker, 1934 Fillmore 
Abadie Joseph, baker John Bordenave, r. San Gottardo 

Hotel 
Abadie Mary Mrs., midwife, r. 638 Vallejo 
Abart John, seaman, r. 415 East 
Abbes Frank, painter, r. 1303 Leavenworth 
Abbey Mary Miss, r. 837 Broadway 
Abbiati Albino, proptr Belvedere House, 1108 Stock 
Abbiati Caesar, bartender Belvedere House, 1108 Stock 
Abbot Downing Co., T. S. Eastman agent, 40-46 

New Montgomery 
Abbot George (E. Grisar & Co.) r. 2012 Pacific Av 
Abbotsford House, Michael Brogan proptr, NW cor 

Broadway and Larkin 

Abbott . r. Lindell House 

Abbott Annie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1551 Market 
Abbott Charles H., wool dealer, NW cor Fifth and 

Bluxome, r. 215 Post 
Abbott Charles M., bookkeeper Newton Bros. & Co., 

r. 920 Bush 
Abbott David C, collector Mission St. Wharf, r. 116 

Eleventh 
Abbott Edward, stenographer, r. 205 Turk 



Abbott Frank, cook, r. 344 Tehama 

Abbott Frank H., compositor B. F. Sterett, r. 824 

Mission 
Abbott George H., clerk Newton Bros.&Co., r. 920 Bush 
Abbott George W., clerk, r. 221 Capp 
Abbott Henry, broker, r. Russ Honse 
Abbott H. W., r. 547 Mission 
Abbott I. C, seaman, r. 104 Mission 
Abbott J„ r. 1314 Polk 
Abbott John, cook, r. 261 Minna 
Abbott John M„ r. 920 Bush 
Abbott Margaret, widow, groceries and liquors, 520 

Fourth 
Abbott Mary E. Miss, hosiery dept Mission Woolen 

Mills, r. 221 Capp 
Abbott Moses A. boatman Custom House, r. Oakland 
Abbott Osborn (Bousfield & Abbott) r. 422 Van Ness Av 
Abbott Robert W., clerk James Muu6ell Jr., r. 1551 

Market 
Abbott Samuel 8., mechanic Woodward'6 Gardens, r. 

8 Erie 
Abbott Thomas, r. 1923 Taylor 
Abbott Thomas G., cleaner Charles J. Holmes, r. 1510 

Sanchez 
Abbott W. Mrs., r. 205 Turk 

Abbott William, bookkeeper Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, r. 811 H Golden Gate Av 
Abbott William, steamboatman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Abbott William D. F.,with M. E. Albaugh, r. 1124 

Sacramento 
Abbott. See Abbot 
Abeille Marius, Cosmopolitan Culinary Society, 625 

California 
Abel E., proptr Odeon, 105 Dupont, r. 33 Stockton 
Abel George A., shipping clerk Elisha Ransom & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Abel H. Christian, hassockmaker, r. 18 Oak Grove Av 
Abel Louis, auctioneer, r. 1305 Larkin 
Abel Martin, carpenter, r. 359 H Eleventh 
Abel Bichard, seaman, r. 318 Ritch 
Abell Alexander G., grand secretary Grand 

Lodge F. and A. M., Masonic Temple, r. 1027 

Washington 



GEO. W. CLARK 



645 MARKET STREET, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 

Paper Hangings and Shade Material, Hontetmrof Window Shades 



tiifci/M/l l-V ODICDO S M»VFC FUWON IBOJf WORKS, 813 Fremont St., 
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Abell Edward A., dep County Clerk, old City Hall, r. 

1027 Washington 
Abell H., with Alaska Commercial Co., r. 1201 Hyde 
Abell Walter S., mining engineer, r. 1027 Wash 
Abell William H., sailmaker E. Detrick & Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Abels Charles, painter, r. 919 34 Howard 
Abels Hermann, cabinet maker August Jungblut & 

Co., r. 464 Minna, rear 
Abels Solomon E., attorney at law, 605 Clay, r. 

1107 Filbert 
Abend Post (German daily and weekly) S. F. Abend 
Post Publishing Co., publishers and proptrs, 535 
California 
Abendroth F. A., merchant tailor, 2513 J^ Mission 
Abenheimer Julius, comrninsion merchant and im- 
porter French calf skins, etc., 20 Sansome, r. 212 
Sutter 
Aber William E., bookkeeper Albert Washburn, r. 541 

Fourth 
Aberall William T., liquor saloon, 5 Broadway 
Abernethy Alexander F., driver A. G. Roden, r. 1715 

Sacramento 
Abernicht Louis, machinist, r. 209 Minna 
Abert Charles, baker, r. International Hotel 
Abley Fritz, cook Hemme & Eeuter, r. 25034 Jessie 
Abraham Abraham, clerk P. Abraham & Son, r. 9 

Seventh 
Abraham Abraham, clothing, 400 Pacific » 

Abraham Christian, bottler Eureka Soda Works, r. 

_g20 Linden Av 
Abraham Frank, r. 523 Pine 
Abraham Hyman, clerk Richardson Bros., r. 12034 

Turk, rear 
Abraham I. V., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

15 Third 
Abraham Joseph, clothing, 116 Pacific 
Abraham Max, r. 415 Minna 
Abraham Meyer, tailor, r. 925 Jones 
Abraham Nathan (P. Abraham & Son) r. 9 Seventh 
Abraham O. B., machinist Savage .t Son, 135 Fremont 
Abraham P. & Son (Philip and Nathan) dry goods, 44 

Sixth 
Abraham Philip (P. Abraham & Son) r. 9 Seventh 
Abraham Rudolph, general merchandise, office 109 

Battery, r. 526 Turk 
Abraham Samuel, seaman, r. Ill Jackson 
Abraham William, painter, r. 714 Washington 
Abraham William, pedlar, r. 265 Tehama 
Abraham. See Abrahams, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahams Abraham, clerk Louis Abrahams, r. 605 

McAllister 
Abrahams Charles, florist, 106 California, r. N s Chest- 
nut, bet Broderick and Baker 
Abrahams Edward 0., trunkmaker Fechheimer & 

Steele, r. 500 ?4 Perry 
Abrahams Lewis (Abrahams & Spiro) r. 2112 Howard 
Abrahams Lippman, pedlar, r. 258 Clara 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 6 Clay, r. 605 McAllister 
Abrahams Max, salesman Abrahams & Spiro, r. 1022 

Jackson 
Abrahams Max, tailor, 919 Pacific 
Abrahams Samuel, mate, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Abrahams Solomon, seaman, r. 324 Main 
Abrahams & Spiro (Lewis Abrahams and Morris 
Spiro) wholesale jewelers, 126 Kearny, and retail 
13 Kearny 
Abrahams. See Abraham, Abram, and Abrams 
Abrahamson Herman, salesman E. Mansbach & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Abrahamson Niels, liquor saloon and boarding, 119 

Jackson 
Abrahamson Peter, captain schr B. G. Whiting 
Abrahamson Peter, stoves and tinware, 939 Market, r. 

1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Samuel, plumber Peter Abrahamson, r. 

1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson. See Abramson 
Abram Ann Mrs., furnished rooms, 915 34 Market 
Abram John, r. 915 34 Market 
Abram Robert, 6hipjoiner, r. 205 Fell 
Abram Susie, domestic 112 Hyde 
Abramovich Andrew (Abramovich & Serovich) r. 1706 

Polk 
Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) fruit and 

produce, NW cor Polk and California 
Abramovich Drago (Abramovich Bros.) r. NW cor 

California and Polk 
Abramovich John (Militch & Abramovich, and 
Abramovich Bros.) r. 1501 Polk 



Abramovich & Serovich (Andrew Abramovich and 

Theodore Serovich) fruit and produce, 1706 Polk 
Abrams Adolph J., barber, 1432 California 
Abrams Augustus D., cigarmaker, r. 909 McAllister 
Abrams David, merchant, r. 909 McAllister 
Abrams Gabriel, cutter and manager James Gorevan, 

426 Montgomery, r. 6 Harriet 
Abrams George, boatman, r. 318 Davis 
Abrams Henry, compositor, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Herman, fruits and vegetables, 238 Fourth, r. 

248 Clementina 
Abrams Isaac, clothing, 50 Third and 114 Third, r. 

769 Harrison 
Abrams Isaac, engineer, r. 217 Stevenson 
Abrams Isaac, salesman Weil & Woodleaf, r. 435 Bush 
Abrams Jacob, salesman Dominick Roberts, r. 248 

Clementina 
Abrams J.,r. 25 Dupont 

Abrams John (Abrams & Carroll) r. 21 Powell 
Abrams Jonas, shoemaker, r. 128 Olive Av 
Abrams Joseph D., salesman A. Andrews, r. 909 Mc- 
Allister 
Abrams Julius, bookkeeper, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams M. Mrs., widow, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Mark, cabin waiter P. M. SS. City of Panama 
Abrams Marks, barber John Fleischman, r. 245 Te- 
hama 
Abrams Marx, pedlar, r. 248 Clementina 
Abrams Nathan, clerk Isaac Abrams, r: 769 Harrison 
Abrams Robert, master machinist Baldwin Theatre, 

r. 205 Fell 
Abrams Samuel, clerk Cohureich Bros., r. 248 Clem 
Abrams Samuel, real estate and insurance agent, 422 

Montgomery, r. 507 Lombard 
Abrams Sarah Miss, r. 9 Taylor 
Abrams Thomas, printer, r. 625 Bush 
Abrams William B., steward, r. 924 Washington 
Abrams Wolf, glazier, r. 265 Tehama 
Abrams & Carroll (John Abrams and George 
L. Carroll) importers and wholesale druggists, 
3-5 Front 
Abrams. See Abraham, Abrahams and Abram 
Abramski Morris, junk, r. 1634 Louisa 
Abramson Edward (Abramson & Bacon) r. 200 Post 
Abrainson Isaac S., clerk, r. 478 Jessie 
Abramson John, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Abramson Siegfried (Lichtenstein & Co.) r. 1009 Leav 
Abramson & Bacon (Edward Abramson and Gas- 
ton E. Bacon) chemists and druggists, SW cor 
Dupont and Sutter, and 717 Clay, above Kearny 
Abramson. See Abrahamson 
Abramzick Anton, tailor, r. 446 Natoma, rear 
Abramzick Elsie Miss, tailoress A. Abramzick, r. 446 

Natoma, rear 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Abreo Antonio P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Abreo Francisco P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush 
Abreo Manuel P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Abrott Bertha Miss, dressmaker, r. 1931 Pine 
Abstrin Frank, machinist Savage & Son 
Aburrow A. H., solicitor Joseph Dorety, r. 315 Lomb 
Academie Parisienne, Mme. Louise Forster proptr, 

912 Sutter « 

Academy Building, 330 Pine 

Academy of Natural Sciences, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Dupont 
Academy of Notre Dame, E s Dolores, bet Sixteetnh 

and Seventeenth 
Acclimatizing Society, W. W. Traylor secretary, 37 

Nevada Block 
Aceret Annie Mrs., dressmaker. 708 Gough 
Aceret Jacob, gardener, r. 708 Gough 
Aceves Alexander, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1719 Stockton 
Achenbach Albert C, r. 227 Second 
Achenbach Charles, cook, r. Thoroughfare Hotel 
Acheson Robert, hop and grain broker, 202 Clay, r. 

1103 Montgomery 
Achin Auguste, with Charles De Haes, r. 335 Third 
Achorn Albion G., carpenter, r. 10 Garden 
Acker Frances, dressmaker, r, 317 Sutter 
Acker Francis V., carpenter and builder, 1207 Polk, 

r. 105 Houston 
Acker George F., boilermaker P. M. SS. Co., f. 34 Te- 
hama 
Acker Valentine, tailor, r. 317 Sutter 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



LACE CURTAINS, BLANKETS and FLANNELS 
A SPECIALTY. Office. 33 Geary St. 



Jlf APnftfcinilPU IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IX COAL AND PIG IRON, 
. mAuUUNUUUn, « Market Street, corner Spear. 



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Acker William, miner, r. Commercial Hotel 

Ackermau , r. 122 Post 

Ackerman Brothers (Samuel S.. Hart S., Isidore 

S. and Isidore H.) importers and wholesale deal- 
ers fancy goods, crockery and general varieties, 

123 Kearny and 207-209 Sutter 
Ackerman Charles, carpenter, r. 734 Tehama 
Ackerman Charles H., baker, r. 625 Clay 
Ackerman Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrnh & Acker- 
man) attorney at law, 426 California, rooms 4-5, 

r. 423 Eddy 
Ackerman Claus, flourpacker Golden Age Mill Co., r. 

329 Broadway 
Ackerman David, butcher, r. 426 Geary 
Ackerman Emanuel, clerk D. N. & E. Walter & Co., r. 

1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. New York 
Ackerman Henry, bookkeeper, r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerman Henry, master bktn George C. Perkins 
Ackerman Herrmann, seaman, r. 2717 J6 Mission 
Ackerman Hyman S., cashier Ackerman Bros., r. 420 

Eddy 
Ackerman Isidore H. (Ackerman Bros.) 123 Kearny 
Ackerman Isidore S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 1012 Van 

Ness Av 
Ackerman Jacob, driver Clay St. Hill RR., r. 1221 

Pacific 
Ackerman John, barber, r. 3 Glover 
Ackerman John, porter Franklin Hotel 
Ackerman Patrick, clerk D. N. & E. Walter & Co., r. 

1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Robert, seaman, r. 334 Ritch 
Ackerman Samuel, salesman D. N. & E. Walter & Co., 

r. 13U9 Larkin 
Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 935 Post 
Ackerman Sigmund H., salesman Ackerm'an Bros., r. 

935 Post 
Ackerman Sigmund L., coml traveler, r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerson Charles H., contractor and builder, 215 Kear 
Ackerson George T., speculator, r. 311 Stockton 
Ackerson Jane S. Miss, r. 1627 Sutter 
Ackerson John W. (Hanson, Ackerson & Co.) r. 

Tacoma, W. T. 
Ackerson William E., chief repairer Fire Alarm and 

Police Telegraph, r. 913 Stockton 
Ackland Kate, widow, r. 267 Clara 
Ackley H. S., second officer SS. Columbia. O. R. & N. Co. 
Ackley Lyman, mining, r. 915 J^ Howard 
Ackroyd Alfred, r. 17 Priest 
Ackroyd John, r. 17 Priest 
Ackselrath Samuel, pedlar, r. 4 Adelaide PI 
Acme Mill and Mining Co. (Amador Co. Cal.) John M. 

Buffiugton secretary, 309 California, room 4 
Acme Photographic Studio, Mrs. S. Fletcher proptr, 

914 Market 
Acosta Antonio, sashmaker William E. Davis, r. 7 

Salmon 
Acosta Donato, housepainter, r. 7 Salmon 
Acres Richard T., bookbinder and paperruler, 532 

Commercial, r. 611 Pine 
Acton Martin J., expressman, 781 Market, r. 15 Elliot 

Park 
Acton Richard, harness and saddlery, 2760 Mission 
Acton Robert, bootmaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 6 

Rose Av 
Acty Herman, r. 21 Taylor 

Acty Herman, driver City RR., r. 17435$ Mission 
Adair Bruce, butcher, r. 27 Oak Grove Av, rear 
Adair George B.. salesman Gordon Hardware Co., r. 

1828 O'Farrell 
Adair Jane M., widow, r. 27 Oak Grove Av, rear 
Adair Joseph, nightwatchman A. Waldstein, r. 27 

Oak Grove Av, rear 
Adair R. G., machinist William Deacon 
Adair William H., clerk G. G. Burnett, 327 Montgy 
Adam George, steward U. S. Marine Hospital, nr 

Mountain Lake 
Adam Robert, S. F. Baecker Verein, 413 Sutter 
Adam Thomas (Adam & Kibbe) r. 507 Gough 
Adam& Kibbe (Thomas Adam and Millard Kibbe) 

wines and liquors, junction Market, Kearny and 

Geary 
Adami John, blacksmith, 612 Broadway, r. 113 Vir- 
ginia 
Adams Adolph, salesman duff Bros, r. 519 Greenwich 
Adams A. L., newspaper clerk Post Office, r. 101 Pros- 
pect PI 
Adams Albert, r. 156 Third 

Adams Albert O, clerk Charles F. Hanlon, r. Alameda 
Adams Albert F., blacksmith City RR., r. 1603 Mission 



Adams Albert F. , Internal Revenue and Custom House 

broker, 417 Washington, r. Alameda 
Adams Albert H., saloonkeeper, r. 1131 Mission 
Adams Alexander P., mnfr compressed coffee and 

coffee roaster, 51 Fremont, r. 109 Twenty-fourth 
Adams Amos, secretary Grangers' Business Assn, 

100 Davis, r. The Baldwin 
Adams Amos C, attorney at law, 39 Montgomery 

Block, r. NW cor Webster and Jackson 
Adams Andrew J., mining, r. 113 Stockton 
Adams Andrew L., carpenter and millwright, r. 512 

Mission 
Adams Annie Miss, ae tress Baldwin Theatre, r. 225 

O'Farrell 
Adams Arthur L., clerk, r. 2307 Jones, rear 
Adams Charles, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. SE cor 

Mississippi and Mariposa 
Adams Charles, mining engineer, r. 1611 Larkin 
Adams Charles, painter, r. 403 Spear 
Adams Charles, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 112 Natoma 
Adams Charles U., clerk O. F. Willey & Co., r. S s 

Twelfth Av, bet Land M, South S. F. 
Adams Charles F., with Butler & Haldan, r. 1910 

Hyde 
Adams Charles W., carpenter, r. 1504 Folsom 
Adams Charles W., workman coiner's deptU.S. Mint, 

r. 120 Ash Av 
Adams Christopher, lock and gunsmith, and cutler, 

508 Commercial, r. 529 Union 
Adams Clara A. Miss, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Cyrus (Cyrus Adams & Co.) r. 2205 Devisa- 

dero 
Adams Cyrus & Co. (Cyrus Adams) importers and 

dealers leaf tobacco, 417 Battery 
Adams Daniel S., shoemaker R. P. Chase & Co., r. 36 

Geary 
Adams Daniel T., cooper Mattullath Manuf . Co., r. 10 

Boardman PI 
Adams Edson, real estate, 91-92 Montgomery Block, 

r. Oakland 
Adams Edward, molder National Iron Works 
Adams Edward, wool sorter S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 670 Twentieth 
Adams Edward F., agent A. S. Barnes & Co. (New 

York) office 329 Sansome, r. 18 Clinton Park 
Adams Edwin, glovecutter P. & F. G. Conklin, r. 21 

Sixth 
Adams Fanny, domestic Chicago Hotel 
Adams Florence S. Miss, assistant Tyler St. Primary 

School, r. 515 Oak 
Adams Francis S., longshoreman, r. 1003 Battery, 

rear 
Adams Frank, cutter Rosenthal, Feder & Co., r. West 

Berkeley 
Adams Frank M., miner, r. 607 Pine 
Adams Frederick, attorney at law, 652 Market, r. 

Santa Cruz 
Adams George, conductor X. B. and M. RR., r. 218 

Ritch 
Adams George, expressman, cor Po6t and Dupont, r. 

319 Green 
Adams George clerk, r. 529 Union 
Adams George E.,, watchman, r. 1837 Market 
Adams George H., salesman Walter T. Robinson, r. 3 

Bowles PI 
Adams George M., foreman cutting room, coiner's 

dept U. S. Mint, r. 923 McAllister 
Adams George P., clerk John Hanson, r. 515 Jones 
Adams George R., fee clerk Custom House, r. 1529 

Geary 
Adams George W., printer, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams George W., salesman I. & A. M. Cook, r. 613 

Stockton 
Adams Grove, mining secretary, 25 Merchants' Ex- 
change, r. San Rafael 
Adams Harry A., clerk Williams, Dimond & Co., r. 

San Rafael 
Adams Harry H., blacksmith, r. 832 Valencia 
Adams Henry, laborer Broadway Brewery, r. 637 Bdwy 
Adams Henry, searcher of records, r. SE cor Twenty- 
second and Bartlett 
Adams Henry B., gunsmith Liddle & Kaeding, r. 2002 

Powell 
Adams Henry G., shoecutter, r. 341 Minna 
Adams Henry W., collector Board of Trade of San 

Francisco, r. 1522 Edd3 T 
Adams Herbert, engineer, r. 1112 Mason 
Adams Herbert, watertender P. M. SS. George W. 

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Adams Hill Con. Mining Co. (Eureka, Nev.)D . A. Jen- 
nings secretary, office 401 California 

Adams H.L., law student Hastings Law College, r. 
Oakland 

Adams Horace (Goss & Adams) r. 201 Powell 

Adams House, C. Clapp k Son proptrs, 519 Sacramento 

Adams Howard N., special policeman, r. 439 Jessie 

Adams Isaac, barber, 432 Bush, r. 704 Ellis 

Adams Jacob, proptr Broadway Brewery, 637 Broad- 
way, r. 628 Broadway 

Adams James (Adams & Butler) r. 28 Washington Av 

Adams James, molder William T. Garratt.r. 331 Green 

Adams James H., r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams Joel, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 725 Bran 

Adams John, hostler C. F. Dryer, r. New Atlantic 
Hotel 

Adams John, speculator, r. 36 Geary 

Adams John F., barber, r. 125 Second 

Adams John G., laborer Broadway Brewery, r. 10 Polk 
Lane 

Adams John M. (Adams & Carter) r. 2510 Washington 

Adams John M., captain tug C. M. Belshaw, r. 522 Pine 

Adams John M., mining, r. 1611 Larkin 

Adams John P., bootblack Ver Mehr PI, r. 2304 Har- 
rison 

Adams John P. Jr., steward Hose No. 3, S. F. F. D., r. 
2304 Harrison 

Adams John Q., attorney at law, 604 Clay, r. Oakland 

Adams John Q., finiBher Albert Folsom.r. 1320 Guer- 
rero 

Adams John Q., clerk Nevada Bank of San Francisco, 
r. 734 Sutter 

Adams John Q., law student Hastings Law College, 
r. 522 Montgomery 

Adams John Q., plumber, SE cor Point Lobos and 
Henderson Avs 

Adams John S., driver Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, 
r. 790 Stevenson 

Adams Joseph B., bookkeeper, r. SW cor Pennsylva- 
nia Av and Solano 

Adams Joseph W. ( Fike & Adams) r. 312 Mason 

Adams Joseph W. Jr . , clerk Sweetser & Co. , r. 312 Mason 

Adams Joseph W., soap mnfr, 24 Commercial, r. NE 
cor Third and Howard 

Adams Josephine M. Miss, saleslady The Singer 
Manuf. Co., r. 316 Taylor 

Adams Laura Miss, r. 613 Post 

Adams Lawson S. (Adams, McNeill & Co., Sacramen- 
to) office 405 Front, r. 825 Bush 

Adams Lemuel C, travelling salesman Folger, Schil- 
ling & Co., r. cor Grove and Laguna 

Adams Louis, teacher French, r. 109 Montgomery 

Adams Louisa Miss, shoefitter E. D. Nolan & Co., r. 
Oakland 

Adams Lucy F. Miss, assistant Turk St. Primary 
School, r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams M., r. The Baldwin 

Adams Mary Miss, milliner, 225 Sixth 

Adams Maude Miss, actress Baldwin Theatre, r. 225 
O'Farrell 

Adams, McNeill & Co. (Sacramento) wholesale 
grocers, office 405 Front 

Adams Nellie, widow, r. 740 Ellis 

Adams Nelson B., shipjoiner, r. 225 Third 

Adams Nelson B., solicitor Alta California, r. Fif- 
teenth Av, nr F, South S. F. 

Adams Nelson J., letter carrier Post Office, r. 923 McAl- 
lister 

Adams O. B., (McCormick & Adams) r. 1741 Mission 

Adams Osgood P., shipplumber Henry C. Langrehr, 
r. 627 Stevenson 

Adams OJis, butcher, r. S s Eleventh Av, bet N and 
P, South S. F. 

Adams Q. L., dentist, r. 1515 Leavenworth 

Adams Richard L., boarding, 807 Brannan 

Adams Ross, hatter, r. 1121^ Howard 

Adams Samuel, druggist, r. 1528 Sutter 

Adams Samuel, shipcarpenter Turner & Rundle, r. 
324 Twenty-eighth 

Adams Samuel B. (Samuel B. Adams & Co.) 314 
Montgomery, room 9 

Adams Samuel B. & Co. (Samuel B. Adams) stock 
brokers, 314 Montgomery, room 9 

Adams Samuel W., blacksmith City RR., r. 1603 Mis- 
sion 

Adams Sarah Mrs., r. 602 Leavenworth 

Adams Scott, seaman, r. 44 Steuart 

Adams Thomas B., captain bark Rival, r. 442 Twenty- 
second 

Adams Thomas F., porter John T. Mahoney, r. 6 Mason 



Adams Timothy W., sawsmith N. W. Spaulding, r. 3 

Bowles PI 
Adams William, salesman Taber, Harker & Co., r. NW 

cor Jones and Geary 
Adams William, shipcarpenter, r. 571 Howard 
Adams William A., stevedore, r. 331 Green 
Adams William H., clerk Evening Bulletin, r. Ala- 
meda 
Adams William H., porter Lohman & Coghill, r. 1320 

Guerrero 
Adams William H. Jr., trimmer U. W. Boot and Shoe 

Co., r. 1320 Guerrero 
Adams William J. , lumber dealer and shipping 

merchant and proptr Washington Mills, Seabeck, 

W. T., office Pier 17 Steuart, r. Menlo Park 
Adams William L., assistant bookkeeper W. J. Adams, 

r. 834 Mission 
Adams William S., coffeeroa6ter A. P. Adams, r. 109 

Twenty-fourth 
Adams William S., seaman, r. 1112 Mason 
Adams W. P., solicitor, r. 2304 Harrison 
Adams Zabiel B., commercial traveler J. C. Johnson 

& Co., r. 1522 Eddy 
Adams & Butler (James Adams and Thomas J. But- 
ler) hay and feed. 42-44 Clay 
Adams & Carter (John M. Adams and William F. Car- 
ter) mining and mechanical engineers and agents 

Frue Ore Concentrator, 109 California, room 7 
Adams. See Adam 

Adamson Joseph, laborer American Sugar Refinery 
Adamson Richard, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

1913 Stevenson 
Adcock E. Mrs., millinery, 10 Kearny 
Adcock Edwin, millinery, 10 Kearny 
Adcock John T., bookkeeper Charles F. Doe, r. 100 

Jones 
Adcock Robert A., clerk A. M. Simpson & Bro., r. 549 

First 
Adcock William, shoemaker, r. 56 Tehama 
Adcock William N., jeweler, r. 403 Oak 
Addenda Gold and Silver Mining Co., (Bodie, Mono 

Co.) Thomas H. Dixqn secretary, 238 Mont 
Addicks Charles, cook, r. 106 Steuart 
Addison Mrs., dressmaker, 1129 Clay 
Addison George, salesman Gawthorne & Maguire, r. 

1516 Van Ness Av 
Addison Kate, widow, r. N s Henrietta, nr Cherubusco, 

B. H. 
Addison Mary, nurse, r. 1516 Taylor 
Addison Walter D., clerk, r. 261 Army 
Addy Frank, seaman stmr Newport, r. 49 Stanly PI 
Adelphi Theatre, Ned Buckley proptr, 607 California 
Adelsdorfer Ernest 'Ernest Adelsdorfer & Co.) r. 1605 

Gough 
Adelsdorfer Ernest & Co. (Ernest Adelsdorfer) 

mnfrs and dealers teas, coffee, spices and yeast 

powder, 406-408 Clay 
Adelsdorfer Jennie, widow, r. 627 Larkin 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, bookkeeper, r. 1718 Busb 
Adelsdorfer Rosa, widow, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Susan, widow, r. 627 Larkin 
Adelsdorfer William, bookkeeper Ernest Adelsdorfer 

& Co., r. 1605 Gough 
Adelson Julius (Macowsky & Adelson) r. 268 Minna 
Adelson Max, pedlar, r. 266 Minna 
Adelstein Bernhard, pedlar, r. 25 Lafayette 
Adelstein Samuel, clerk M. Theodore Kearney, r. 25 

Lafayette 
Adema William, caulker, r. 15 Tehama PI 
Aden M. R., captain schr Brothers 
Ader Jean L., proptr Lafayette House, 736 Pacific 
Aderono Guillaume, knifeman Brooklyn Hotel 
Adger Charles 8., teacher music, r. 25 Prospect PI 
Adie Ellen Miss, English and French School, 415 

Eddy, r. Oakland 
Adler Aaron, with Bothin, Dallemand & Co., r. 309 

Powell 
Adler Aaron A. (Jost & Adler) r. 1316 Van Ness Av 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper Hart & Goodman, r. Ahl- 

born House 
Adler Albert S., physician, 34 Kearny, r. NE cor 

Union and Buchanan 
Adler Alexander, bookkeeper Ordenstein & Co., r. 513 

Post 
Adler B., entry clerk Held Bros. & Co., r. 622 

Golden Gate Av 
Adler Bennie (Adler Brothers) r. 1205 Bush 
Adler Brothers (Bennie and Solomon) butchers, 1414 

Pine 
Adler Charles, r. 915 Geary 



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Adler Charles (W. & I. Steinbart & Co.) r. Alameda 
Adier Charles K.. salesman Fechheimer, Goodkind & 

Co., r. 1517 Van Ness Av 
Adler David, bookkeeper, r. NE cor Haight and 

Octavia 
Adler David, butcher, r. 27 Harriet 
Adler David, crockery, glass and tinware, 1009% 

Stockton 
Adler Henry H., bookkeeper, r. 622 Tyler 
Adler Hermann J., bookkeeper F. Toplitz & Co., 

r. 309 Powell 
Adler Jacob, clerk Hellman, Haas & Co., r. 513 Post 
Adler J. E., salesman Ackerman Bros., r. 715 Eddy 
Adler John, laborer P. M. SS. Co. 
Adler Joseph, assistant librarian Free Public Library, 

r. NE cor Haightand Octavia 
Adler Joseph, messenger Merchants' Exchange Assn, 

r. 13 Hopeton Terrace 
Adler Julius, local agent Union Insurance Co., r. 513 

Post 
Adler Leopold, r. 910 Geary 
Adler Leopold, shoemaker, r. 408% Larkin 
Adler Louis, shoemaker, r. NE cor Haight and Octavia 
Adler Max, cigarmaker, r. 18 First 
Adler Moses, liquor commission merchant, 321 Bat- 
tery, r. 323 Kearny 
Adler Mo6es, merchant, r. 13 Hopeton Terrace 
Adler Robert, cutter Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., r. NE 

cor Haight and Octavia 
Adler Samuel, clerk E. Mansbach & Co., r. 622 Golden 

Gate Av 
Adler Samuel, clerk Simon Popper, r. 27 Harriet 
Adler Sigmund, clerk Oscar S. Levy, r. 513 Post 
Adler Solomon (Adler Bros.) r. 1205 Bush 
Adler Solomon, clerk Altschul, Seller & Co., r. 1205 

Bush 
Adler Solomon, capitalist, r. 622 Golden Gate Av 
Adlington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
Adlington Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 806% Valencia 
Adlington Thomas L., clerk, r. 532 Mission 
Administrator Public, office 626 Washington 
Adolf Anton B., tailor, r. 110 Silver 
Adonis Byron, journalist, r. 615 Kearny 
Adrian Adrian, dyer, r. 7<i6 Howard 
Adrian Ferdinand, carpenter, r. off Ws Mission, nr 

St. Mary's College 
Adrian Frank I., butcher W. Brockhoff, r. 1128 York 
Adrian George, barber, r. 502 Bush 
Adrian William, merchant, r. 522 Dupont 
Adriani F., bartender, r. 759 Mission 
Adriani Giuseppe, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Aerni George, cabinetmaker, r. 759 Howard 
iEtiiii Insurance Co. (Hartford. Conn.) George 

C. Boardman manager, Henry Carlton Jr. city 

agent, 311 California 
.AStna Iron Works, Pendergast, Smith & Co. 

proptrs, 217-221 Fremont, bet Howard and Fol 
iGtua Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) 

Charles W. Dannals manager, 504 Kearny 
iEtna Mining Co. (Pinal Co., Arizona) A. F. McGrew 

secretary, 420 Montgomery, room 7 
Afeld Joseph, books and stationery, 805 Larkin 
Afflerbach Christian H. Rev., pastor St. Paul's German 

Methodist Episcopal Church, r. 738 Green 
Afflick D., r. 537 Sacramento 
African Methodist Episcopal Church, Kev. B. 

Fletcher pastor, W s Powell, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific 
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Rev. James 

H. Davis pastor, W s Stockton, bet Clay and Sac 
Agair Viola Miss, saleslady S. Ettinger, r. 1919 Sutter 
Agallo Antonio, r. 6 Card Alley 
Agard A. H. Jr., student Heald's Business College, r. 

Oakland 
Agard Benjamin A., cook, r. 83 Stevenson 
Agard George, r. 26 Rincon PI 
Agard George L., bookkeeper, r. 311 Green 
Agard John A., bookkeeper, r. 311 Green 
Agard William A. T., bookkeeper M. Rosenshine & 

Bro., r. 311 Green 
Agard William B., r. 311 Green 
Agaton Emil, sausagemaker Lobos Square Packing 

House, r. 213 Fourth 
Agatz Frederick W., salesman, r. 1509 California 
Agemann Christopher, teamster U. S. Drayman, r. 621 

Second ' 
Agen James, engineer, r. NW cor Collins and Santa 

Rosa 
Agen Michael, fireman, r. NW cor Collins and Santa 

Rosa 



Ager Elisha C, teamster Gordon Hardware Co., r. 

N W cor Waller and Fillmore - 

Ager James E. (Bacon & Co.) r. Alameda 
Ager John E., with Mutual Life Insurance Co., r. 

2842 Mission 
Agertta F., laborer A. Onderdonk 
Agmeier Paul, painter, r. 2207 Geary 
Agnau Jacques, mining, r. 520 O'Farrell 
Agnew Francis L., clerk S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 59 

South Park 
Agnew George W. , clerk Baker & Hamilton, r. 323 

Jessie 
Agnew Uilniore, compositor, r. 323 Jessie 
Agnew Gilmore M., short-hand writer, r. 323 Jessie 
Agnew Hugh, fireman Oregon R. and N. Co.'s SS. 

Columbia 
Agnew James P., r. Russ House 
Agnew James P., cashier S. F. and North Pacific 

RR. Co., r. 59 South Park 
Agnew John J., foreman teamster S. F. Gas Light 

Co., r. 318 Fremont 
Agnew Margaret Mrs., r. 13% Caroline 
Agnew Patrick, calker, r. 314 Main 
Agnew Robert, night watchman Dredger No. 2, r. N s 

Filbert, nr Montgomery 
Agnew Rose, widow, r. 147 Valencia 
Agnew Samuel, porter Merry, Faull & Co., r. W s Do- 
lores, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Agnew Samuel, seaman, r. NW cor Mission and First 
Agnew Samuel A., fireman, r. 11 Hubbard 
Agnew Thomas, city agent and surveyor State Invest- 
ment and Insurance Co., 218 Sansome.r. 2129 Bush 
Agnew William, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Agnew William C, teamster, r. 513% Fourth 
Agren Olof, cabinetmaker William Hughes, r. 6 Hay- 
ward 
Agreu Oscar, deckhand atmr Senator, r. 9 Pacific 
Agricultural Fire Insurance Co. (Watertown, N. Y.) 

Hutchinson & Mann agents, 322-324 California 
Agricultural Machine Works, Byron Jackson 

proptr, SE cor Sixth and Bluxome 
Agricultural Park, Peter W. Black proptr, N s Point 

Lobos Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-seventh 

Avs 
Aguallo Philip, vaquero, r. N s Tenth Av, bet Rail- 
road Av and P, Soutli S. F. 
Aguilar Francisco J., hairdresser, r. 526 Broadway 
Aguilar James, porter Jones & Dodson, r. 802 Jackson 
Aguirre Martin J., confectionery, 429 Kearny, r. 2 

Gardner Al 
Aguirre Martino, musician, r. 12 Pinkney PI 
Aguirre Pedro A., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Ahearn Ann Mrs., r. 258 Eighth 
Ahearn Ann, widow, r. 15 Boardman PI 
Ahearn Bartholomew, laborer A. Onderdonk, r. N s 

Shasta, bet Illinois and Michigan 
Ahearn Daniel, laborer, r-. 131 Folsom, rear 
Ahearn Dennis, salesman O'Connor, Moftatt b Co., r. 

123 Ash Av 
Ahearn Ellen, widow, nurse, r. 1420 Broadway 
Ahearn Julia, r. 1318 Geary 
Ahearn Margaret T., domestic 1809 Pine 
Ahearn Maurice J., ironmolder, r. 1420 Broadway 
Ahearn Patrick, lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

123 Ash Av 
Ahearn. See Ahern and Aherne 
Aherene Morton J., deputy Sheriff, r. 520 Sutter 
Ahern Arthur, carpenter Roman Catholic Orphan 

Asylum, r. N, bet Eighteenth and Twentieth Avs, 

South S. F. 
Ahern Catherine, widow, bakery, 316 Felsom 
Ahern Daniel, laborer A. Onderdonk, r. 113 Welsh 
Ahern Daniel, laborer South P.C. RR, r. 1611 Broder- 

ick 
Ahern Daniel, lumberman, r. 566 Howard 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern Ellen Mrs., varieties, 1820 Ellis 
Ahern James, r. 547 Mission 
Ahern James, coachman, r. 628% Geary, rear 
Ahern James, gardener City and County Hospital, r. 

868 Folsom 
Ahern James, plumber, r. 213 Larkin 
Ahern Ja.ues, wood and coal, 1113 Bryant 
Ahern Jei-emiah, carpenter, r. 2012 Larkin 
Ahern John M., liquor saloon, 213 Larkin 
Ahern John W., law student Michael Cooney, r. 213 

Larkin 
Aheru Julia, domestic 912 Union 
Ahern Katy, domestic 1515 Webster 



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AhernM. A. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, 

r. 213 Larkin 
Ahern Mswtin (Ahem & Co.) r. NW cor Jackson and 

Montgomery 
Ahern Mary A., cook 1015 California 
Ahern Maurice, piledriver, r. 506 Howard 
Ahern Maurice, watchman South P. C. RR., r. 645 % 

Stevenson 
Ahern Michael, laborer Edward Kenny, r. 2733 Pine 
Ahern Michael, shoemaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 1820 Ellis 
Ahern Patrick, deckhand stmr Oakland 
Ahern Patrick, driver N: B. and M. RR., r. 3038)6 

Sixteenth 
Ahern Patrick, tailor, 2021 Mission 
Ahern Richard, painter E. H. Gadsby 
Ahern Roger, carpenter, r. 1163 Howard 
Ahern Thomas, blacksmith, r. Branch House 
Ahern Thomas, blacksmith Union Iron Works, r. 224 

First 
Ahern Timothy, laborer, r. 24 Minna 
Ahern Timothy, laborer, r. 125 Lily Av 
Ahern William, carpenter, r. 1121 Folsom 
Ahern William C, oysterman, r. 636 Commercial 
Ahern William J., clerk Nolan Bros., r. 33 Grand Av 
Ahern & Co. (Martin Ahern) commission merchants, 

208 Washington 
Ahern. See Ahearn 

Ahl E. L., salesman M. J. Flavin, r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Ahlbach Jacob, stoves and tinware, 231 Fourth, r. 1508 

Folsom 
Ahlbach Julia, widow, r. 313 Seventh 
Ahlbach William, plumber David Bush, r. 1506 Folsom 
Ahlborn August, cook Swiss Hotel, r. 716 Grove 
Ahlborn Charles (Ahlborn & Boeckmann) 321 Dupont 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman, cor Dupont and Post, r. 

23 Johnson Av 
Ahlborn House, Ahlborn & Boeckmann proptrs, 

321-323 Dupont 
Ahlborn William, laborer, r. 15)6 Bryant Av 
Ahlborn Si Boeckmann (Charles Ahlborn and 
George Boeckmann) proptrs Ahlborn House, 
321-323 Dupont 
Ahlenfeld Morris D., varieties, 1 03 ^ Fifth 
Ahlers Diederich (Ahlers & Hauerken) r. 110 William 
Ahlers George, liquor saloon, 229 Spear 
Ahlers Henri cb, laborer, r. 160 Steuart 
Ahlers Henry, clerk D. H. Schriefer, r. 155 Natoma 
Ahlers Herman, cook Clipper Restaurant, 311 Pacific 
Ahlers Johann D. A., bartender, r. 110 William 
Ahlers John H. (Ahlers & Boeckmann) r. 107 Austin 
Ahlers Karl G., laborer, r. 114 Fourth 
Ahlers Sophie, cook 6 Columbia, bet Sixth and Seventh 
Ahlers William (Ahlers & Co.) r. 308 Dupont 
Ahlers William, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 114 

Dore 
Ahlers & Boeckmann (John H. Ahlers andD. H. Boeck- 
mann) liquor saloon, SE cor Austin and Polk 
Ahlers & Co. (William Ahlers and John von Glahn) 

liquor saloon, 308 Dupont 
Ahlers & Hauerken (Diederich Ahlers and Henry 

Hauerken) liquor saloon, 5 Summer 
Ahlers. See Alers 
Ahlert FredericK, bakery, 2215 Post 
Ahlert G., cellarman Lachman & Jacobi, r. 2215 Post 
Ahlert William, plumber and gasfitter Harry William- 
son, r. 2215 Post 
Ahlf Anna, domestic 840 Folsom 

Ahlf Dietrich, butcher, r. Fifth Av, nr K, South S. F. 
Ahlf Henry, laborer, r. Fifth Av, nr K, South S. F. 
Ahlgren Francis, boarding, 18-20 Folsom 
Ahlstrom John, shoemaker, r. 20 Berry 
Ahmen Augustus, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Ahms Herman, carpenter, r. 1001 Folsom, 
Ahnert August (Ahnert & Steinmiller) r. 329 Fran- 
cisco 
Ahnert & Steinmiller (August Ahnert and Louis Stein- 
miller) junk dealers, 318 Francisco 
Ahpel Carl, executor Hyam Joseph, office 230 Mont- 
gomery, and bookkeeper D. Samuels, r. 838 Mc- 
Allister 

Ahren , mining operator, r. 331 Mont, room 72 

Ahren Patrick, seaman, r. 112 Steuart 

Ahrens Adolph, seaman, r. North German Hotel 

Ahrens Charles F., cabinetmaker Charles Klemm, r. 

114^ Park Av 
Ahrens Christian, watchmaker and jeweler, 616 Wash 
Ahrens D. Si G. (Diedrich N. and George) wines, 
liquors and cigars, SE cor Howard and Fremont 
and SW cor Mission and Main 



Ahrens Diedrich N. (D. & G. Ahrens) r. SW cor 

Mission and Main 
Ahrens George (D. and G. Ahrens) r. SE cor Fremont 

and Howard 
Ahrens George, salesman C. Ahrens, r. 616 Wash 
Ahrens Henry (Henry Ahrens & Co.) r. 1420 Pine 
Ahrens Henry, waiter, r. 272 Minna 
Abrens Henry Si Co. (Henry Ahrens, Henry 

Tietjen and Theodore Von Borstel) proptrs Chi- 
cago Brewery, 1420-1434 Pine 
Ahrens Henry F. C, conductor Geary St., P. and O. 

RR., r. 1401 Buchanan 
Ahreus Henry H., cooper B. Dreyfus & Co., r. 431)6 

Shipley 
Ahrens Jacob H., liquor saloon and restaurant, SW 

cor Davis and Commercial, r. Oakland 
Ahrens John, farmer, r. 127 Jackson 
Ahrens Nicholas H. M. (Ahrens & Shattuck) r. 75 Na- 
toma 
Ahrens Rudolph, clerk Wieboldt Bros., r. NW cor 

Valencia and Twentieth 
Ahrens Wilken (Van Soosten & Ahrens) r. SW cor 

Sixteenth and Folsom 
Ahrens William F., drayman Richards & Harrison, r. 

654 Willow Av 
Abrens Si Shattuck (Nicholas H.M. Ahrens and 

Orville J. Shattuck) groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Second and Minna 
Ahrens. See Arens 
Ahrons Louis N., cigarmaker Isaac K. White, r. 636 

Sacramento 
Ahumada Joseph M., real estate agent, office and r. 

235 Kearny 
Aibischer Alexander, butcher, r. 431 Pine 
Aicher Frank, bartender C. Porzelt, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aicher Olga Miss, dressmaker Carl Woerner, r. 1618 

Stockton 
Aickley Charles, laborer J. H. Burnell & Bro., r. 

Ninth Av, bet G and H, South S. F. 
Aigeltinger Charles (L. Aigeltinger & Co.) SW cor 

Laguna and Sutter 
Aigeltinger Charles Jr., teamster Renton Coal Co., 

Mission St.Wharf , r. 408 Austin 
Aigeltinger Edward H., clerk Henry J. Hinck, r. SE 

cor Ellis and Polk 
Aigeltinger George, clerk L. Aigeltinger & Co., SW 

cor Sutter and Laguna 
Aigeltinger L. & Co. (Leopold and Charles Aigel- 
tinger) wood and coal, SW cor Laguna and Sutter 
Aigeltinger Leopold (L. Aigeltinger & Co.) r. 1069 

Howard 
Aigeltinger Sophia Miss, tailoress, r. 408 Austin 
Aiken Addie E. Miss, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 1221 Washington 
Aiken Andrew S., r. 618 California 
Aiken Hainan, stationery and varieties, 1110 Steiner 
Aiken Henry M. (Aiken & Worden) r. 314 Fifth 
Aiken James, teamster William Kerr, r. N s Vallejo, 

nr Battery 
Aiken John, sailmaker, r. SW cor Steiner and Pierce 
Aiken John P., wharfinger Green St.Wharf, r. 1327 

Sacramento 
Ai!<en Robert, salesman R. M. Black, r. 1327 Ellis 
Aiken William, clerk, r. SW cor Steiner and Pierce 
Aiken William H. , attorney at law, 509 Kearny, 

room 5. r. 1221 Washington 
Aiken & Worden (Henry M. Aiken and James Wor- 
den) wood and coal, NW cor Valencia and Twen- 
ty-second 
Aiken. See Aitken 

Aikens Peter, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Aillaud Friincis, cook, r. 708 Commer, ial 
Ainsa Jesus, engineer, r. 305 Lombard 
Ainsa Manuel, merchant, r. 526 Hayes ' 
Ainsa Refugio Mrs., r. 305 Lombard 
Ainsberry Margaret, widow, r. 19 )6 Gilbert 
Ainsberry Martin, laborer, r. 19)6 Gilbert 
Ainsley James E., compositor S. F. News Letter, r, 

24 Sixth 
Ainsley Matthew, longshoreman, r. SW cor Pacific 

and East 
Ainsley. See Inslee 
Ainslie Francis, collarmaker William Davis, r. 248 

Third 
Ainsworth Annie Miss, r. 611 Mason 
Ainsworth Charles, first officer bark J. B. Bell, r. 2730 

Mission 
Ainsworth Danforth H., r. 242 Taylor 
Ainsworth Emma C, adjuster coiner's dept U. S. 

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Ain6worth Frederick W., bookkeeper Bonestell, Allen 

& Co., r. 1527 Sutter 
Ainsworth William, night watchman C. P. RR., r. 518 

Brannan 
Aird David, carpenter, r. 7 Lafayette PI 
Aird Donald, blacksmith Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 562 

Bryant 
Aird James C, blacksmith Pac. Iron Works, r. 562 

Bryant 
Atchissou John, carpenter Enterprise Mill and Build- 
ing Co., r. 1040 Army 
Aitken A. E., watchman, r. 309 Filbert 
Aitken Andrew, longshoreman, r. 1122 Battery 
Aitken Charles H., master mariner, r. 313 Geary 
Aitken Edwin J., clerk, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Eugene, clerk Benjamin S. Brooks, r. 1511 

Broadway 
Aitken James (Moynihan & Aitken) r. 217 Devisa- 

dero 
Aitkin James, policeman City Hall, r. 9 Grand Av 
Aitken James C, machinist Cyclops Iron Works, r. 

320 H Bitch 
Aitken Jeannette, widow, r. XW cor Capp and Twen- 
ty-fifth 
Aitken Jessie Miss, dressmaker, r. NW cor Capp and 

Twenty-fifth 
Aitken K. S. Mrs., r. 313 Geary 
Aitken Mary, widow, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Robert, broker, r. 236 Sutter 
Aitken Robert H., collector, r. 277 Stevenson 
Aitken Robert H., real estate agent, 511 California, 

room 12, r. 659 Howard 
Aitken Samuel, machinist Joshua Hendy, r. NW cor 

Twenty-fifth and Capp 
Aitken William, driver Newell & Bro., r.14 Clay 
Aitken. See Aiken 

Aker George, ironworker, r. 34 Tehama 
Ajax Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 

Cal.) A. F. Main secretary, 309 Cal, rooms 1-2 
Akerly Benjamin M., clerk Liverpool and London and 

Globe Insurance Co., r. Oakland 
Akerman Benjamin J., speculator, r. 1001 Market 
Akeroyd James, woolgrader C. S. Moses & Co., r. 

Thoroughfare Hotel 
Akers Harry, drayman Peck & Co., r. 1612 Buchanan 
Akin Martha, widow, r. 59 Shipley 
Akin William, reporter, r. 112 Turk 
Akins Charles H., policeman City Hall, r. 23 Glen 

Park av 
Akmann William (Meyer & Akman) r. NE cor Seven- 
teenth and Eureka 
Akstroin Charles, bartender, r. 911 Broadway 
Alabama Mining Co. '(Storey Co., Nev.) William H. 

Watson secretary, 302 Montgomery, room 5 
Alabaster John, laborer, r. nr San Miguel Station 
Alameda and San Francisco Express, Alfred 

W. Liucl proptr, 331 East 
Alameda and San Francisco Express, Frank W. Greeley 

proptr, 3 Market 
Alameda Building and Loan Association, 

Henry Mohns secretary, 109 California, room 8 
Alameda Ferry, foot Market 

Alameda Frank, Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
Alameda Mining Co. (Ward Co., Nev.)Fred. R. Bunker 

secretary, 606 Montgomery, rooms 1-2 
Alameda Real Estate Associates, J. E. Damon mana- 
ger, 607 Montgomery 
Alari Manuel, miner, r. 11 PinkneyPl 
Alaska Commercial Co., Emanuel Neumann 

secretary, 310 Sansome 
Alatorre Guillerino Z., barber Aaron Creamer, r. 33033 

Montgomery 
Alba Miguel, r.502 Washington 
Albany Brewery, F. Hagemann & Co. proptrs, 

71-75 Everett 
Albany Thomas, carpenter, r. 267 Stevenson 
Alba ugh Marshall E., carriage repository, 411- 

411 33 California, r. Buss House 
Albee Charles, driver Underwriters' Fire Patrol, SW 

cor Stevenson and Ecker 
Albee Frederick, seaman bktn Jane A. Falkinburg 
Albemarle House, Mrs. M. F. Collins proptr, 8 Mason 
Alben Louis, special policeman, r. 3 Church 
Alber John, bartender C. Link, r. 418 Broadway 
Alberez Eusebio, baker, r. 13 Pinkney PI 
Alberga George B., porter Pacific Stock Exchange, r. 

1220 Powell 
Alberigi Demetrio, wood and coal, 315 Broadway 
Albers A., carrier S. F. Illustrated Wasp 
Albers August (Albers & Schmidt) r. Alameda 



Albers Henry B., laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 9 

Bryant Av, rear 
Albers Hermann, milkman, r. Santa Rosa, bet Collins 

and Ferrie 
Albers M. & Co. (Marcus Albers) groceries and liquors, 

335 Fourth 
Albers Marcus (M. Albers & Co.) r. 335 Fourth 
Albers Matilda Miss, r. 648 Natoma 
Albers & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry Schmidt) 

oyster dealers. 50-51 California Market 
Albers. See Alpers 

Albert Henry F., waiter Antone Pignaz, r. 915 Jackson 
Albert James, clerk T. J. French & Co., r. 106 Sixth 
Albert John C carpenter, r. 909 Kearny 
Albert Leo. dairyman, r. 711 Mission 
Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 613 Pine 
Albert Lewis, stencil cutter F. M. Truworthy, r. 22 

Dupont 
Alberto Antonio, Portug\iese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

510 Bush 
Alberto Joseph, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

510 Bush 
Albertoni Giuseppe, frescopainter, r. 9 Union PI 
Albertson A. H., seaman scur Fairy Queen 
Albertson Johanna C. Miss. r. Old People's Home 
Albertson Joseph A., physician and surgeon, office 

and r. Ill Powell 
Albion Brewery, J. H. Burnell & Bro. proptrs, Ninth 

Av, bet G and H, South S. F. 
Albion Mining Co. (Eureka, Nev.) D. B. Chis- 

holm secretary, 6 S. F. Stock Exchange Bldg 
Albion Pottery (Antioch, Cal.) W. S. Ray & Co. 

agents, 12-14 Market 
Alborelli Antonio, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Albrecht Adam A., waiter, r. 242 Sutter 
Albrecht Albert, r. 2 Chelsea PI 
Albrecht Albert, agent Kilburn Bros. (Littleton, N. 

H.) r. 10 Mint Av 
Albrecht Albert, plumber, r. 31533 Jessie 
Albrecht August (Schroder, Albrecht & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 
Albreoht F., Cigar Maker's Assn, 807 Market 
Albrecht George, blacksmith, r. 142133 Dupont 
Albrecht George, jeweler, r. 528 Hush 
Albrecht Heinrich, porter Bachman Bros. 
Albrecht John, tailor, 528 Bush 
Albrecht Joseph H., r. 747 33 Folsom 
Albrecht JosaphP., clerk J. M. Shotwell, r. 620 Bran 
Albrecht Richard, baker, r. 109 Taylor 
Albrecht Rudolph, clerk Hawaiian Commercial Co., 

r. 1237 Folsom 
Albreige Pietro, laborer, r. SE cor Bdwy and Kearny 
Albright Jacob, watchman stmr Onward 
Albright Henry, machinist, r. Stanford Hotel 
Albright Robert S., bookkeeper, r. 227 Geary 
Albumen Factory, Faulkner, Bell &■ Co. proptrs, S s 

Seventh Av, bet K and L, South S. F 
Alcaraz Emanuel, laborer, r. 4 Pollard PI 
Alcaraz Jacques, laborer, r. 4 Pollard PI 
Alcaraz Mary, widow, r. 4 Pollard PI 
Alcayaga F., waiter P. C. SS. State of California ' 
Alcayaga Jose, groceries, 524 Broadway 
Alday Louis, fermenter Bay View Distillery, r. cor 

Eighteenth Av and H, South S. F 

Alden Benjamin F., pedlar, r. 529 Sacramento 
Alden Fruit Preserving Co., A. G. Hawes secretary, 

220 Sansome, room 2 
Alden Lewis D., collector, r. 319 Bush 
Alden Samuel B., policeman City Hall, r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Samuel B. Jr.. r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Thomas H., carpenter, r. 17 Washington 
Alden William, printer, r. 827 Vallejo 
Alderman Oscar, lodgings, 841 Clay 
Aldorelli Antonio, upholsterer, r. 528 Bush 
Aldred Robert, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 29 Jessie 
Aldrich Edward E., cigars and tobacco, 231 Kearny, r. 

229 Kearny 
Aldrich Frederick C, nurse City and County Alms- 
house 
Aldrich George A., draftsman S. F. Tool Co., 21 Stev- 
enson, r. 1605 Franklin 
Aldrich Giorge A., engineer Market St. RR. Exten- 
sion, r. 30 Page 
Aldrich George O. upholsterer, r. 308 Minna 
Aldrich Louis, attorney at law, 607 Washington, r. 

2207 Larkin 
Aldrich Lucius M., bartender James Hatch, r. 416 

O'Farrell 
Aldrich Oliver B.. laborer, r. Occidental Lodging 
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Aldrich Stuart, clerk Post Office, r. 2207 Larkin 

Aldrich William A., capitalist, 314 California, r. 1605 
Franklin 

Aldrich William H. (Hatch & Aldrich) r. 1605 Franklin 

Aldridge Charles M., barber Stable k Bernhard, Pal- 
ace Hotel, r. 505 Jones 

Aldridge Eobert. carpenter, r. 338 Third 

Alduk Matthew, bartender, r. 13 Everett 

Aleck Koger, candymaker, r. 3 Graham PI 

Alegre Manuel L., corresponding clerk Wenceslao 
Loaiza, and translator, r. 631 }<; Green 

Alegria Hill Y., laborer Cahen Bros., r. 11 Hfnckley 

Alegria Joseph A., laborer Cahen Bros., r. 11 Hinck- 
ley 

Alek Alexander, muster schr Sophie Hager 

Alemany Joseph S. Most Rev., Archbishop of 
San Francisco, r. 628 California 

Aleote Giovanni, laborer, r. 18 Lafayette 

Alers Paul F. A., physician, office andr. 10 Ellis 

Alers. See Ahler6 

Alex Charles, butcher, Ninth Av, bet K and L, South 
S. F. 

Alex Joseph, compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 644 
Natoma 

Alex Joseph F., restaurant, 1408 Stockton, r. 644 Na- 
toma 

Alexander , Mrs., r. 30 Post 

Alexander - — , l". 245 Minna 

Alexander A., r. 27 South Park 

Alexander Abraham, student Heald's Business College 

Alexander Addie Miss, r. 2409 Webster 

Alexander Adoiph, tailor, 303 Stockton, r. The Wind- 
sor 

Alexander Archibald M., millhand Uriah Segars, r. 
2209 Pine 

Alexander Benjamin, salesman Cahn, Nickelsburg & 
Co., r. 706 Vallejo 

Alexander C. Mrs., r. 522 Folsem 

Alexander Charles, r. 734 Geary 

Alexander Charles, cigars and tobacco, 975 Market, r. 
500 Jessie 

Alexander Charles M., stoves and tinware, 211 Fourth 

Alexander C. M., salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 
Alaaieda * 

Alexander C. O , clerk Sperry k Co., r. Oakland 

Alexander Daniel, with A. Foreman k Son, r. 1514 
J"nes 

Alexander David, merchant, office 208 Montgomery, 
r. 734 Geary 

Alexander David G., clerk Welch & Co., r. 2209 Pine 

Alexander Edward L., clerk registry dept Post Office, 
r. 634 Green 

Alexander Edwin C. compositor Morning Call, r. 926 
Washington 

Alexander Ezekiel, captain P. M. SS. Idaho, r. 2625 Pine 

Alexander Flora Mrs., r. 503 Mason 

Alexander Frank A., pressman Francis, Valentine & 
Co.,r. 1053 Market 

Alexander Gautio, machinist, r. 468 Sixth 

Alexander George, clerk M. Schwartz, r. 503 Mason 

Alexander George W«, salesman Cohnreich Bros., r. 
729 California 

Alexander George Webb (Osborn & Alexander) r. 2432 
Pine 

Alexander Goodman, glazier, r. 27 Kausch 

Alexander H. Mrs., r. 625 Geary 

Alexander Harry, salesman W. Cohen & Co., r. 772 
Howard 

Alexander Isaac, shoemaker, 404 Pacific, r. 810 Mont 

Alexander Isham E., carpenter and builder, 11 Post, 
r. 507 Powell 

Alexander Jacob A., dealer hides, r. 2513 Clay 

Alexander James, clerk A. I. Hall k Son, r. 772 How- 
ard 

Alexander James, harnessinaker S. Mathews, r. Huett- 
mann's Hotel 

Alexander James, laborer, r. E s Noe, nr Twenty- 
sixth 

Alexander James, wood dealer, Berry, nr Third, 
r. 434 Sixth 

Alexander Jane L. Miss, dressmaker Mrs. L. E. Dixon, 
r. 2209 Pine 

Alexander Jeannette L., widow, r. 2209 Pine 

Alexander John, r. 734 Geary 

Alexander John, hostler, r. 249 Perry 

Alexander Joseph, traveler John S. Bowman & Co., r. 
617 Green 

Alexander Joseph D., r. 1016 Green 

Alexander Julius, boxmaker A. AValdstein, r. 62853 
Jessie 



Alexander Julius, tobacco stripper J. Solomon k Co., 

r. 2762 Mission 
Alexander L., painter, r. 902 Harrison 
Alexander Lapier, laborer, r. 706 Vallejo 
Alexander Leopold, Cal. Detective Bureau, 331 Kearny, 

room 4, r. 613 Bush 
Alexander Leopold, clerk Freund & Co., r. 706 Vallejo 
Alexander Louis, r. 116 Shipley, rear 
Alexander Louis, cigarmaker, r. 524 Jessie 
Alexander Lyman, cloak mnfr, r. 615 Bush 
Alexander Mendel, shoemaker, r. 117% Bartlett" 
Alexander Michael, clerk Lilienthal k Co., r. 706 

Vallejo 
Alexander Mining Co. (Nye Co., Ncv.) A. B. 

Cooper secretary, office 328 Montgomery, room 4 
Alexander Moses N., groceries, 944 Harrison 
Alexander Nicholas, restaurant and oyster saloon, 10 

Mason, r. 1032 Market 
Alexander Orlando, merchandisebroker, 112 Cali- 
fornia, t. East Oakland 
Alexander Oscar, clerk S. O. Alexander & Co., r. 125 

O'Farrell 
Alexander Philip, clerk William J. Newman, r. 722 

California 
Alexander Philip, dishwasher J. Ferini, r. 8 Golden 

Gate Av 
Alexander Philip, dry goods, 2762 Mission 
Alexander K. (Alexander & Fitzsimmons) r. 49 Everett 
Alexander K. Mrs., boarding, 722 California 
Alexander Reuben F., carpenter, r. McLellan, bet 

Lincoln and Colton Avs, B. H. 
Alexander Richard S., shipcarpenter, r. 1025 Mission 
Alexander Robert, quartermaster P. M. SS. City of 

New York 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, 706 Vallejo 
Alexander Samuel J., carrier Examiner, r. McLellan, 

bet Lincoln and Colton Avs, B. H. 
Alexander Samuel O. (S. O. Alexander & Co.) r. 125 

O'Farrell 
Alexander Siegfried, commission merchant, 20 Sutter, 

r. 734 Geary 
Alexander Simon, clothing, 772 Howard 
Alexander S. O. & Co. (Samuel O. Alexander and A. 

Marcus) wholesale clothing, 2 Battery 
Alexander Theodore, r. 14 5c> Harriet 
Alexander Theodore, clerk, r. 2100 Pine 
Alexander Thomas Mrs., widow, r. 70953 McAllister 
Alexander Wallace, bookkeeper, r. 1016 Green 
Alexander Walter S., lieutenant 4th Artillery, 

U. S. A., r. Black Point Reservation 
Alexander W. F., student A. Van der Naillen r. Tomb- 
stone A. T. 
Alexander W. H. Mrs., hairdresser, r. 914 Pacific 
Algxander William, clerk John H. Sayre, r. 2209 Pine 
Alexander William Rev. D. D., professor church his- 
tory, Theological Seminary, 121 Haight, r. Oak- 
land 
Alexander William F., painter, r. SE cor Gough and 

Vallejo 
Alexander William H., porter ColmanBros., r. 914 

Pacific 
Alexander William T., real estate, r. 476 Jessie 
Alexander Will. S., with P. & F. G. Conklin. r. Oak- 
land 
Alexander k Fitzsimmons (R. Alexander and James 

Fitzsimmons) wood and coal, 47-49 Everett 
Alexo Jose F.. Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

510 Bush 
Alexou Rachel Mrs., furnished rooms, 704J3 Mission 
Alferitz Peter (Dellepiane & Co.) and groceries and 

liquors, 521 Montgomery Av, r. 620 Green 
Alford Amasa, lumber surveyor, r. 66 Minna 
Alford William, teamster, r. 85 West Mission 
Alfred John N., compositor J. Winterburn & Co., r. 

809 Mason 
Alfred Rose, widow, r. 3 Boston PI 
Alfs Frank J., clerk Christian D. Postel,r. 1424 Tavlor 
Alls William (Naber, Alfs & Brune) r. 110 Lily Av 
Algeo James, shoemaker G. Pringle, r. 1019 Market, 

rear 
Algern Gustav, cook, r. 938 Howard 
Algren John, carpenter, r. 817 Jessie 
Alhambra Building, 319 Bush 

Alharabra Mining Co. (Lyon Co. Nev) Richard Wege- 
ner secretary. 414 California 
Alho Ignacio V., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

510 Bush 
Alig George, dairyman, r. 431 Pine 
Alimbau Jose, cigarmaker Diez& Ramon, r. Es Kearny 
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Allen Emma Mrs., jani tress Clement Grammar School, 

r. 633 Geary- 
Allen Ethan, tinsmith, r. 552 Mission 
Allen F. M., first officer ship Olympus 
Allen Frances Mrs., bakery, 32(i Sixteenth 
Allen Frank H., bookkeeper Boweu Bros., r. 225 Ellis 
Allen Franklin F., liquor saloon. 720 Pacific 
Allen Freder ck E., brakeman S. P. RR., r. 537 Third 
Allen Frederick M., laborer Portland Lodging House, 

807 Kearny 
Allen George, r. 410 Pacific 
Allen George, Ship Calkers' Assn, 44 Spear 
Allen George, carpenter, r. 707 Minna 
Allen George B. , boarding, 317 Powell 
Alleu George S. (W. K. Allen & Co.) r. Oakland 
Allen George W., engineer Folger. Schilling & Co., r. 

1708 Fillmore 
Allen George W., molder Union Iron Works, r. 313 

Beale 
Allen Harriet H., seamstress, r. 806 }£ Valencia 
AUen Harry, barber, 139 Fifth 
Allen Harry E., seaman, r. SW cor Cambridge and 

Bacon 
Allen Henry, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Allen Henry C, traveling salesman J. J. Mack & Co., 

r. The Truesdell 
Allen Henry F., clerk Allen & Lewis, r. 31 Essex 
Allen Henry M., r. 32JEddy 
Allen Herman, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Allen H. H., mining, office 318 Pine, rooms 16-17 
Allen Hugh, nursery, 932-934 McAllister 
Allen Isaac, printer, r. 681 Mission 
Allen Isaac P., carpenter, r. 126 Perry 
Allen Isaac P., exchange clerk Bank of California, r. 

1010 Bush 
Allen Isaac S.. mnfr archery goods, 1028 Pine 
Allen James, r. 807 Kearny 
Allen James, carriagepainter, r. 650 Natoma 
Allen James, chief engineer P. C. SS. Ahcon, r. 18 

Ridley 
Allen James, expressman, r. 36 Clay 
Allen James, expressman, cor Clay and Polk, r. 1918 

Pacific Av 
Allen James, stevedore, r. 125 Clinton 
Allen James, toilet article mnfr, 728 Bay 
Alleu James, tailor, r. 272 Clementina, rear 
Allen James, teamster, r. 429 Shipley 
Allen James A., carpenter, r. 1155 Folsom 
Allen James B., compositor Chronicle, r. 1101 Bdwy 
Allen James E., tinsmith J. F. Forderer, r. 7(i0 Mis- 
sion 
Allen James &., master scnr Emma Utter, office 7 

Mission, r. 329 Ritch 
Allen James H. , porter Olympic Club, r. Portland 

House 
Allen James M. , judge Superior Court Dept No. 

3, chambers 43 Montgomery Block, r. Palace Hotel 
Allen James M., night inspector Custom House, r. 415 

Stevenson 
Allen Jane, widow, r. NW cor Bay and Hyde 
Allen Jeremiah, saloonkeeper, r. 20 Folsom 
Allen John, capitalist, r. 24 First Av 
Allen John, drayman Wilmerding & Co., r. 1 Langton 
Allen John, matchmaker Metropolitan Match Factory, 

r. 234 Fourth 
Allen John, musician Standard Theatre, r. 858 Folsom 
Allen John, steerage steward P. M. SS. Idaho 
Allen John, showcasemaker Dixon & Bernstein, r. 858 

Folsom 
Allen John, tailor, r. 1315 Broadway 
Allen John, teamster, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen John, teamster, r. 212 Fifteenth 
Allen John D. W., clerk Allen & Lewis, r. 570 Har- 
rison 
Allen John D. W. Jr., r. 570 Harrison 
Allen John G., official reporter Superior Court, Dept 

No. 3, r. 9 Valparaiso 
Allen John H., metalroofer, r. 234 Fourth 
Allen John J., miner, r. 90S McAllister 
Allen John M., seaman, r. 8 Berry 
Allen John S., mangier La Grande Laundry, E s Thir- 
teenth, bet Folsom and Howard 
Allen John AV., porter Jones & Co., r. 1 Eddy 
Allen John W., shoemaker, r. 527 Mission 
Allen J. W., blacksmith, r. 512 Mission 
Allen Kate, domestic 830 Post 

Allen Linaher S., special policeman, r. 320 Brannan 
Allen Lizzie Mrs., r. 222 Leavenworth 
Allen Lorenzo D., coaldealer, 424 Montgomery, r. 2313 

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Alision Peter, mechanic, r. 626 Shotwell 

Alison Charles, engineer, r. 212 Seventh 

Alison William H.. third assistant engineer P. M. SS. 
City of Sidney 

Alison. See Allison 

Alkus Emil, boot»and shoes, 26 Fourth, r. 325 Ellis 

All Saints Episcopal Church, Rov. William F. Morri- 
son rector, NE cor Eddy and Polk 

Allabaugh Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 367 Minna 

Allaimbi Peter, D., linguist, r. 205 Third 

Allan James, staveeuttcr Mattullath Manuf. Co., r. 
1218 Folsom 

Allan P. Macdonald, physician, office and r. 636 Mis- 
sion 

Allan Robert, musician The Tivoli, r. 113 Polk 

Allan Robert I., cooper Mattulath Manuf. Co., r. 1022 
Bryant 

Alland Robert, shipsteward.r. 26 Steuart 

Allard L. C. Mrs., r. 1134% Bryant 

Allardt George F.. civil engineer, 432 Montgomery, 
room 9, r. Oakland 

Allari Joseph, dealer delicacies, 55-56 California 
Market, r. 417 Mason 

Allchin Thomas, driver City RR., r. 178% Fourteenth 

Alldack Joseph, groceries and liquors, SW cor Bush 
and Devisadero, r. 2517 Bush 

Allee Daniel, clerk Charles V. Gillespie, r. 735 McAl- 
lister 

Allegretti Ignatio, confectioner, 501 Sutter, r. 418 
Powell 

Allemania Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburg, Pa., Frank 
F. Stone agent, 209 Sansome 

Allen .shoemaker S. W. Rosenstock & Co., r. 119 

Third 

Allen Ada Mrs., r. 935 Howard 

Allen Addison F., with Parke & Lacy, r. 700 Do- 
lores 

Allen Albert J., supt stables Market St. RR., r. 446 
Sixth 

Allen Albert W., heater Pac. Rolling Mills, r.Es Ten- 
nessee, bet Solano and Butte 

Allen Alexander H., watchman American Sugar Re- 
finery, r. 514 Shotwell 

Allen Alfred D., mining operator, r. 906 McAllister 

Allen Alonzo W., patternmaker Union Iron Works, r. 
675 Mission 

Allen Ansel S., r. 6 Polk Lane 

Allen August C, laborer appraiser's dept Custom 
House, r. 116 Shotwell 

Allen Benjamin, cook Brooklyn Hotel 

Allen Bennett G. (Wing & Allen) r. 1711 Eddy 

Allen C.irrie M.. widow, r. 630% Minna 

Allen Cecelia Miss, r. 315 Beale 

Allen Charles, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. Seven- 
teenth Av, bet K and L, South S. F. 

Allen Charles, laborer William W. Towle 

Allen Charles, seaman, r. North German Hotel 

Allen Charles, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 

Allen Charles, tanner, r. San Bruno Hotel 

Allen Charles, upholsterer, r. 40 First 

Allen Charles D. (Bonestell, Allen & Co.) r.2500 Wash 

Allen Charles E., with Enterprise Mill and Bldg Co., 
r. 2126 Broderick 

Allen Charles F., mining, r. Occidental Hotel 

Allen Charles G., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 

Allen Charles H., bookkeeper Newell & Bro., r. 215 
Kearny 

Allen Charles H., clerk, r. 537 Sacramento 

Allen Charles H., laborer, r. 420 Jackson 

Allen Cliavles B., agent Pittsburg Coal Mining 
Co. and dealer all kinds coal, 118-120 Beale, r. 
Oakland 

Allen Charles W., engineer, r. 43 Second 

Allen Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) J. L. 
Parker secretary, 61 Nevada Block 

Alleu Cyrus, horsetrainer, r. 1112 McAllister 

Allen David H. (D. H. Allen k Co.) r. 1431 Steiner 

Allen Declan, carriagemaker M.J. McCue & Co., r. 650 
Natoma 

Allen D. H. & Co. (David H. Allen and John Kelly) 
wholesale wines and liquo s, 322-324 Front 

Allen Edgar L., secretary Redwood Mnfrs Assn, 18 
Market, rooms 1-2, r. 801 Leavenworth 

Allen Edward, clerk, r. 502 Powell » 

Allen Edward, surgeon P. M. SS. City of Tokio 

Allen Edward F. W., sawmaker, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen Edward T. , mnfrs agent, hardware, cut- 
lery and firearms, 416 Market, r. cor Fifth Av and 
Eleventh, E. Oakland 
Allen Elizabeth S. Mrs., boarding, 122 Taylor 

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Allen Lorenzo H., wholesale dealer in oysters and 

clams, 72 California Market, r. 10 Alaska PI 
Allen Lottie, r. 44% Jessie 

Allen Lucius H. (Allen & Lewis) r. 570 Harrison 
Allen Lumber S., shipwright, 107 Bryant, r. 303 Bryant 
Allen Marcus, r. 801 Leavenworth 
Allen Margaret, domestic 1717 Bush 
Allen Marietta, widow, r. 2520 Bush 
Allen Mary, chambermaid Mansion House, 961 Mission 
Allen Mary G. Mrs., furnished rooms, 238 Kearny 
Allen M. G. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 732 Howard 
Allen Michael, r. 1315 Scott, rear 
Allen Miles, ironchpper Golden Gate and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 521 Howard 
Allen N., contractor, r. 529 Sacramento 
Allen Nicholas J., clerk, r. 1315 Broadway 
Allen Oliver, r. 2500 Washington 
Allen O. P., collector Howard St. Wharf No. 2, r. 308 

Eighteenth 
Allen Peter H., teamster J. Schwegerle & Co., r. 549 

Fourth 
Allen P. K., roofer, r. 863% Market 
Allen Reece B., wool grower, r. 2607 Clay 
Allen Richard, laborer, r. 123 Folsom 
Allen Richard, laborer Jos. Macdonough, r. 330 Spear 
Allen Richard K., clerk, r. 646 Market 
Allen Robert, civil engineer, r. 119 Turk 
Allen Robert W., mate ship Blue Jacket 
Allen Samuel, clerk, r. 732 Geary 
Allen Samuel, engineer Merry, Faull & Co.,r. NW cor 

Francisco and Fillmore 
Allen Samuel, hostler, r. 522 Capp 
Allen Samuel J., bookkeeper Frank Barnard & Co., r. 

5% Monroe 
Allen Susan Miss, artist, r. 118 Eddy 
Allen Susan, widow, r. 1708 Fillmore 
Allen Theodore H. (Allen & Young) r. 712 Greenwich 
Allen Theodore H. Jr., clerk W. J. Callingham & Co., 

r. 712 Greenwich 
Allen Thomas, r. 865% Market 
Allen Thomas, marble polisher, r. 213 Clara 
Allen Thomas, truckman Hook and Ladder No. 1, S. 

F. F. D., 22 O'Farrell 
Allen Thomas J., freight clerk P. M. SS. Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Allen Thomas S., shipwright, r. 208 Eighteenth 
Allen W. C, salesman, r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Allen William, driver F. L. Such & Co., r. SW cor 

Twenty-third and Douglass 
Allen William, chief engineer O. and O. SS. Belgic, r. 

536 Second 
Allen William, expressman, r. 2213 Pine 
Allen William, laborer A. E. Swain, 636 Market 
Allen William, seaman, r. 10 Broadway 
Allen William, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Allen William A., clerk, v. 405 Sixth 
Allen William A., salesman W. T. Garratt, r. 2230 

Howard 
Allen William B., journalist Evening Bulletin, r. 

Blundell House 
Allen William C, commercial traveler, r. 203 Turk 
Allen William C, student William H. Allen, r. 313 

Leavenworth 
Allen William F., bartender Cliff House, terminuB 

Point Lobos Av 
Allen William G., journalist, r. 809 Market 
Allen William H., attorney at law, 85 Montgomery 

Block, r. 313 Leavenworth 
Allen William H., carpenter, r. 1021 Market 
Allen William H. mining secretary, 306 Pine, room 

9, r. 1907 O'Farrell 
Allen William R. (W. R. Allen & Co.) r. 513 Webster 
Allen William T., r. 104 Taylor 

ALLEN W. R. & CO. (William R. 

and George S. Allen) importers and dealers in 

plumbers' goods, 761 Market 
Allen & Lewis (Lucius H. Allen and C. H. Lewis) 

commission merchants, 202 California 
Allen & Young (Theodore H. Allen and Thomas 

Young) stevedores, 1026 Battery 
Allen. See Allan 

Allenberg Charles, mining secretary, office 630 Bran- 
nan, r. 309 Hyde 
Allenberg Leopold, bookkeeper Schweitzer, Sachs & 

Co., r. 309 Hyde 
Alley Henry L., insurance broker, 219 Sansome, r. 910 

Buchanan 
Alley Katie Miss, r. 640 Washington 
Alley Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 819 Howard 



Alley Obed F., r. 910 Buchanan 

Alley William H., longshoreman C. E. Haseltine, r. 

N s Greenwich, nr Sansome 
Alley. See Allee 

Algern Justus, cook Broneer & Smith, r. 938 Howard 
Alligate Thomas, laborer, r. 407 T^ama 
Allione Frank, restaurant and oysters, 87-88 Cen- 
tre Market, r. 23 Stockton PI 
Allione Henry (Stathopolis & Allione) r. 909 Pacific 
Allis John M. Rev., pastor Larkin St. Presbyterian 

Church, r. NW cor Larkin and Broadway 
Allison Charles, chief engineer P. M. SS. Idaho, r. 212 

Seventh 
Allison Charles, shipwright, r. 804 Third 
Allison Chales N., brassfinishei- Wiliiam T. Garratt, 

r. 138 Fremont 
Allison Daniel, mixer Pioneer White Lead Works, r. 

Stanford Hotel 
Allison David E. (Littlefield, Allison & Co.) r. Grand 

Hotel 
Allison Duncan D., clerk American-Russian Commer- 
cial Co., 718 Battery 
Allison Edwin C, boarding and lodging, NW cor 

Francisco and Fillmore 
Allison Frank J., salesman, r. 601 Stockton 
Allison James, oiler O. and O. SS. Oceanic 
Allison John C, compositor Chronicle, r. 520 Sutter 
Allison Josiah E., bookkeeper Littlefield, Allison & 

Co., r. 215 Kearny 
Allison Thomas, laborer P. M, SS. Co. 
Allison Thos. R., bookkeeper Mutual Ice Co., 718 Bat 
Allison. See Alison 

Allkire Samu 1 H., collector, r. 1026 Bush 
Allman David, r. 428 Dore 
Alluian Ernst, clerk, r. 434 Fifth 

Allman George, inspector Custom House, r. 120 Turk 
Allman George D., student Barnard's Business Col- 
lege, r. Brooklyn 
Allman Honora Mrs., groceries and liquors, 1224 

Folsom 
Allman Miles, trackman Sutter St. RR., r. 37 Austin 
Allman Thomas, laborer P. M. SS. Co. 
Allman Timothy, teamster Spring Valley W. W., 

r. 242% Clara 
Allman William, waiter City and County Hospital 
Allmayer Mark, truckman Hook and Ladder No. 3, 

S. F. F. D., S s Market, bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Allseits Caroline, domestic 1510 California 
Allseits Maetrart, shoemaker, 1147 Howard 
Allsopp James P. C, translator literary dept A. L. 

Bancroft & Co., r.6 Rondel PI 
Allsopp. See Alsop 

Allurn L. W., clerk John A. Benson, r. East Oakland 
Allwell John M., hackdriver, r. 128 Post 
Allwell M. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 128 Post 
Allwood Henry, woodcarver. S s Bryant, bet Fifth and 

Sixth, r. Thirtieth Ave, bet I and J. South S. F. 
Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW cor Gough 

and Green 
Allyne & White (John W. Allyne and William 
H. White) importers and jobbers oils, paints, 
lamps, etc., 112-114 Front, and proptrs Pacific Oil 
Works, cor Chestnut and Taylor 

Alma , waitress Ladies' Protective and Relief Soc. 

Almada D. Mrs., widow, r. 21 South Park 

Almada Frank, seaman schr Jessie Fremont, r. W s 

Sansome, nr Green 
Almaden Quicksilver Mining Co. (Sanfa Clara Co., 
Cal.) JohnF. Mahoney secretary, 331 Montgomery, 
room 39 
Almegren Charles J., seaman, r. 315 Beale 

Almon , r. 1416 Powell 

Almon D. & Co. (David Almon and William Herbert) 

coopers , 38 Commercial 
Almon David (D. Almon & Co.) r. 127 Dore 
Almon William, teamster D. Almon & Co., r. 127 Dore 
Alms House (City and County) San Miguel or 
Mission Ocean House road, 4 miles from new City 
Hall 
Alffly Thomas, seaman, r. 504 Davis 
Alpbes Juana, domestic 1717 Bush 
Aloin Henry, r. 1104 Clay 
Aloncle Julian, boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 

3 Park PI , 
Alonzo Jose\ Spanish Mutual Beuev. Soc, 730 Mont 
Alonzo Mining Co. (West Tintic.Utah) A. F. McGrew 

secretary, 420 Montgomery, room 7 
Alonzo Thomas, captain schr Talonio 
Alper Charles, groceries, New Hayes Valley Market, r. 
SW cor Grove and Buchanan 



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Alpers Charles, mnl'r neatsfoot and other oils, and 

president New Potrero Co. 700 Mission, r. NW cor 

Buchanan and Ivy Av 
Alpers Charles W., musician, r. 1623 Powell, rear 
Alpers John, musician Adelphi Theatre, r. 1522 

Powell 
Alpers Peter, porter Deming, Palmer & Co., r. 3654 

Valparaiso 
Alpers. See Albers 
Alpha Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nevada) 

William Willis secretary, 29 Nevada Block 
Alpha Hydraulic Gravel Mining Co. (Nevada Co., 

Cal.) James Ireland secretary, 216 Sansome 
Alps Ernest, cabinetmaker, r. 8 Boardman PI 
Alroy William, housepainter, r. Ill Virginia 
Alsberg Bertha Miss, r. 1009 Broadway 
Alsberg Sigmund, mining, r. 1009 Broadway 
Alsenz Jacob, shoemaker, r. 1614 Post, rear 
Alsop Jobn S., umbrella and parasolmaker, 341 Bush, 

r. 615 Pine 
Alsop William H., painter, r. 28 Minna 
Alsop. See Allsop 

Alstrom Frederick, teamster, r. 13 Steuart 
Alt Bernard, porter Littlefield, Allison & Co., r. 608 

Vallejo 
Alt Christopher, shoemaker, r. 608 Vallejo 
Alt Joseph, hostler William P. Lambert 
Alta California (daily and weekly) Frederick 

MacCrellish & Co. proptrs, 529 California 
Alta California Almanac (annual) Frederick 

MacCrellish & Co. proptrs, 529 California 
Alta California Building, 529 California 
Alta Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) William H. 

Watson secretary, 302 Montgomery, room 5 
Alta Job Printing Office, William A. Woodward 

& Co. proptrs, 529 California 
Alta Soap Co. (William A. Engwer and Samuel Wein- 

traub) mnfrs toilet and laundry soaps, 109-111 

Oregon 
Altemus John, bakery, SE cor Twenty-sixth and Col- 
umbia 
Altenberg Fritz, tailor, r. 110 William 
Altenburg Charles, dishwasher H. Hoesch, r. 515 Sac- 
ramento 
Altenburg Pauline, widow, r. 830 Greenwich 
Altendorf Julius, polisher and grinder, 32 Fremont, r. 

Oakland 
Altfield Abel, pedlar, r. 522% Natoma 
Altfleld Simon, pedlar, r. 209 % Clara 
Althausen John, bartender, r. 1024 Pacific 
Altheii Bernard, baker, r. 213% Clara 
Althof Brothers (Theodore and Ernest) proptrs Bay 

Oyster House, 626 Market 
Althof Ernest (Althof Bros.) r. Oakland 
Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Althof Theodore (Althof Bros.) r. 1029 Valencia 
Althof & Bahls (Herman Althof and John F. W. 

Bahfs) bookbinders and paper rulers, 329 Sansome 
Althouse Windmill Co., L. H. Woodin agent, 13 — 19 

Front 
Altaian Charles, clerk Samuel Label, r. 144 Shipley 
Altaian Emma Miss, r. 144 Shipley 
Altman Fannie Mit-s, machine operator E. Detrick & 

Co., r. 144 Shipley 
Altman J. E., r. 403 O'Farrell 
Altman Louis, bookkeeper, r. 1007% Minna 
Altman Louis, painter, r. 144 Shipley 
Altman Sigmund L., cigarmaker J. Schmetzer, r. 3% 

■ Monroe 
Altman Tessie Miss, sewing machine operator, r. 144 

Shipley 
Altman Theresa, widow, r. 144 Shipley 
Altmann Carl, machinist, r. 314 Minna 
Altaiann Edwin, tailor, r. 110 William, rear 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, 1026 Sutter 
Altmark Louis, stock clerk Bosenthal, Feder & Co., r. 

742 Harrison 
Altmayer Aaron, r. 435 Golden Gate Av 
Altmayer Abraham, supt factory Cahn, Nickelsburg 

& Co., r. 823 Turk 
Alton Louis, lather, r. 636 Commercial 
Alton Francis C, clerk F. Dexter, r. 912 Jackson 
Alton Robert, seaman, r. 40% S Stanly PI 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co., Cal.) 

Charles Allenberg secretary, 630 Brannan 
Altorae Tiofilo, laborer, r. 3 Salmon 
Altpeter Charles, r. 226 Oak 
Altraz G., with Hancock & Kelso, r. NW cor Bay and 

Powell 
Altreuter Emma, domestic International Hotel 



Altreuter William, steward International Hotel 
Altschul Charles, agent Goldman & Co. (of Phoenix 

A. T.) office 218 California, room 7, r. Oakland 
Altschul Charles, exchange teller Lazard Frereo, r 

2517 Sutter 
Altschul Leopold (Altschul, Seller & Co.) r. 1205 

Bush 
Altschul Ludwig, r. 2517 Sutter 
Altschul Richard, bookkeeper Kahn Bros., r. 2517 

Sutter 
Altschul, Seller & Co. (Leopold Altschul and Samuel 

Seller) wholesale crockery, glassware, etc., 119 

Battery 
Altshuler Amelia, teacher music, r. 337 Sixteenth 
Altshuler H. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 237 

Sixteenth, r. 337 Sixteenth 
Altshuler Ida, milliner Mrs. H. Altshuler, r. 337 Six- 
teenth 
Altshuler Levi, clothing and furnishing goods, 243 

Sixteenth, r. 337 Sixteenth 
Altshuler Samuel, clerk Levi Altshuler, r. 337 Six- 

'teenth 
Altube Bernard, rancher, r. 1508 Powell 
Altube Peter, wholesale butcher, r. 23 Oak Grove Av 
Altvater Francis, porter A. J. Plate & Co., r. S s 

Twenty-fourth, bet San Jose Av and Guerrero 
Altwater David, engineer National Mills, r. Alameda 
Alva Miguel, porter Barrett & Sherwood, r. NW cor 

Washington and Sansome 

Alvan Mme., fortuneteller, r. 32 Fourth 

Alvarado A., r. 22 Turk 

Alvarado Eliza Miss, teacher music, r. 5 Prospect PI 

Alvarado J. M., painter, r. 741 Market 

Alvarado P. Mrs., widow, r. 5 Prospect PI 

Alvaiez Anastasio, Cigarmakers' Assn, 807 Market 

Alvarez Francisco, cigarmaker Diez & Ramon, r. 12 

St. Charles PI 
Alvarez Marie, widow, r. 1903 Stockton 
Alvarez Rafael H. Mrs., r. 533 Vallejo 
Alvarnas Amaso Jose, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush 
Alvarnas Geronimo A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush 
Alvarnas Jose R., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Alverson Charlotte, widow, r. 213 Seventh 
Alverson Stephen H., blacksmith -Eugene Soule, r. 

213 Seventh 
Alvert Louis, teamster, r. 613 Pine 
Alves Domingos, coaloil and lamps, 528 Fourth 
Alves Frederick, teamster, r. 442% Brannan 
Alves Joseph, seaman P. M. SS. Colima, r. 54 Sac 
Alvey Charles W., stoves and tinware, 24 Montgom- 
ery Av, r. 1813 Stockton 
Alvisa Joseph, vaquero, r. SW cor Thirteenth Av and 

P, South S. F. 
Alvord Frank, carpenter, r. 1219 Pacific 
AlvordH. B., r. 564 Folsom 
Alvord Joseph, seaman, r. 1014 Montgomery 
Alvord Mary Mrs., fancy goods, 1219 Pacific 
Alvord. William, president Pac. Rolling Mill Co., 

office 203 Market, and president Bank of Califor- 
nia, NW cor California and Sansome, S. F. Park 

Commissioner, and Police Commissioner, r. 564 

Folsom 
Alvord William M., paymaster Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 

109 Fifth 
Alzamoore J., laborer P. M. SS. Co. 
Amador Canal and Mining Co. (Amador Co., Cal.) R. 

N. Van Brunt secretary, 318 Pine, room 6 
Amador John, bootblack, 5 Powell, r. 19 Murray Court 
Amador Mining Co. (Arizona) office 318 Pine, room 27 
Amador Tunnel, Mill and Mining Co. (Amador Co., 

Cal.) Abraham Halsey secretary, 328 Montgom- 
ery, room 7 
Amanta Salvatori, packer P. Marsicano, r. 384 Dupont 
Amaru 1 Frank A. hostler Emil Groeper, r. 9 Wash 
Amark Barbado, widow, r. 408 Twenty-second 
Amarum Moritz, notions, 517 Wash, r. 1036 Folsom 
Amau Frank, printer, r. 531 Vallejo 
Amazon Consolidated Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.) 

John Crockett secretary, 8 S. F. Stock Exchange 
Amazon Distilling Co. Covington, Ky.) Oberf elder 

Bros. & Co. agents, 123 California, room 17 
Amazon Fire Insurance Co. (of Cincinnati) 

Andrew D. Smith agent, 310 California 
Amber Elsie Miss, fringemaker S. Ettinger, r. 617 

Ninth 
Ambler Benjamin, clerk Langley & Michaels, r. 2812 

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Ambler Stephen F. miner, r. 424 Sansonie 

Ambrogi Narcisso, Bersaglieri Guard, 625 Broadway 

Ambrose , laborer, r. 28 First 

Ambrose Edward A., stage manager Standard Theatre, 
r. 1034 Folsom 

Ambrose Harriet, widow, r. 1826 Vallejo 

Ambrose J., coalpasser American Sugar Refinery 

Ambrose James (Ambrose & Horan) r. 540 Birch Av 

Ambrose John, carpenter, r. S s Lombard, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk 

Ambrose Joseph, laborer A. Onderdonk, r. 1118 Kear 

Ambrose Joseph, salesman A. Inguglia, r. 1118 Kearny 

Ambrose Samuel, miner, r. 903 Twenty-third 

Ambrose T., laborer American Sugar Refinery 

Ambrose Thomas, sheep raiser, r. 771 Mission 

Ambrose & Horan (James Ambrose and J. J. Horan) 
dealers poultry and game. 78-79 Centre Market 

Ambrosio Jose, Spanish Mutual Benev. Assn, 730 
Montgomery 

Ambrunn Frederick, tinsmith J. F. Forderer, r. 328 
Minna 

Amedee Camille, driver, r. 409 Post 

Amedee Edward, agent Cunningham's Hayward Ex- 
press, 106 Davis, r. 409 Post 

Amedee Peter, jobber, r. 409 Post 

Amelia Gold Mining Co. (Calaveras Co., Cal.) John B. 
Leightou secretary, 527 Clay 

Amelung Julius C, broker, r. 10 Mint Av 

Amend Charles, porter Abrams & Carroll, r. 1413 Dupt 

Amende Ernst, cook New Atlantic Hotel 

Amendt Emile, carpenter, r. San Bruno Hotel 
I American Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) John E. 
Mason secretary, 306 Pine, room 6 

American Central Insurance Co. (St. Louis) 
H. W. Snow general agent, 319 California 
j American Colony (Los Angeles, Cal.) W. H. Martin 
general agent, Chronicle Bldg, room 3 

American District Telegrapn Co., John I. 
Sabin supt. Main office 222 Sansonie ; branch of- 
ces 205 Sutter, 833 Sutter, 961 Mission, cor Califor- 
nia and Fillmore, cor Hayes and Laguna, C. P. RR. 
Bldg cor Fourth and Townsend, cor Union and 
Powell, NE cor Mission and Twentieth, and cor 
Kentucky and First Av, South S. F. 

American Druids' Journal, Daniel Brown 
publisher, 644 Market 

American Exchange Hotel, Charles Montgomery 
proptr, 319-323 Sansome 

American Fire Insurance Co. (Philadelphia) Jonathan 
Hunt, Son & Co. managers, 313 California 

American Flag Mill and Mining Co. (Pioche, Nev.) 
George R. Spinney secretary, 310 Pine, rooms 44-46 

American Flat Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) Charles 
A. Sankey secretary, office 331 Mont, room 20 

American Hall, Patrick F. Kearney proptr, NW cor Pa- 
cific and Leavenworth . 

American Henry A. Mrs., r. 31 Eddy 

American Home Missionary Society, J. H. Warren, 
D. D.supt, 7 Montgomery Av, room 23 

American Lloyd's Register American and Foreign 
Shipping, Samuel P. Wells agent, 416 California 

American Mercantile Union, retail dealers' 
protective agency, David Lindenborn manager, 
office 108 St. Ann's Bldg 

American Metric Bureau, Alex. W. H. Mac Ewen 
agent, 108 Leidesdorff 

American Mining Co. (Silver City, Nev.) Mark E. 
Sperling secretary, 309 California, room 14 

American Morocco Case Co. (New York) Anton Miihs 
agent, 208 Sutter 

American Pipe Co., Calvert Meade secretary, office 324 
Pine, room 8, factory SE cor Santa Clara and Min- 
nesota 

American Protective and Collection Agen- 
cy, F. J. Bigham manager, F. B. Cook secretary, 
office 409 California, rooms 1-2 

American Protestant Association Hall, 713 Mission 

American-Rufsian Commercial Co.. Charles Baum 
president, 718 Battery 

American Salt Co., L.N.Webber manager, 217 
Sacramento, factory, 27-31 Main 

American Samson, physician, office 405 Kearny, r. 
1306 Howard 

American Saw Co., William J. Tucker manager, 
26 Spear 

American Sugar Refinery, C. Adolphe Low & 
Co. agents, SW cor Battery & Union, office 208 
California 

American Sunday School Union, Rev. Frederick E. 
Shearer agent, 757 Market 



American Tack Co. (Fairhaven, Mass.) Richards & 
Snow agents, 408 Market 

American Tobacco Factory, Baumgartner & Bohla 
proptrs, 230-232 Fourteenth 

American Tract Society, Rev. Frederick E. 
Shearer secretary, 757 Market 

American Type Foundry, 510 Clay 

Americk John H., carpenter Robinson & Gillespie 

Amerige George Mrs., r. 122 Taylor 

Amerman Charles F., messenger melters' and refin- 
ers' dept U. S. Mint, r. San Leandro 

Ames , watchman Pac. Power Co. 

Ames Benjamin F., teamster Davis & Cowell, r. 541 
Stevenson, rear 

Ames Charles E., printer Dodge Bros., r. 541 Steven- 
son, rear 

Ames Edward, clerk, r. 2 Caroline PI 

Ames Edwin G., clerk Pope & Talbot, r. 606 Folsom 

Ames Fisher, attorney at law, 607 Kearny, r. 1222 
Pine 

Ames Frank, painter John L. Cahill, r. 209 Post 

Ames Frank, seaman, r. SW cor Pacific and East 

Ames Frank M., with O. Lawton & Co., r. Grand 
Hotel 

Ames Frederick F., salesman Joseph Fredericks & Co., 
r. 44 Third 

Ames George, machinist I. A. Heald, r. Oakland 

Ames George £., mining operator, r. 1027 McAllister 

Ames George H., clerk C. A. Klinkner & Co., r. 1013 
Vallejo 

Ames George H., ship clerk, r. 906 Leavenworth 

Ames George S., engineer swing crew Alameda Ferry, 
r. 566 Minna 

Ames Henry K., r. 136 Twenty-sixth 

Ames Henry M. Jr., merchant, r. The Baldwin 

Ames I. B., r. 529 Geary 

Ames Martha Miss, assistant Potrero Primary School, 
r. 218 Eddy 

Ames Mary E., widow, ladies' nurse, r. 213 Chatta- 
nooga 

Ames Oscar H., cutter Neustadter Bros.,r. 213 Chatta- 
nooga 

Ames Pelham W., secretary Sutro Tunnel Co., 320 
California, room 8, r. San Rafael 

Ames Robert C, City Gas Inspector, office old City 
Hall, r. 1124 McAllister 

Ames Simon R., clerk Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., r. 136 Twenty-sixth 

Ames William C, student Pac. Business College, r. 
315 Webster 

Amette Baptiste, barber, 316 Hayes 

Amey Marcus, dairyman Franklin R. Smith, r. S s 
Persia Av, nr Mission Road 

Amick Hiram, collector Gas Consumers' Assn, 202 
Bush 

Amick Myron J., with Gas Consumers' Assn, 202 
Bush ^ 

Amidon Cyrus S., salesman J. W. Davidson & Co., r. 
34 Eleventh 

Amman Frank, fruit pedlar, r. 305 Davis 

Ammann Adolph, tanner Laguna Tannery, r. 683 
Clementina 

Ammerup George A., paints, oils, varnishes, 
wall paper, etc., 1220 Market 

Amnion Bernhard von, merchant, 310 Califor- 
nia, r. 1922 Sacramento 

Amora Catello, laborer, r. 6 Washington 

Amos Alexander C, conductor Geary St., P. and O. 
RR., r. 1505 Buchanan 

Amos E. Mrs., r. 415 Van Ness Av 

Amos George, cooper Mattullath Manuf. Co., r. cor 
Vallejo and Haight 

Amos John T., millwright, r. 1721 % Hyde 

Amos Margaret, domestic NW cor Buchanan and Oak 

Amos Philip, student, r. 415 Van Ness Av 

Amoskeag Axe Co. (Manchester, N. H.) Richards & 
Snow agents, 408 Market 

Amsbary Susan Mrs., adjuster coiners' dept U. 8. 
Mint, r. 34 Golden Gate Av 

Arnsbury Martin, seaman, r. 19 Gilbert 

Amsbury T. W., oiler P. C. SS. Victoria 

Amsden Ernest (G. T. Marsh & Co.) 625 Market 

Amsterdam Board of Underwriters, James 
De Fremery & Co. agents, 410 Battery 

Amundsen August, upholsterer, r. 722 Shotwell 
Amy Gustavus L., salesman Hoffman & Co., r. Lick 
House 

Amy Winfield, salesman, r. 507 Sixth 
Anaguostopoulos Atanasi (J.Dabcovich & Co.) r. 1020 
Market 



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Manufacturers Inijirovcil Wax Candles, 
mining. Coach and Hotel Candles. 



nm D |/UniUI CO S. QflKI Wholesale andRetail Dealersin LDMBEB. S.E. cor. 
UCU. D. iMiUVVLlO OC OUll, Mission and Main StS., and N.W. cor. Bryant and Main Sts. 



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Anaguostopoulos Nicholas, r. 16 Stockton 

Analler B., seaman, r. 132 Steuart 

Anatomical Museum, Louis J. Jordan proptr, George 

M. Seaman supt, 751 Market 
Ancel Gustave, bartender, r. 1623 Powell 
Ancell William, r. 256% Tehama 
Anchick Conrad, sash and blindmaker Albert Wash- 

burn, r. 245 % Clara 
Anchor Christian, pedlar, r. 318 Davis 
Anchor Henry, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anchor Saloon, M. Detels & Co. proptrs, 8 Sac 
Anchus George, mate P. M. SS. Co., r. 514 Second 
Ancient Order United Workmen, office 40 

St. Ann's Bldg 
Ancon C, printer, r. 537 Sacramento 
Ancon Hotel, John F. Hinrichs proptr, 9-11 Pacific 
Anderau Joseph S., sausagemaker, r. 1517 Leav 
Anderegg & Both (Cincinnati, O.) dealers bacon, 
hams, etc., W. J. Houston & Co. agents, 205 Front 
Anderfuren Brothers (Charles A. and William J.) 

proptrs S. F. Pattern Works, 114-116 Beale 
Anderfuren Charles A. (Anderfuren Bros.) r. 1042 

Twentieth 
Anderfuren Jacob, Swiss Mutual Benev. Soc, 627 

Commercial 
Anderfuren John, tailor, r. 1429 Twenty-fourth 
Anderfuren William J. (Anderfuren Bros.) r. 552 

Seventeenth 
Anderlund Herman, carpenter, r. 339 Bryant 
Anders Albert, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 114 

Perry 
Andersen Amelia, domestic 1124 Bush 
Andersen Andrew, liquor saloon, 250 Spear 
Andersen Andrew, seaman, t. Sailors' Home 
Andersen Arthur A., seaman, r. 8 Berry 
Andersen August, r. 322 Beale 
Andersen Carl F., seaman, r. 5 Jackson 
Andersen Carlos, seaman, r. 409 Drumm 
Andersen Charles, driver Central BR., r. 546 Tehama, 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. 132 Stuart 
Andersen Christian, watchman Merchants' Dry Dock, 

r. 1530 Montgomery, rear 
Andersen Frederick, cabinetmaker Theodore Erdin, 

r. E s San Bruno Road, nr Fifteenth Av 
Andersen George, master mariner, r. 8 Berry 
Andersen Hans, baker, r. 703 Hyde 
Andersen Hans P., tailor William D. Young, r. 31b 

Minna 
Andersen Harboe (Andersen & Petersen) r. 624 Bran 
Andersen & Petersen (Harboe Andersen and John 

Petersen) liquor saloon, 804 Fourth 
Andersen Henry, carpenter, r. 1026 Hampshire 
Andersen Henry F., seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Andersen Jens, laborer, r. 418 Drumm 
Andersen John, Silverman Palace Hotel 
Andersen John A., assistant janitor B'nai B'rith Hall 

and janitor Beth Israel, r. 321% O'Farrell 
Andersen Julius, shirt mnfr, r. New Atlantic Hotel 
Andersen Leanderseu, cook, r. 127 Jackson 
Andersen Martin, tanner Funcke i: Co., r. Sixth Av, 

bet Q and R, South S. F. 
Andersen Mary, domestic 1626 Jackson 
Andersen Mathias, laborer, r. 3 Baldwin Court 
Andersen N., seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Andersen Niels, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
Andersen N. P.. 6eaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Andersen Olef P., seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Andersen Oliver, telegraph repairer, r. 250 Spear 
Andersen Theodore, fireman, r. 9 Pacific 
Andersen William, bartender Lessmann & Windhaus, 

r. 1602 Geary 
Andersen William T., broom maker, r. 829 Folsom 
Anderson A., pianomaker Sherman, Clay & Co., r. 617 

Post 
Anderson A., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson A., shoemaker, r. 537 Sacramento 
Anderson A., tanner A. B. Patrick & Co. 
Anderson A. B. Mrs., assistant Lincoln Grammar 

School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Abram, dairyman, r. N s Market, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Anderson A.C., clerk Steylaars & Rossi, r. 113 Stock 
Anderson Adolph F., sorter Morris Solomon, r. 417 

Mason 
Anderson Adolph L., insurance, r. 258 Eighth 
Anderson Albert, fireman 6tmr George Harley 
Anderson Albert G, gilder Louis Dampf, r. 2114 How- 
ard 
Anderson Albert J., laborer, r. 1337 Bush 



Anderson Albert P., salesman Charles N. Palmer, r. 

108 Hyde 
Anderson Alexander, cooper David Woerner, r. 103 

Mission 
Anderson Alfred (Anderson k Gardner) r. 160 Clara 
Anderson Alfred, laborer, r. 15 Frederick 
Anderson Anders, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Andrew, bartender A. Davis, 13 Steuart 
Anderson Andrew, coffee saloon, 540 Market, r. 720 

Mission 
Anderson Andrew, helper Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 506 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon, SE cor Drumni and 

Washington 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 544 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, seaman bark Enoch Talbot 
Anderson Andrew, seaman schr American Girl 
Anderson Andrew, seaman stmr Constantine 
Anderson Andrew, seaman P. M. SS. City of Panama 
Anderson Andrew, second officer swing crew Alameda 

Ferry 
Anderson Andrew, stonecutter, r. 152 Minna 
Anderson Andrew, tailor J. Wisluzil.r. 8 August Alley 
Anderson Andrew, treeer Rosenthal, Feder & Co., r. 

516 Filbert 
Anderson Andrew, with Cal. Oil Works, r. 218% Ritch 
Anderson Andrew J., carriagesmith, r. 2009 Fol, rear 
Anderson Andrew M., master mariner, r. 126 Capp 
Anderson Andrew N., Swedish Soc, 71 New Mont 
Anderson Annie, domestic 1420 Taylor 
Anderson Anthony, cook, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Anthony horseman, r. 174 Jessie 
Anderson Anton, seaman schr Dreadnaught, r. NEcor 

Drumm and Jackson 
Anderson Anton, stableman Alexander Weed, r. 212 

Mason 
Anderson Antonio C, grocer, r. NWcor Twenty-ninth 

and Sanchez 
Anderson A. P., Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
Anderson August, seaman schr Laura M. Damon 
Anderson August, laborer, r. 418 Drumm 
Anderson August, seaman, r. 11 Clay 
Anderson August, siarnan, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson August, shoemaker Isaac Rosethal, r. 

Branch House 
Anderson August, tailor, r. 20 Berry 
Anderson August W., broiler Market St. Restaurant, 

r. 643 Post 
Anderson Augustus G., machinist Fulton Iron Works, 

r. 185 Sixteenth 
Anderson Benjamin, seaman, r. 10 Jackson 
Anderson Benjamin F., bartender William D. Car- 
mack, r. 746 Howard 
Anderson Bernard, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Bernhard, seaman, r. Sanders' Hotel 
Anderson Birdie Miss, shoefitter Thomas H. Arm- 
strong, r. 47 Grove 
Anderson Brothers (William B. and Richard K.) car- 
penters, 612 California and 2 Golden Gate Av 
Anderson C, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson C, seaman stmr Constantine 
Anderson Catherine Mrs., clerk H. Heitmuller, r. 

1602 Geary 
Anderson Catherine M., widow, stationery, 850 Wash 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 22 Isis 
Anderson Charles, cook, r. 26 Everett 
Anderson Charles, cook P. C. SS. S+ate of California 
Anderson Charles, distributor La Grande Laundry, 

E s Thirteenth, bet Folsom and Howard 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, r. 36 Clay 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, r. 163 Dore 
Anderson Charles, painter, r. 739 Minna 
Anderson Charles, porter Charles J. Butler, r. 249 

Stevenson 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Anderson Charles, seaman schr Mission Canal 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson Charles, seaman stmr Humboldt, r. 47 Sac 
Anderson Charles, storekeeper A. W. Wilson, r. 342 

Clementina 
Anderson Charles, tailor, 625 Merchant, r. 447 Minna 
Anderson Charles, waiter, r. 8 Sherwood PI 
Anderson Charles A., liquor saloon, 209 Jackson, r. 

266 Minna 
Anderson Charles E., bookkeeper Howard H. Shinn, 

r. 602 Buchanan 
Anderson Charles E., seaman, r. 415 East 



PAPER HANGINGS 



Importer of French, American and En 
Hangings. Private Residences 
Decorated in Artistic Style. 



lish Paper 

Geo. W.Clarfc 645 Market 



IInrCKXjEir, SWEBS tt HAYES, FJJJLTOX IRON WORKS. 213 Fremont Street, 
Manufacturers of JffOISTIXO WOBH.S, CAOES, RITCKKTS and CARS. 



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Anderson Charles J., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Charles J., tailor, r. 6 Gerke Alley- 
Anderson Charles L., awning and tentniaker, 856 

Howard 
Anderson Charles L., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Charles M., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Charles P., seaman, r. 4 Frederick 
Anderson Christian, clerk, r. W s Capp, bet Twenty- 

flfth and Twenty-sixth 
Anderson Christian, painter, r. 715 Clementina, rear 
Anderson Christina Mrs., cigarmaker.r. 466 Tehama 
Anderson Christopher, night clerk American Ex- 
change Hotel, r. 227 Second 
Anderson Clara A. Mrs., kindergarten, 29 Turk 
Anderson Cunrad, cook A. Keusche, r. 1710 Mason, 

rear 
Anderson David C, actor Standard Theatre, r. 812 

Powell 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Edward A., r. 1% Liberty 
Anderson Edward J., naval architect, office 9 Spear, 

r. 524 Sutter 
Anderson Edward R., clerk freight dept C. P. RE. 

Oakland Ferry, r. 433 McAllister 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow, r. S s Solano, bet DeHaro 

■and Carolina 
Anderson Emile, machinist Pac. Rolling Mills, r. W s 

Georgia, bet Sierra and Shasta 
Anderson Emma Miss, bookbinder, r. 328 Seventh 
Anderson Emma, widow, r. 317 % Hayes 
Anderson Eric M., cutter Joseph T. Poheim, r. 417 

Bu6h 
Anderson Eva S. Miss, teacher Market St. Primary 

• School, r. 14 Guy PI 
Anderson F. Mrs., widow, r. 417 Bush 
Anderson Flora, shoefltter, r. 1115 Sansome 
Anderson Francis X., waiter R. J. Techau, r. 309 Te- 
hama 
Anderson Frank, r. 426 Kearny 
Anderson Frank, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Frank, speculator, r. 126 Sixth 
Anderson Frank H., letter carrier Post Office, r. 409 

Folsom 
Anderson Frank P., butcher, r. 728Vallejo 
Anderson Frederick, fisherman, r. 8 Berry 
Anderson Frederick, mate schr Aurora 
Anderson Frederick, quartermaster P. M. SS. City of. 

Tokio 1 

Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 105 Jackson 
Anderson Frederick, seaman schr Wavelet, r. 26 Sa$ 
Anderson Frederick A., decorator, r. 728% Howard 
Anderson Frederick A., saloon, NW cor Brannan and 

Ninth 
Anderson Frederick P., matestmr Dora, r. 503 Folsom 
Anderson Fritz M., millman Fulda Bros., r. 715 Clem- 
entina, rear 
Anderson Gabriel, Swedish Soc, 71 New Montgomery 
Anderson G. C, Cigarmaker's Assn, 807 Market 
Anderson George, r. Green Tree House 
Anderson George, cook, r. 104 Mission 
Anderson George, mining, r. 829 Folsom 
Anderson George, seaman, 'r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 137 Townsend 
Anderson George, waiter Wilson & Fait, r. 47 Sac 
Anderson George A., policeman City Hall, r. 139 

Fourth 
Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 323 Oak 
Anderson George L., Lieut. 4th Artillery U. S. A., Al- 

catraz Island 
Anderson George W. (G. W. Anderson & Co.) r. 1674 

Atlantic, Oakland 
Anderson George W., miner, r. 536 Pine 
Anderson G. H., Tailors' Pro. Union, SW cor Kearny 

and Morton 
Anderson Gracie, with Augustus Aristide, 58 Steuart 
Anderson Gustav, seamanvr. 28 Clay 
Anderson Gustave, cook, r. 2 Russell 
Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 5 Washington 
Anderson Gustave. seaman, r. 7 Merchant 
Anderson G. W. & Co. (George W. Anderson and 

Charles A. Harper) Oakland and San Francisco 

express, '331 East 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 739 Minna 
Anderson Hans P., seaman, r. 242 Fremont 
Anderson Hans S., seaman, r. 519 Sacramento 
Anderson Henry, captain schr Matthew Turner, office 

310 Sansome, r. 121 Francisco 
Anderson Henry, inventor, r. 602 Third 
Anderson Henry, pantryman, r. 636 Commercial 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 28 Clay 



Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 

Anderson He'nry A., pressman F. W. Croudace & Co., 

r. 430 Montgomery 
Anderson Henry G., with J. S. Marshall, r. 114 Valpa- 
raiso 
Anderson Henry R., Lieut. 4th Artillery U. S. A., 

Pre6idio 
Anderson Henry W., woodcarver, r. 347 Brannan 
Anderson Herman, coachman, r. 255 Minna 
Anderson Hilda E., widow, r. 114 Valparaiso 
Anderson H. K., captain schr Josephine 
Anderson Honora Miss, r. 184 Jessie 
Anderson Hugh, photographic gallery, 506 Valencia 
Anderson Isaac M., mining operator, r. 735 Harrison 
Anderson J., seaman schr Clara Light 
Anderson J. A., laborer American Sugar Refinery, r. 

212 First 
Anderson J. A., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Jacob, coachman, r. 1840 California 
Anderson James, assistant packer clothing dept 

U. S. A., r. 818 Foisom 
Anderson James, bootblack, 213 Sixth 
Anderson James, clerk, r. 531 Stevenson 
Anderson James, coachman 1834 California 
Anderson James, laborer, r. 135 Langton, rear 
Anderson James, laborer P. M. SS. Co. 
Anderson James, laundryman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson James, longshoreman G. H. Whitney, 114 

Steuart 
Anderson James, lumberman, r. 32 Everett, rear 
Anderson James, second mate bark Rival, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 510 Davis 
Anderson James, stevedore, r. 416 Greenwich 
Anderson James Mrs., widow, r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson James A., machine operator Rosenthal, 

Feder k Co., r. 417 Greenwich 
Anderson James D., stevedore, r. W s Sansome, bet 

Union and Green 
Anderson James H., bookkeeper Samuel H. Harmon, 

r. 420 Van Ness Av 
Anderson James H., clerk Cal. Insurance Co., r. 2631 

Howard 
Anderson James H., nurse City and County Hospital 
Anderson James S., salesman A. C. Dietz & Co., r. 216 

Fair Oaks 
Anderson James W., principal Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Jane, widow, r. 417 Greenwich 
Anderson Jerome A., physician, 1108 Folsom 
Anderson J. N., student Heald's Business College 
Anderson Johanna, widow, r. 519 Sixth 
Anderson John, r. 537 Sacramento 
Anderson John, bartender F. Ahlgren, r. 20 Folsom 
Anderson John, cabinetmaker, r. 617 Post 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 409 Drumm 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 609% Howard 
Anderson John, carpenter City RR., r. 534 Sixteenth 
Anderson John, carriage smith Edwin Falkingham, r. 

20U9 Folsom, rear 
Anderson John, engineer Palace Hotel 
Anderson John, hidetrimmer N. Rodgers, r. 2525 Cal 
Anderson John, hotelkeeper, r. 518 Mission 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 410 Beale 
Anderson John, laborer, r. AV s Railroad Av, bet Eighth 

and Ninth Avs, South S. F. 
Anderson John, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. W s 

Georgia, bet Sierra and Shasta 
Anderson John, lithographic printer M.Schmidt & 

Co., r. 255 Clementina 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 100% Jackson 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 534 Howard 
Anderson John, marker La Grande Laundry, E s 

Thirteenth, bet Folsom and Howard 
Anderson John, millhand, r. 137 Perry 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 317 Beale, rear 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson John, shampooer Hammam Baths, r. Eighth, 

nr Folsom 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 7 August Alley 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 403 O'Farrell 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 1111 Kearny 
Anderson John, wood and coal, 347 Brannan 
Anderson John A., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson John A., teamster, r. 166 Clara 
Anderson John C. (Anderson & Co.) r. NW cor Twen- 
ty-ninth and Sanchez 
Anderson John C, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson John F., seaman, r. 328-Seventh 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY Prom P* A „"l?*L ^ S^ s t x , : Washin9 



J. MACDONOUGH, 



CUMBERLAND, LEHIGH AND ENGLISH FOUNDRY COKE, 
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Anderson John H. E., ruillhand M. k A. Hansen, r. 

1312 Broderick 
Anderson John M., dep Assessor, r. 29 Turk 
Anderson John M., expressman, 1220 Market, r. 510 

Shotwell 
Anderson John V., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Joseph, butcher, r. 1517 Leavenworth 
Anderson Joseph, gardener Golden Gate Park, r. San 

Miguel 
Anderson Joseph, laborer, r. 338 Minna 
Anderson Joseph, messman P. M. SS. City of Panama 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 1-tO Folsom 
Anderson Joseph, seaman bktu Jane A. Falkinburg 
Anderson Joseph D., clerk, r. 115 Minna 
Anderson J. P., driver Bliven & Mitchell, r. Oakland 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson J.W., merchant, r. The Windsor 
Anderson Katie Miss, r. 25G Jessie, rear 
Anderson Karston, bartender Frank Bernzott, r. 628 

Grove 
Anderson Laras, cabinet maker Snyder & Reichling, 

r. 907 Folsom 
Anderson Lars, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Anderson Lars, soapmaker. r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Louis, blacksmith O. B. Peasley, r. 1313 

Jackson 
Andt rson Louis, driver Zadock W. Moore, r . 138 Bose Av 
Anderson Louis, laborer, r. 258 Eighth 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. NE cor Spear and Howard 
Anderson Louis, seaman stmr Los Angeles 
Anderson Louis, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 219 Minna 
Anderson Louis H., lamps and tinware, 432 Mont- 
gomery Av, r. 602 Third 
Anderson M., r. 36 Clay 

Anderson M., seaman Oregon B. and N. Co's SS. Col- 
umbia 
Anderson Margaret, domestic 1524 Mission 
Anderson Marion Miss, teacher South S. F. School, r. 

2127 Bnsh 
Anderson Martha, domestic 1124 Bush 
Anderson Martin, seaman, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson Mary Miss, r. 1427 California 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 141 H Minna 
Anderson Mary Miss, operator Levi Strauss & Co., r. 

564 Howard 
Anderson Mary Miss, shoe fitter Levinsky Bros., r.,W 

s Sansome, nr Union 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1 Moultou PI 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. W s Sansome, nr Union 
Anderson Mathilda Miss, matron Old Peoples' Home, 

8 s Francisco, bet Stockton and Powell 
Anderson M. E. Mrs., widow, r. 32 Everett, rear 
Anderson Matthew A., teacher music, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Michael, seaman, r. 105 Clark 
Anderson M. B., laborer, r. 107 Fifth 
Anderson M. T. Mrs., r. 420 Jackson 
Anderson Nettie H. Miss, assistant Jackson St. Pri- 
mary School, r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson Niels, gardener, r. NW cor Steiner and Mc- 
Allister 
Anderson Nils, harnessmaker, r. 243 Eighth 
Anderson Nils, secretary Cal. Transportation Co., of- 
fice N W cor Jackson and East, r. 10 Oak Grove Av 
Anderson Sis. cigars and tobacco, 522 53 Sixth 
Anderson N. P., mate schr Sparkling Sea, r. 7 Merch 
Anderson N. P., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Ole, carpenter, r. 529 Valencia 
Anderson Ole, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Anderson Oliver, carpenter, r. 533 Sacramento 
Anderson Oliver, tanner, r. W s Bailroad Av, nr Thirty- 
Fourth Av, South S. F. 
Anderson Olof , seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Anderson Olof, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Olof, seaman sch Premier, r. 10 Com 
Anderson Olof F., seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson O. P., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Oscar O., watchman, r. 1 M Liberty 
Anderson Paul, seaman, r. 144 Second 
Anderson P. E., fisherman, r. 7 Merchant 
Anderson Peter, captain schr Espinosa 
t Anderson Peter, captain sloop Bonita, r. Fifteenth Av, 
South S. F 
Anderson Peter, coalpasser Spring Valley W. W., 

Black Point 
Anderson Peter, engineer stmr George Harley, r. 

919 Broadway 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 7 Alaska Place 
Anderson Peter, laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. NW 
cor Bay and Powell 



Anderson Peter, mate brig Percy Edward 
Anderson Peter, mate schr Golden Bule 
Anderson Peter, salesman John H. Kessing, r. 416 

Green 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 418 Drumm 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Peter A., carpenter, r. 113 Stockton 
Anderson Peterson, cook Schroeder & Saenger, r. 10 

Washington 
Anderson Kichard K. (Anderson Bros.) r. 10 Ve- 
rona PI 
Anderson Bobert, carpenter, r. 913 Jackson, rear 
Anderson Robert, framemaker Alonzo T. Buthrauff, 

r. 137 Perry 
Anderson Bobert M., clerk, r. 225 Bush 
Anderson Robert S., clerk John A. Hicks, r. 3044 Six- 
teenth 
Anderson Robert W., third officer P. C. SS. Ancon, r. 

62 West Mission 
Anderson Rudolphe, watchman Cal. Chemical Works, 

cor San Bruno Road and Fifteenth Av 
Anderson S., coachman, r. 812 Kearny 
Anderson Sallie, domestic 830 McAllister 
Anderson Samuel, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Sarah, widow, r. 2631 Howard 
i Anderson S. L. Miss, teacher Clarke Institute, r. SW 
cor Pine and Octavia 
Anderson Stewart M., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., 

r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson Theodore, seaman, r. 15 Pacific 
Anderson Theodore, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Theodore R., r. 408 Shipley 
Anderson Thomas (Anderson & Taylor) r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson Thomas, engineer stmr Oakland, r. Oakland 
Anderson Thomas, fireman P. C. SS. Ancon 
Anderson Timothy, clerk, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson T. 0., fisherman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Victor, tailor, 445 Bush 
Anderson Violet Miss, ironer Neustadter Bros., r. 

709 % Minna 
Anderson Walter B., clerk, r. 1117 Stockton 
Anderson Walter G., bookkeeper Friedlander Bros., 

r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson William, r. 829 Folsom 
Anderson William, bartender, r. 1602 Geary 
Anderson William, driver Mrs. A. E. Swain, r. 45 

Clementina 
Anderson William, engineer, r. 137 Perry 
Anderson William, engineer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

W s Indiana, bet Sierra and Shasta 
Anderson William, farmer, r. 36 Clay 
Anderson William, hackman, r. 544 Bryant 
Anderson William, iron nioluer, r. 45 Clementina 
Anderson William, laborer, r. 513 Howard 
Anderson William, laborer, r. Sea Wall Hotel 
Anderson William, master mariner, r. North Pacific 

Hotel 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 23? Steuart 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 908 Sansome 
Anderson William, teamster, r. 107 Fifth 
Anderson William, woodcarver, and wood and coal, 

347 Branuan 
Anderson William B. (Anderson Bros.) r. 10 Vero- 
na PI 
Anderson William B. (W. S. Bay & Co.) r. 14 Liberty 
Anderson William H., calker, r. 409 Folsom 
Anderson William J., laborer Presidio Reservation 
Anderson Zacharias, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson & Co. (John C. Anderson and Albert C. 
Boysen) groceries and liquors, wood and coal, 
NW cor Sanchez and Twenty-ninth 
Anderson & Gardner (Alfred Anderson and M. Gard- 
ner) restaurant, 1704 Polk 
Anderson & Taylor (Thomas Anderson and John F. 

Taylor) coal, 16 Drumm 
Anderson. See Andersen and Andresen 
Anderson's Oakland and San Francisco 
Express, G. W. Anderson & Co., proptrs, 331 
East 
Anderton Frederick C. (Heinekin & Co.) r. S s Fif- 
teenth Av, bet Q and P, South S. F. 
Andes Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) Butler 

Burris secretary, 2 Nevada Block 
Andkjos Christopher, porter Bacon & Co., r. 537 Sac 
Andlauer Jacques, carpenter, r. 229 Tenth 
Andlauer Joseph V., with John Mallon, r. 229 Tenth 
Andornetti Celeste, compositor Courrier de San Fran- 
cisco, r. 826 Broadway 
Andornetti Joseph, cattledriver, r. 36 Clay 



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BAKER & HAMILTON 



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Andornetti Paul, packer Folger, Schilling & Co., r. 

829 Broadway 
Andrade Antonio, clerk, r. 438 Green 
Andrade Asinta, widow, r. 643 Vallejo 
Andrade Charles K., sawruaker Pac. Saw Manuf. Co., 

r. 1308 Montgomery 
Andrade Evaristo, mail agent SS. Newbern, r. Gail- 
hard Hotel 
Andrade Joaquin D., laborer, r. 1308 Montgomery 
Andrade Marcele, bootblack Schuck & Witte, r. 2 

Berry 
Andrade Patricio, r. 9 Margaret Pi 
Andrade Seferino, shoemaker, r. 1505 ?3 Dupont 
Andrade Sylvester, traveler A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

813 Vallejo 

Andre , bartender, r. 719 Clay 

Andre Alexander, laundryman Mrs. M. C. Martin, r. 

1821 Polk 
Andre John L., porter Selby Smelting and Lead Co., 

r. 416 Montgomery 
Andrea S., laborer, r. 314 Pacific 
Andrea Wil'iam, gardener, r. 2406 Post 
Andres Chris., musician The Tivoli, r. 345 Jessie 
Andres John P., delivery clerk A. M. Simpson & Bro., 

r. 12 Tehama 
Andres P., baker, r. 625 Clay 
Andresen Andrew, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Andresen Brothers (John G. and Christian) carriage 

and wagonmakers, 607 Battery 
Andresen Christian (Andresen Bros.) r. Oakland 
Andresen H., Jour. Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New Mont 
Andresen Ingeborg' Miss, tailoress Levi Strauss & Co., 

r. 720 Mission 
Andresen John, baker Hemme & Eeuter, r. 112 Fourth 
Andresen John G. (Andresen Bros.) r. Oakland 
Andresen Nicklaus, seaman, r. North German Hotel 
Andresen Peter N., cooper David Woerner, r. 27 Erie 
Andresen. See Andersen and Anderson 
Andressen Andrew, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Andressen Peter H., cabinetmaker Andrew Frei, r. 

1026 Hampshire 
Andrew Alexander, carpenter, r. 114 Hayes 
Andrew Alfred G.. carpenter S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. NE cor Bay and Larian 
Andrew Carrie E. Miss, hairdressing parlors, 251 Third 
Andrew Hannah Miss, bakery and varieties, 1332 Pac 
Andrew William, gardener, r. 2406 Post 

Andrews , r. 863 % Market 

Andrews A. B., inspector Custom House, r. Alameda 
Andrews Abraham, importer watches, diamonds and 

jewelry, 221 Montgomery, r. 1627 Post 
Andrews Alfred, seaman bark Enoch Talbot 
Andrews Alfred R.. cook, r. Astor House 
Andrews Alexander, engineer, r. 13 Johnson Av 
Andrews Amador, messenger Wells. Fargo & Co's Ex- 
press, r. NW cor Second and Folsom 
Andrews Charles, seaman stmr Areata 
Andrews Charles S., lawstudent Blake & Blake, r. 424 

Minna 
Andrews C. I., first officer ship Bonanza 
Andrews C. N., extension table mnfr, 574 Brannan, r. 

555 Jessie 
Andrews E., waiter P. C. SS. State of California 
Andrews Edwin O., cabinetmaker Joseph T. Terry & 

Co., r. 326 Ellis 
Andrews Eli, farmer, r. 424 Bryant 
Andrew Elizabeth, widow, r. 251 Third 
Andrews Ellen, widow, r. 1208 Pacific 
Andrews Frank G., clerk freight dept C. P. RR., r. 

108 Taylor 
Andrews Franklin P., watchmaker, r. 734 Folsom 
Andrews Frederick J., carpenter Thomas J. Andrews, 

r. 59 Zoe 
Andrews George, painter Frost & Bichards, r. 309 

Fremont 
Andrews George, Rig. and Stev. Union, 806 Mont 
Andrews George P., Lieut. Col. 4th Art., TJ. S. A., 

commanding post Fort Point 
Andrews George W., clerk E. & H. Moffat, r. 309 Fre- 
mont 
Andrews Hannah Mrs., proptr Occidental Lodging 

House, 536 Market 
Andrews Harry, clerk, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Henry, gardener, r. 8 Dupont 
Andrews James, musician, 1940J3 Mission, r. 223 Fif- 
teenth 
Andrews James, painter, r. 320 Third 
Andrews James Mrs., crockery and glassware, 320 

Third 



Andrews Jane, domestic 1422 Hyde 

Andrews J. D. Mrs., r. 1015 Mission 

Andrews John, bellman Russ House, r. Occidental 
Lodging House 

Andrews John, laborer Merry, Faull & Co., r. NW cor 
Francisco and Fillmore 

Andrews John, steward, r. Liverpool House 

Andrews John, waiter Palace Hotel 

Andrews John C, machinist Richmann Drill and 
Compressor Co.,r. 42 Tehama 

Andrews Joseph, clerk Henry Vorrath, SW cor John- 
son and Point Lobos Av* 

Andrews Joseph C, blacksmith S. P. RR. shops, r. 26 
Capp 

Andrews Joseph D., mining, r. 1045 Mission 

Andrews Julius, printer, r. 1018 Howard 

Andrews L. E. Miss, r. 1045 Mission 

Andrews Lillian Miss, actress Baldwin Theatre, r. 
Arcade House 

Andrews Lily Miss, fringemaker S. Ettinger, r. 1920 
Taylor 

Andrews Marion, fringemaker Auerbach& Thompson, 
r. 59 Zoe 

Andrews Mary, domestic 1C03 Van Ness Av 

Andrews Oliver, wholesale butcher, Fifth Av, nr M, 
South S. F., r. SW cor Sixth Av and L, South S.F. 

Andrews Otis C, driver McNab & Smith, r. 685 Har 

Andrews Richard, stevedore, r. S s Niagara Av, nr 
Mission 

Andrews Thomas, stage carpenter California Theatre, 
r. 609 Powell 

Andrews Thomas H., carpenter, r. 613 Mason 

Andrews Thomas J., maltster, r. 436 Brannan 

Andrews Tyre N., carpenter, r. 645 Post 

Andrews William, steamboatman, r. 47 Sacramento 

Andrews William, stonecutter, r. 509 Washington 

Andrews William A., porter W. & I. Steinhart & Co., r. 
534 Fifteenth 

Andrews William J., boatswain P. M. SS. Colima 

Andrews William J., dairyman, S s Niagara Av, nr 
Mission 

Andrews. See Andrew and Andrus 

Andros Milton, attorney at law, 224 Sansome, top 
floor, r. 301 Van Ness Av 

Andross Moses C, miner, r. 846 Mission 

Andross Porter H., coiner's clerk U. S. Mint, r. 28 
O'Farrell 

Arfflross Winfield S., teamster, r. cor Railroad and 
Twentv-nfth Avs 

Andrus Elliot H., collector Charles W. Taber, r. SW 
cor Fifteenth and First Av 

Andrus Jesse B., auditor California St. RR., r. 138 
McAllister 

Andrus Lulu Miss, r. 309 Dupont 

Andrus Thomas J., compositor Chronicle, r. 318 
Minna 

Andrus Washburne R., secretary Board Railroad Com- 
missioners, 320 Sarisome, rooms 42-46, r. Oakland, 

Andruss Geo. H., with Tallant & Co., r. 1313 Vallejo 

Andrzejowsky John N. Mrs., widow, r. 702 Bush 

Anduk A., Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 

Andnran C. & Co. (Charles Andurau, C. Carpy,. 
and P. Van Bever) importers and jobbers foreign 
and California wines and liquors, and proptrs 
Uncle Sam Wine Cellar, distillery, and wine vine- 
gar factory, Napa City, office 517 Sacramento 

Anduran Charles (C. Anduran & Co.) r. 738 Pacific 

Anfibolo Antonio, Bersaglieri Guard, 625 Broadway 

Angarr Elizabeth, widow, r. 5 Vallejo PI 

Angel Henry O., policeman City Hall, r. 1122 Larkin. 

Angel John, cabinetmaker West Coast Furniture Co., 
r. 539 Seventh 

Angel Myron, journalist, r. Marlborough House 

Angel Navaio, waiter P. C. SS. State of California 

Angel Texas, attorney at law, 11 Montgomery Block, 
r. Alameda 

Angel Ybarra, millman Capitol Mills, r. 1334 Dupont 

Angel. See Angell 

Angeli Joseph, pedlar, r. 320 Dupont 

Angeli Joseph, clerk Charles Michalitschie, r.. 210' 
Stevenson 

Angelis August, tinsmith Emile Boesch, r. 1333 Na- 
toma 

Angelis Theodore P. J., teacher music, r. 1623 Powell, 
rear 

Angelius Charles, clerk F. Hulsmann, r. 1338 Pacific 

Angelius John D., driver Albany Brewery, r. 756 
Howard 

Angeli Andrew J., general broker* 424 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1327 Vallejo 



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11 nolesale ana Retail Dealers in LIBBER, S.E. cor. 
Mission and Main 6ts.,aud W . tor. Bryant and Slain Sb>, 



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Angell Elmer A., painter, r. 1327 Vallejo 

Angell Horace B. (Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Worts) r. 11 Clementina 
Angell H. S., physician, r. 329 Minna 
Angell John C, agent, r. 800 Stockton 
Angell Jonathan W., apothecary, NW cor First 

and Folsom, r. 264 First 
Angell Otis B., with Golden State and Miners' 

Iran Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angell R. Mrs., r. 120 Fourth 
Angell. See Angel 
Angellotti Frank M., student Darwin & Murphy, r. 

San Rafael 
AngeloEdward J., bookkeeper Atlas Iron Works, r. 204 

Eighth 
Angelo Elizabeth, widow, r. 921 Sutter 
Angelo G., expressman, r. 5 Powell • 

Angelo Henry J., clerk Apothecaries* Hall, r. 204 

Eighth 
Angelo Baymo (Pioneer Soda Water Works) r. 302 

Fillmore 
Angelopolo V., dishwasher John George, r. 3 Bryant 
Angelovich Joseph, cook, r. 4 Vallejo 
Angennet Benito Mme.. French laundry, 917 Stock 
Angennet Frank, r. 917 Stockton 
Anger Frank, r. 913 Greenwich 
Anger Victor, saddlemaker Main & Winchester, r. 33 

Freelon 
Angerman Theodore, gardener, r. 1617 California 
Angersteiu Carl, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 940 

Bryant, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Angerstein L., second officer O. R. and N. Co's SS, Or- 
egon 
Angey Moses, telephone operator American District 

Tel. Co., r. 110 Taylor 
Angier A. A. Miss, private school, 618 O'Farrell 
Angier Anne H. Mrs., r. 618 O'Farrell 
Angier Walley T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

618 O'Farrell 
Anglade Jacques, bedmaker California Hotel 
Anglade Jeanne Mme., with T. Berre, r. California 

Hotel 
Anglade John, milk ranch, S s University Mound Col- 
lege 
Anglade Landry, bedmaker California Hotel 
Angler Annie E. Mi6s, copyist Superior Court, Dept 

No. 9, r. 117 Taylor 
Anglin John, Stonecutters' Pro. Assn, 816 Howard 
Anglin Patrick, miner, r. 2723 Bryant 
Anglin Thomas, packer Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co., r. 

721 Minna 
Anglo-Californian Bank (Limited) Frederick 
■ F. Low and Ignatz Steinhart managers, 422 Cali- 
fornia 
Angousturas Francois, dairy, r. NW cor Thirtieth and 

San Jose Av 
Angulo Augelo, fishdealer Washington Market, r. 4 

Lafayette PI 
Angulo Marciana, widow, seamstress, r. 1117 Kearny 
Angus James S., accountant Nevada Bank of San 

Francisco, r. 116 Oak 
Anie Frederick, varnisher Lockhart & Porter, r. 224 

Sixth 
Anixter Harris, dairyman, r. 1319 Laurel Av 
Ankel Bernard, nurse, r. 12 Moss 
Ankel Harry, jeweler, r. 559 J^ Stevenson 
Ankele John H., with Philip, Speyer & Co., r. 911 Polk 
Anker G. Henry, pressman M. Schmidt & Co., r. 414 

Tehama 
Anker Irwin C, pressman C. Chr. Russ & Co., r. 414 

. Tehama 
Ankers C. Mr6., coffee saloon, 310 Fourth 
Ankers Christian, mnfr show cases, 937 Market, r. 310 

Fourth 
Ankers George, fourth officer P. M. SS. City of Tokio 
Ankerson Peter, seaman, r. 12 Washington 
Ankner Christian, propertyman, r. 1318 Dupont 
Anley Edward, jeweler, r. 323 Dupont 
Anneles Frederick, laborer Geary St., P. and O. RR., r. 

1 Beideman 
Annis Charles Jr., shoefinisher Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., r. 206 Franklin 
Annis Charles H., shoefinisher Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., r. 206 Franklin 
Annis Isabella, widow, r. 1319 Sansome, rear 
Annis James S., policeman City Hall, r. 9 Fourth 
Ansberg Charles, butcher Henry Loeb, r. 824 Union 
Ansbro James, teamster, r. 41 Minna 
Ansbro Matthew T., porter 427 Bush 
Anschutz Emily, widow, r. 5 Florence 



Anselmi Bartholomew, dairyman Raphael Boradori, 
r. NW cor Woolsey and San Bruno Boad 

Anser Elijah W., farmer, r. 1057 Hampshire 

Anshel Samuel, dry goods, 214 Sixth 

Ansley Washington, cooper, 14 Merchant 

Anson John, r. 909 Geary 

Anson Mary L. Miss. r. 2011 Hyde 

Anson Patrick F., painter David Kanary & Co., r. 2011 
Hyde 

Anson Richard, painter, r. 909 Geary 

Anspacher Philip, general merchandise, r. 32 ^ Geary 

Anstensen Zacharias, shipcarpenter, r. 418 Drumm 

Anstett Antoine (Grogan & Anstett) r. 722 Green 

Antao Manoel d'A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 
510 Bush 

Antell Frederick, maltster Union Malt House 

Antelope Restaurant, Ferdinand Conrades proptr, 612 
Market 

Anterasen John, cabinetmaker, r. 907 Folsom 

Anthes Frederick P., clerk J. Moran & Co., r. 105633 
Howard 

Anthes Louis N., clerk, r. Sophia Terrace 

Anthes Peter, liquor saloon, NW cor Geary and Du- 
pont. r. Sophia Terrace 

Anthonistu Hans, helper Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. NW 
corBryant and Eighth 

Anthonisen Henry, laborer, r. cor Pringle and Green- 
wich 

Anthony Abraham, policeman City Hall, r. 220 % Mc- 
Allister 

Anthony Albert, butcher C. M. Sutherland, r. 70 Fol 

Anthony Carrie Miss, r. 1220 Polk 

Anthony Charles N., clerk Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, r. 1061 Mission 

Anthony Charles V. Rev. D. D., pastor Central M. E. 
Church, r. 1061 Mission 

Anthony Edward B., clerk paymaster C. P. BR., 
r. Alameda 

Anthony Edward T. (E. T. Anthony & Co.) r. 124 Oak 

Anthony Eliza E. Mrs., r. 36 Geary 

Anthony Emma, widow, r. V220 Polk 

Anthony E. T. & Co. (Edward T. Anthony) repackers 
general merchandise, 407-409 Commercial 

Anthony George W. (G. W. Anthony & Co.) r. 207 
Kearny 

Anthony G. W. & Co. (George W. Anthony) money 
brokers and cigar dealers, SE cor Kearny and 
Bush 

Anthony Henry A., groceries and liquors, 3 Mary Lane 

Anthony Henry J., pedlar, r. 4 Kate 

Anthony Jacob A., carpenter, r. W s Iowa, bet Volo 
and Yuba 

Anthony John A., freight agent Central Pacific 
BR. Co., cor Fourth and King, r. Alameda 

Anthony Mary, domestic 308 Beale 

Anthony Nel6C>n C, clerk Methodist Book Depository, 
r. 1061 Mission 

Anthony Richard M. (agent) merchant tailor, 608 
Montgomery and bookkeeper U.S. Sub. Treasury, 
r. Oakland 

Anthony Sarah Miss, r. 1220 Polk 

Anthony William O., salesman Peixotto & Silverman, 
r. 740 Folsom 

Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 

Antich Anton, laborer, r. 1106 Kearny 

Antichz Vincenz (Antichz & Faccio) r. 532 Vallejo 

Antichz & Faccio (Vincenz Antichz and Louisa Faccio) 
boarding, 532 Vallejo 

Antippa Jacopa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 

AntippaPanai, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 

Antiquarian Bookstore, John A. Hicks proptr, 
34 Geary 

Antis 11 Piano Co., T. M. Antisell proptr, NW 
cor Market and Powell 

Antisell Thomas M., proptr Antisell Piano Co., 
St. Ann's Bldg, r. 501 Van Ness Av 

Antisell William C, manager Antisell Piano Co., r. 26 
St Ann's Bldg 

Antoine Manuel Mrs., widow, r. 1517 Mason 

Antoine Matthias, seaman bark Enoch Talbot 

Antoine Peter, 6eaman, r. 117 Drumm 

Antolu Angelo, fruit pedlar, r. 4 Lafayette PI 

Anton August, Cigarmakers' Assn, 807 Market 

Anton Laura, domestic 1022 Pine 

Anton Manuel, steamboatman, r. 424 Drumm 

Anton Miguelo. seaman, r. 424 Drumm 

Antone John, waiter, r. 36 Clay . 

Antone Martin, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 

Antone Thomas, laborer, r. SE cor Randall and Thirty- 
first 



GEO. W. CLARK 



645 MARKET, westof Palace Hotel, wholesale and retail dealer in 
nAnr-o uniniuPo and Manufacturer ot all kinds ot WIXDOff 
PAPER HANblNbb, SHADES, and dealer in all kinds of Shade Materials 



HINCKLEY, SPIERS & HAYES, 



Fl'lIOJT IBO.\ iVOKKN, 213 Fremont Street, 
Manufacturers of Amalgamating Pans and Settlers. 



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Antonelli Pietro, carpenter, r. Toscauo Hotel 
Aiitonelli Vincenzo, fish 3 Grand Valley Market, r. 

436 }<j Hayes 
Antonetti Edward, steward, r. 238 Eltch 
Autoni Ermenegildo, fish 2 Clay St. Market, r, 307 

Broadway 
Antonio. Clara Mine. 31. D. , office and r. 108 

Geary 
Autoni a Manoel, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Antonio B., laborer A. Onderdonk 
Antonio John, ship steward, r. 36 Clay 
Antouio Michael, longshoreman, r. 3 Baldwin Court 
Antony Frank, liquor saloon, 311 Fourth, r. 39 Clara 
Antony Henry, cutler Will k Finek, r. 1822 Stockton 
Antony Joseph, r. 1506 Folsom 
Antoska William, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Antraccoli Beneditto, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Antraccoli Domenico, expressman, r. 708 Front 
Antraccoli Guiseppe, expressman, cor Front and Pac 
Antraccoli Pietro, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Antraccoli Settimo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Antrigue J., vegetable pedlar, r. cor Front and Pacific 
Antunovich F. & Co. (Florio Antunovich and John 

Rosso) coffee saloon, 403-405 East 
Antunovich Florio (F. Antunovich & Co.) and restau- 
rant, 520 Sacramento, r. 712 Green 
Antanovich Nicholas, bartender F. Antunovich & Co., 

r. 533 Union 
Antz Henry, butcher, 11-12 Grand Western Mar- 
ket, r. 1429 Pine 
Anzel Mary, widow, r. 1023 Market 
Anzenhofer Louis, farmer, N s Ocean House Road, nr 

Industrial School 
Anzoli Anselm, milker Carl Solari, r. S s Eighteenth, 

bet Clara Av and Ocean House Road 
Apel John, architect, r. 708 California 
Apelt Charles M., shirtmaker, r. 1305 Stockton 
Apgar George W., laborer warehouse dept Custom 

House, r. 114 Shotwell 
Apgar Jacob M., laborer U. S. Appraiser's Store, r. 

114 Shotwell 
Apgar Olive Miss, weaving dept Mission Woolen 

Mills, r. 114 Shotwell 
Apgar Richard M.. r. 609 Hyde 
Apita Alfredo, seaman, r. 8 Pinkney PI 
Apothecaries' Hall, B. B. Thayer chemist, Wil- 
liam J. Bryan druggist, SE cor Market and New 
Montgomery, Grand Hotel 
Appel Frank, baker Henry Blum, r. 1819 Powell 
Appel Louis, liquor saloon, 315 Montgomery Av 
Appel Philip, wheelwright Eugene Soule, r. 909 Kear 
Appel Samuel, clerk Theodore Appel and extra man 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 3, S. F. F. D., r.,116 
Eleventh 
Appel Simon, clothing, 247 Fourth 
Appel Theodore, second-hand furniture, 704 Mission 
Appel William, furniture, 226 Fourth 
Appell Helena, bookkeeper Levi Strauss & Co., r. 1640 

Sacramento 
Appell John C, cabinetmaker Charles Klemm, r. 

SW cor Mission and Main 
Appell. See Apple 

Appenzeller Frederick A., tailor, r. 427 Powell 
Appenzeller Jacob, wagonmaker, r. 625 Brannan 
Apperlay Sarah, widow, r. 934 Folsom, rear 
Appiarius Franz W., salesman, r. 1810 O'Farrell 
Appiarius Henry C. (Lohsen& Appiarius) r. 812 Jessie 
Appin Charles, musician, r. 510 Dupont 
Apple Jacob, bookkeeper Cunningham, Cuxtiss & 

Welch, r. 305 Hayes 
Apple Sarah Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 305 Hayes 
Apple Wolf, r. 305 Hayes 
Apple. See Appel 

Appleby Charles, florist, r. 2325 Mission 
Appleby William, nurseryman and florist, 2325 

Mission 
Applegate J. Henry Jr. , secretary Wales Con- 
solidated Gold and Silver Mining Co., 409 Wash- 
ington, r. 2226 Jack6on 
Applegate John J,, secretary Standard Soap Co., 

204 Sacramento, r. 1615 Webster 
Applegate Josiah H. , attorney at law, 729 Mont- 
gomery, r. The Baldwin 
Appleton Henry, teamster, r. 688 Clementina 
Appleton House, Mrs. Lottie A. Lyford proptr, 33 

Fifth 
Appleton Joseph, sausagemaker, r. 51 Stevenson 
Appleton Thomas, salesman Lowenthal, Livingston & 
Speyer, r. 915 Market 



Appo Junius B., porter stmr Ancon 

Appo William, waiter Palace Hotel 

Apponyi Charles E. C, engineer, r. 1904 Stockton 

Apprill George, shoemaker, 303 Stockton, r. 70 Everett 

Apted Walter, canvasser Golden Gate Market, r. 2134 

Stockton 
Aralda Bartolomeo (Aralda & Co.) r. 419 Davis 
Aralda & Co. (Bartolomeo Aralda and Matthew Bakich) 

coffee saloon, 419 Davis 
Arancino Antonio, expressman, r. 726 Green 
Aranheiro Francisco A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush 
Arata A. & Co. (Andrea Arata and Stephen Sang- 

uinetti) saloon, 526 Broadway 
Arata Andrea (A. Arata & Co.) r. 526 Broadway 
Arata Angelo, bootblack, 26 Leid, r. 1510 Dupont 
Arata Angelo, bootblack, 334 Bush, r. 525 Union 
Arata Antone, r. 1908 Ellis 
Arata Bartolomeo, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Arata Benjamin, laborer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 706 Montgomery Av 
Arata David, groceries and liquors, 321 Broadway 
Arata Frank, liquor saloon, cor Broadway and Mont- 
gomery Av, r. 517 Greenwich 
Arata G., r. cor California and Fillmore 
Arata G., tartman, r. cor Dupont and Green 
Arata Gio Battista, gardener, r. 9 Lafayette PI 
Arata Giovanni, r. 11 Jasper PI 
Arata Giovanni, vegetables, 31 Colombo Market 
Arata John, r. 1510 Broadway 

Arata Joseph, bootblack, 24 Leid, r. 513 Greenwich 
Arata Joseph, teamster, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata Louis (Arata & CaSassa) r. 1908 Ellis 
Arata Nicola, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Arata Paola B., laborer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. 706 Montgomery Av 
Arata Rosa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Arata Serafino, vegetable pedlar, r. 736 Vallejo 
Arata Stefano, bootblack, 633 Clay, r. Broadway, nr 

Dupont 
Arata Stefano, cartman, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata & Casassa (Louis Arata and Domenico Casassa) 

commission merchants, 515-517 Davis 
Arbogast Frederick, upholsterer Frank G. Edwards, . 

r. 1527 Powell 
Arbuckle Catherine, domestic 100 Liberty 
Arbuckle Henry, blacksmith helpers. P. RR.,r. Ns 

Sierra, bet Georgia and Michigan 
Arbuckle Henry M. Mrs., boarding and lodging, N s 

Sierra, bet Georgia and Michigan 
Arcade House, Louis S. Starkweather proptr, 930 

Market 
Arcade Restaurant, McCauley & Co. proptrs, Il- 
ls Sixth 
Arcade The, J. J. O'Brien & Co. proptrs, 924-928 

Market 
Arcadian Club, rooms 211 Sutter 
Archbald John, surveyor S. F. Savings Union, 532 

California, r. 1312 Powell 
Archer Catherine, widow, r. 10 Haywood 
Archer Charles H., machinist Cyclops Iron Works, r. 

919 Folsom 
Archer Edwin E., conductor Geary St., P. andO.RR.,r. 

SW cor Tennessee and Solano 
Archer Henry, clerk, r. 549 Minna 
Archer James, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

Oakland 
Archer Jennie Miss, shoefitter, r. 919 Folsom 
Archer Joseph, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 219 Minna • 
Archer William, hardware, 919 Folsom 
Archer William Jr., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 919 Folsom 
Archibald Arthur W., foreman P. L. Archibald & Co., 

r. 40 McAllister 
Archibald Margaret, laundress S. F. Laundry, S 8 

Eddy bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Archibald P. L. & Co. (Prescott L. Archibald 

and Adam J. Jeffers) proptrs Record Livery and 

Sale Stables, 1324 Market and 13-15 Park Av 
Archibald Prescott L. (P. L. Archibald & Co.) r. 40 

McAllister 
Archibald Samuel C, saddle'and harness maker, 1141 

Market, r. 1012 Scott 
Archie Edward J., coachman Mrs. H. H. Toland, r. 

220 Montgomery Av 
Architectural Iron Works, Martin O'ConneU 

proptr, 416-420 Beale, bet Harrison and Bryant 
Arciniega Antonio, widow, furnished rooms, 1426 

Ma6on 



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j. MACDONOUGH, 



CUMBERLAND, LEHIGH AND ENGLISH FOUNDRY COKE, 
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Arcoles John, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 219 Minna 

Ardery James A., r. 1129 Howard 

Arellano Juliana, domestic 808 Shotwell 

A rend Pierre, lodgings, 514 Bush 

Arendt Edward T., upholsterer S. P. RR., r. 1006 

Minna 
Arens Albert, captain schr Caroline, r. W s Michigan, 

bet Napa and Shasta 
Arensberg Hermann, physician, r. 1135 Harrison 
Arents Edward, bartender A. S. Bailey, r. 55 Second 
Arents Edward Jr., clerk W. H. Baxter, r. 55 Second 
Arey Charles A., captain schr Alice, r. Oakland 
Arey Joseph, captain bark Germauia 
Arey Robert B., mastermariner, r. 946 Missiou 
Arey Walter W., mni'r's agent, 605 Sacramento, r. 2225 

California 
Areyano Apolonio, cigarmaker Jose A- Garcia, i\ 1305 

Dupont ™ 

Arfort John B., carriagemaker, 623 Geary 
Ari'sten Arfst J., liquor saloon, 636 Pacific 
Arfston Cornelius, cook, r. 11 Pacific 
Arfston Paul, seaman, r. 11 Pacific 
Argall John, machinist, r. 628 Golden Gate Av 
Argent Mining Co. (Lodl Dist.,Nev.) P. E. Luty sec- 
retary, 330 Pine, room 5 
Argent a Mining Co. (Elko Co.,Nev.) Edward M. 

Hall secretary, 20 S. F. Stock Exchange Bldg 
Argenti Jerome J., drug clerk Leon di Nola, r. W s 

Mission, bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argenti Tullio, marblecarver, r. "W s Mission, bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argenti Tullio Jr., blacksmith Peter W. Commons, r. 

W s Mission, bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argento Lazzaro, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Argonaut Mining Co. (Globe Dist., A. T.) Joseph 

Pentecost secretary, office 702 Market 
Argonaut Publishing Co., F. M. Pixley presi- 
dent, Fred. M. Somers secretary, A. P. Stanton 

business manager, publishers The Argonaut, 522 

California 
Argonaut The (weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co. 

proptrs, 522 California 
Arguello Alfred O., clerk, r. 933 Howard 
Arguello Luis A., Spanish Mutual Benev. Assn, 730 

Montgomery 
Argus Publishing Co. (Robert E. Culbreth) 

publishers City Argus, 98 Montgomery Block 
Argyle William, butcher O. and O. S3. Oceanic 
Ariani Santo, liquor saloon, 894 Front 
Arias Francisco, cook, r. 1717 Stockton 
Arias Gertrude Miss, dressmaker, r. 343 Jessie 
Arias Henrique, waiter, r. 1800 Stockton 
Arighi Giovanni, vegetables, 70 Colombo Market 
Arillaga Santiago, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Arion Halle, Henry Grimm proptr, NE cor Sutter 

and Kearny 
Arion House, Frederick Huber proptr, 13-15 Page 
Arion Market, Theodore J. Seufert proptr, 1604 Polk 
Aristide Gus, restaurant, 58 Steuart, r. 16 Hunt 
Arizona Concentration Co., Charles E. Travers secre- 
tory, office 331 Montgomery, room 8 
Arizona Prospecting and Mining Co., Charles E. Trav- 
ers secretary, office 331 Montgomery, room 8 
Arizona Stage Cos., Joseph Knowlton Jr. agent, 2 New 

Montgomery 
Arjo Manuel, driver G. Venard, r. 1700 Kearny 
Arkensen Thomas, laborer, r. 28 Zoe 
Arl Joseph, waiter Russ House, r. 5 Quincy PI 
Arlandt Charles, tanner S. F. Tannery, r. San Bruno 

Hotel 
Arling Isaac, watchman C. P. RR., r. 2731 Bryant 
Arlington House, William H. Brown proptr, 127 

Kearny 
Armager C.W. , sergeant police City Hall, r. 1423 Steiner 
Armand Adolphe M., bookkeeper S. F. Abend Post 

Publishing Co., r. 30 Pleasant 
Armand August, bartender, r. 1416 Powell 
Armand Charles, clerk, r. 1413 Dupont 
Armand Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Del Norte Co., 

Cal.) James L. Fields secretary, 330 Pine 
Armani John B., gardener, E s Railroad Av, bet 

Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth Avs, South 8. F. 
Armanini Pietro, gardener, r. SE cor Baker and Hayes 
Armas Antonio Francisco, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush 
Armas Francisco P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Armbruster Daniel, cabinetmaker J.Kemp & Co.,r. 11 
Hickory Av 



Armbruster Julius, engraver Levison Bros., r. 2101 

Steiner 
Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 162 Shipley 
Arrnenkroeger Victor, brewer, r. N s Nineteenth Av, 

nr I, South S. F. 
Armer Benjamin, shipping clerk M. Armer & Co., r. 

1424 Bush 
Armer Joseph L., bookkeeper M. Armer & Co., r. 1424 

Bush 
Armer M. <Sf Co. (Max Armer) mnfrs cigars and 

dealers tobacco, 306-308 Sacramento 
Armer Max (M Armer & Co.) r. 1424 Bush 
Armes C. Mrs., r. 109 Montgomery 
Armes Charles W., salesman Armes & Dallam, r. Oak- 
land 
Armes George W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oakland 
Armes <$£ Dallam (George W. Armes and Richard 

B. Dallam) importers wood and willow ware, 

mnfrs brooms, tubs and pails, and agents F. N. 

Davis & Co.'s building paper, and Irving Bros' 

paper carpeting, factory San Quentin, office 230 

-232 Front, SE cor Sacramento 
Arme6. See Arms 

Armidale House, Mrs. R. Strachan proptr, 969 Mission 
Armiger Thomas H., helper, r. United States Hotel 
Armington Edward J., printer, r. 33 Russ 
Armiugton Edward R., tailor Frank Elwell, r. 33 Rusb 
Armistead John W. .waiter Palace Hotel, r.40 Natoma 
Armitage George F., extraman Engine Co. No. 7, S. F. 

F. D., r. 329% Sixteenth 
Armitage John (Branson, Armitage & Co.) r. 1008 Mc- 
Allister 
Armitage Joseph, painter, r. SW cor Folsom and Fifth 
Armknecht Louis, blacksmith, r. 209 Minna 
Armoneni Louis, milk dairy, NE cor Ward and Cres- 
cent Av 
Armonino Pietro, vegetables, 73 Colombo Market 
Armory Block, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 
Armory Hall, 134 Fourth 
Armour Henry, machinist, r. 78 Natoma 

Arms Mrs., saleslady, r. 850 Market 

Arms Richard D., weigher Custom House, r. 931 

Market 
Armstrong A., attorney at law, r. 812 Kearny 
Armstrong Albert M., student State University, r. 302 

Hayes 
Armstrong Amos, seaman schr Carrier Dove 
Armstrong Andrew J., lodgings, 817 Montgomery 
Armstrong Arthur B., sparmaker Castuer & McLellan, 

r. Oakland 
Armstrong B. Frank, traveling salesman J. W. Shaeffer 

& Co., r. Palace Hotel 
Armstrong C. C. Mrs., widow, r. 2120 Union 
Armstrong Charles F., cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 

9 Beale PI 
Armstrong Christopher, groceries and liquors, 1016 

* Folsom 
Armstrong Christopher, sign painter, r. 3 Valencia 
Armstrong Dennis, r. 916 Ellis 
Armstrong Frank T., teamster, r. 317 Third 
Armstrong Frederick W., teamster, r. Huettmann's 

Hotel 
Armstrong George, night watchman, r. 66 Tehama 
Armstrong George, special policeman Presidio 
Armstrong George W., porter Philip McGovern, NE 

cor Market and Kearny 
Armstrong Gold Mining Co. (Butte Co., Cal.) John W. 

Pew secretary, 310 Pine, room 15 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 9 

Beale PI 
Armstrong H., seaman Oregon R. and N. Co's SS. 

Oregon 
Armstrong Harry, porter Lick House 
Armstrong Henry, seaman, r. 24 Bitch 
Armstrong Henry S., painter, r. 534 Sixteenth 
Armstrong Herbert G., student State University, r. 

302 Hayes 
Armstrong James, agent, r. Overland House 
Armstrong James, clerk, r. NE cor Harrison and 

Twenty-fifth, rear 
Armstrong James, supt Albumen Factory, r. N s 

Fourteenth Av, bet P and Q, South S. F. 
Armstrong James, tinsmith, r. 133 Ninth 
Armstrong James T., cierk W. G. Still & Co., r. 250 

Jessie 
Armstrong Janet, widow, r. 316 Page 
Armstrong Jennie Miss, r. 2120 Union 
Armstrong Johanna, widow, r. W s Cherubusco, nr 

Eugenia, B. H. 
Armstrong John, r. 112 Berry 



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Armstrong John, r. 308 Tehama 

Armstrong John, assistant Charles E. Blake Sr., r. HI 

Geary 
Armstrong John, bartender, r. Ill Jackson 
Armstrong Jehn, shoemaker, r. 20 Berry- 
Armstrong John, laborer, r. 20 Folsom Av 
Armstrong John, tailor, r. 341 Minna 
Armstrong John A., cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 9 

Beale PI 
Armstrong John G., cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 4 

Taylor PI 
Armstrong John H., r. N s Tehama, nr Fourth 
Armstrong John J., bootmaker, r. 835 Bush 
Armstrong John J., plasterer, r. 4 Hunt 
Armstrong John Ii> , stockbroker, 444 California, 

r. 302 Hayes 
Armstrong John L. Jr., printer, r. 302 Hayes 
Armstrong John R., delivery clerk P. M. SS. Co., r. 

20J4 Fifth 
Armstrong Letitia Mrs., r. Protestant Episcopal 

Church Home 
Armstrong Lizzie Miss, milliner, r. 417 Clementina 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, assistant Hayes Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 302 Hayes 
Armstrong Richard, clerk Cluff Bros., r. 1041 How- 
ard 
Armstrong Richard B., clerk Miles & King, r. 608 

Ellis 
Armstrong Robert, bookkeeper, r. 835 Bush 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, r. 1231 Howard 
Armstrong Rudolph, cooper, 121 Jackson and 72 Ore- 
gon, r. 1023 Hampshire 
Armstrong Samuel C, salesman George W. Miller, r. 

564 Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel P., teamster Henry Dutton Jr., r. 

303 Bartlett 
Armstrong S. J. Mrs., dressmaker, r. Abbotsford 

House 
Armstrong Thomas C, proptr Armstrong's 

Hayward Express, 1 Commercial, r. Haywards 
Armstrong Thomas H., mnfr boots and shoes, 67-69 

Stevenson, r. 944 Howard 
Armstrong Thomas L., machinist Savage & Son, r. 

401 Oak 
Armstrong Thomas L. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 401 Oak 
Armstrong Truman B., tinuer Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. 1719 Leavenworth 
Armstrong William, carpenter, r. 872 Mission 
Armstrong William, compositor Chronicle, r. 615 

Minna 
Armstrong William, engineer stmr Hylton Castle 
Armstrong William, grainer, r. 302 Capp 
Armstrong William, laborer St. Joseph's Roman Ca- 
tholic Infant Asylum 
Armstrong William F., grainer, r. 302 Capp 
Armstrong William G., clerk, r. 608 Ellis 
Armstrong William H., quartermaster P. M. SS. City 

Peking, r. 1923 Fillmore 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, Moffatt 

& Co., r. 206 Powell 
Armstrong William W., clerk Hutchinson & Mann, r. 

822 Turk 
Armstrong's Hayward. Express, Abram Shep- 

pard agent. 1 Commercial 
Arnaboldi Angelo, woodcarver, r. Colombo Hotel 

ARNAUD ALBERT importer and 
dealer wines and. liquors, NW cor Post and Du- 
pont, r. 012 Bush 

Arnaud Anton, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 

Arnaud Charles F., scissors and knife grinder, 3 Caro- 
line PI, r. 1217 Powell 

Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, r. 8 Maiden Lane 

Arnaud Pierre, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 12 
Willow Av 

Arnberger Frank F., musician Baldwin Theatre, r. 
1209 Montgomery 

Arndt Wesley J., bartender Charles Arnold, r. 322 
Minna 

Arndt William, employee American Sugar Refinery, 
r. 29 Alta 

Arneing Jacob, cook, r. 8 Berry 

Arnell William J., milkman, nr Giant Powder Works 

Arnesen Even, seaman, r. 103 9ackson 

Arnesen Soren, packer, r. 906 Filbert 

Arnest Sebastian, bargeman N. P. C. RR., r. 1023 Clay 

Arnett Nathaniel H., driver Hose No. 5, S. F. F. D., 
r. 23 Fell 

Arnett Richard (Starkey & Arnett) r. SW cor Naples 
and China Av, Excelsior Homestead 



Arnett. See Arnott 

Arnheim A., baker E. A. Engelberg, 416 Kearny 

Arnheim Abraham, r. 1117 Montgomery 

Arnheim Brothers (William S. Arnheim) stationery, 
periodicals, notions and tobacco-, SW cor Beale 
and Bryant 

Arnheim Gustave S., clerk Arnheim Bros., r. SW cor 
Beale and Bryant 

Arnheim Herman S., clerk Arnheim Brothers, r. 8 
Steuart 

Arnheim Julius S., apothecary and chemist, NK 
cor Octsvia and Oak 

Arnheim Samuel S., stationery and tobacco, 8 Steuart 

Arnheim William S. (Arnheim Brothers) and watchma- 
ker and jeweler, 8 Steuart 

Arnhold Benjamin, clerk, r. 615 Eddy 

Arnhold Hugo, salesman Lilienthal A: Co., r. 615 Eddy 

Arnholt Henry, baker The Baldwin 

Arnholt Philip, confectioner The Baldwin 

Ami George. Swiss Mutual Benev. Soc, 627 Com 

Arnkuecht Louis, blacksmith National Ironworks, r. 
209 Minna 

Arno Edward, milker, r. Eureka, bet Eighteenth and 
Nineteenth 

Arnold Aaron K., cigars and tobacco, 206 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1540 Washington 

Arnold Adam, cook German Hospital 

Arnold Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 212 Dupont, r. 
321 Geary 

Arnold Amanda, widow, r. 207 Fair Oaks 

Arnold Anna, widow, r. 459 Tehama 

Arnold August, junkdealer, r. 417 Francisco 

Arnold Austin, cashier Marcus C. Hawley & Co., r. 
413 Van Ness Av 

Arnold Benjamin E. (Arnold & Co.) r. 1121 Va- 
lencia 

Arnold Brothers (Cyrus M. and Gilbert C.) real es- 
tate agents, 207 Kearny 

Arnold Charles, liquor saloon, 9 Hardie PI 

Arnold Charles W., secretary Edward B. Perrin, 402 
Kearny, r. 120 Fulton 

Arnold Cyrus M. (Arnold Bros.) r. 2007 Mission 

Arnold David E., machinist Thomson & Evans, r. 119 
Third 

Arnold Edison C, bookkeeper Arnold & Co., r. 1121 
Valencia 

Arnold Emily, widow, r. 1 Delgado PI 

Arnold Ferdinand D., lettercarrier Post Office, r. 945 
Twentieth 

Arnold Francis W., cooper, 609 Battery and 2 Cham 
bers, r. 523 Octavia 

Arnold Franklin K., clerk Aaron K. Arnold, r. 313. 
Dupont 

Arnold George C, teacher languages, r. 920 Union, 
rear 

Arnold George H., clerk Occidental Hotel, r. 11 Mis- 
sion Av 

Arnold George P., clerk Lafayette Lodging House, 
708-710 Commercial 

Arnold George W., boxmaker Union Box Factory, r. 
• 628 Howard 

Arnold Gilbert C. (Arnold Bros.) r. San Diego 

Arnold Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Arizona) A. Jud- 
son secretary, 320 Sansome, room 52 

Arnold Gottlieb (Arnold & Entzminger) r. W s Mis- 
sion, nr Thirtieth 

Arnold Gustave A., seaman, r. 37 Pacific 

Arnold Harry B. (Brann & Arnold) r. 670 Twentieth 

Arnold Harry C, journalist, r. 10 Central PI 

Arnold Henry A., metal broker, 26 Beale, r. 925 Sutter 

Arnold Jane Miss, r. 10 St. Charles PI 

Arnold John C, actor, r. 9 St. Mary 

Arnold John F.. conductor Clay St. Hill RR., r, 
1503 Leavenworth 

Arnold John V., steerage watchman P. M. SS. City o 
Peking 

Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, 333 Third, r. 331 Third 

Arnold Julia Miss, dressmaker, r. 1 Delgado PI 

Arnold Julia A. Miss, teacher music, r. 26 Minna 

Arnold L. B. Mrs., r. 335 Eddy 

Arnold Louis, clerk George Sammy, r.NE cor Golden 
Gate Av and Larkin 

Arnold M. A. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1142 Market 

Arnold Marshall, law student Hastings Law College, 
r. 2 Court Block 

Arnold Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 1 Delgado PI 

Arnold Matthew, supt Union Iron Works, r. 670 Har- 
rison 

Arnold Michael, laborer, r. 729 Sutter 

Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold & Co.) r. 1521 Geary 



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Arnold N. S. & Co. (Noah S. Arnold) hardware 
commission merchants and mnfrs agents, and 
agents Powelton Coal Co., 310 California 

Arnold Otto (Hagler & Arnold) r. 421 Bush 

Arnold Otto, collector London and San Francisco 
Bank, r. 719 Sutter 

Arnold Patrick H., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 612 
Polk 

Arnold Peter, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Arnold Rebecca H., widow, r. 945 Twentieth 

Arnold Richard, stonemason, r. 26 Minna 

Arnold Rufus G. W., teamster, r. 1713% Jessie 

Arnold Sarah W., widow, r. 670 Twentieth 

Arnold Thomas, bricklayer, r. 26 Minna 

Arnold Thomas C, salesman Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 
1622 Polk 

Arnold Thomas J. Rev., r. 26 Perry 

Arnold Thomas P. J., hackdriver, r. 425 Third 

Arnold Uriah K., secretary and treasurer Rich- 
mann Drill and Compressor Co., and bookkeeper 
Greenebaum, Sachs & Freeman, r. 1540 Wash 

Arnold William E., bookkeeper Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 
908 O'Farrell 

Arnold William G., clerk Brann & Arnold, r. 670 
Twentieth 

Arnold William H., machinist Raymond & Wilshire, 
r. 863 % Market 

Arnold & Co. (B. E. Arnold, E. A. Cutting and Theo- 
dore Moding) proptrs Valencia Packing House, 
SE cor Valencia and Twenty-third 

Arnold & Entzminger (Gottlieb Arnold and Muhel 
Entzminger) market, W s Church, bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth 

Arnott John, bricklayer, r. 1242 Mission 

Arnott Thomas, expre6sman,.SE cor Fourth and How- 
ard, r. 984 Harrison 

Arnott. See Arnett 

Arnstein Eugene, with Lazard Freres, r. 1209 Leav 

Arnstein Ludwig (Stein, Simon & Co.) r. 1706 Geary 

Arnstein Max, r. 830 Greenwich 

Aron Emil, salesman E. Mansbach & Co., r. 502 Bush 

Aron. See Aaron 

Aronsohn Alexander, merchant, r. 461 Minna 

Aronsohn Benjamin, barber Kammerer & Koch, r. 912 
Folsom 

Aronsohn Isidor, fruits, etc., 3 Sixth, r. 525 Stevenson 

Aronsohn Sigmund, insurance broker, office 322-324 
California, r. 5 Monroe 

Aronsohn Simon, salesman I. Aronsohn, r. 912 Foleoni 

Aronson Abraham, furniture, 1324-1326 Stockton, r. 
564 Stevenson 

Aronson David, capitalist, r. 564 Stevenson 

Aronson Frank, traveling salesman Cahn, Nickels- 
burg & Co., r Alameda 

Aronson G. & Co. (George Aronson and Adolph P. 
Craner) pawnbrokers, 110 Kearny 

Aronson George (G. Aronson & Co.) r. 514 Eddy 

Aronson Moses I., shoemaker, r. 564 Stevenson 

Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 

Aronstein Adolph, physician, office 29 Kearny, 
r. 520 Jones 

Arouge Mme., French laundry, 1607 Webster 

Arper Clarence T., printer H. S. Crocker k. Co., r. 153 
Sixteenth 

Arper George, r. 153 Sixteenth 

Arper Thomas, engineer Cal. Wire Works, r. 153 
Sixteenth 

Arrager Solomon, butcher, r. 905 Folsom 
I Arrilliaga Santiago, teacher music, r. 1920 Buchanan 
lArrington Nicholas O., collector, 306 Montgomery, r. 
J, 32 Fourth 

Vrrington Nicholas T., bookkeeper Merry, Faull & 
,.; Co., r. 1826 O'Farrell 
^Jirrington William B., chief clerk forwarding dept 

" Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, r. 418 Sutter 
jArriola Edward, photographer, r. 2 Pollard PI 
PArriola Fortunato, artist, r. 418 Green 
i Arriola Louis, printer, r. 1508 Mason 
.lArrison Henry, housecarpenter, r. 794 Twenty-fourth 
\Vrrowsmith Augustus T., civil engineer, r. 461 Na- 
uj toma 
.3Lrrowsmith J., laborer P. M. SS. Co., r. 16 Bluxome 

Arrowsmith Joseph, miner, r. 123 Turk 

Arroyo Yanuario (J. Trejos & Co.) r. 11 Second Av 

Arselin Young, carpenter, r. 67 Natoma 

Art Association S. F., rooms 430 Pine 

Arteche Francisco, millhand Union Box Factory, r. 11 
Pinkney PI 

Arthur Charles S., carriagepainter Carvill Manuf.Co., 
r. 360 Brannan 



Arthur Frank, waiter, r. 51 Third 

Arthur Joseph, actor, r. 518 Geary 

Arthur Matthew, engineer, r. 135 Townsend, rear 

Arthur Stephen E., conductor, r. 300 Fourth 

Arthur William S., r. 1011 Larkin 

Artigues Canning Co. (Emil, Jean, and Louis Arti- 
gues) packers cooked meats, Fifth Av, nr Rail- 
road Av, South S. F. 

Artigues E.&Co.(Emil, Jean and Louis Artigues) tripe, 
etc., 14 S.F. Market, 1146 Market, and Fifth Av, 
bet Railroad Av and N., South S. F. 

Artigues Emil (E. Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) r. 207 Valencia 

Artigues Jean (E. Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) r. 517 Bryant 

Artigues Joseph, student Heald's Business College 

Artigues Louis (E. Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.i r. 550 Bryant 

Artis Dennis, laborer, r. 236 Jessie 

Artise Antone, laborer Hancock ' & Kelso, r. NW cor 
Bay and Powell 

Artoi's Jeanne, domestic 725 Sutter 

Aruudell A. L., r. 637 Folsom 

Arundell William, driver Sanders' Hotel, SW cor 
Battery and Vallejo 

Arventuri Gio Batta, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 

Arzberger Joseph, laborer L. Sloss & Co., r. 119 
Park Av 

Arzberger Martin, painter, r. 119 Psrk Av 

Asabias Alexander, shoemaker, r. 81 Stevenson, rear 

Asal Adolph, brushmaker, r. 746 Minna 

Asbestos Fibre Co. (limited, of New York) B. S. Hill 
agent, 317 Mission 

Asbill J. B., bookkeeper, r. Ahlborn House 

Asch Aaron, salesman S. C. Lubin, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 

Asch Benjamin, barber, 215 Sixth, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 

Asch Isaac, barber Benjamin Asch, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 

Asch Philip, barbtr, r. 26 Oak Grove Av 

Asch Simon, salesman Buyer & Reich, r. 26 Oak 
Grove Av 

Asch William, cigars and tobacco, 215 Sixth, r. 26 Oak 
Grove Av 

A6che T. Henry (T. Henry Asche & Co.) r. Brooklyn, 

ASCHE T. HENRY & CO. 

(T. Henry Asche and A. M. Bibby) kid gloves for 
ladies and gents, 3 Kearny and 10 Geary 

Atchen Ernest F. , groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Bush and Octavia 

Aschen Heinrich C, clerk H. A.Windt, r. NE cor Hyde 
and Broadway 

Aschheim Edward M., r. 810 Mission 

Aschheim Israel J., traveling salesman Goldberg & 
Poppe, r. 538 Kearny 

Aschheim Jacob M., trader, r. 136 Fifth 

Aschmann William, stevedore, r. 119 Silver 

Aschmann William A., clerk F. Martens & Co., r. 730 
Vallejo 

Aschmann. See Ashman 

Ash Alfred, fruit and vegetable dealer, 1502% Folsom 

Ash David, blacksmith, r. 32 De Boom 

Ash Elizabeth F., widow, r. 317 Valley 

Ash Isadore, furrier and dyer, 315 Hayes 

Ash John, capitalist, r. 617 Post 

Ash Julia, chambermaid Palace Hotel 

Ash Peter, helper Risdon I. andL.Works, r. 551 Minna 

Ash Robert, attorney at law, 601 California, r. 211 Jones 

Ash Rose Miss, r. 315 Hayes 

Ash Theresa Miss, r. 315 Hayes 

Ash Thomas P., shorthand reporter, r. 824 Geary 

Ash William, musician, r. 816 Jackson 

Ash. See Asch and Ashe 

Ashburner William, mining engineer, 240 Mont- 
gomery, room 8, r. 1014 Pine 

Ashby D. E., foreman cannery A. Lusk & Co. , r. 418 
Brannan 

Ashby Elisha W., attorney at law, 405 Kearny, r. 1043 
Folsom 

Ashcroft Henry, conductor Geary St., P. and O. RR., 
r. 630 Geary 

Ashcroft William, night captain State Harbor Com- 
missioners' tug Gov. Irwin, r. 1208 Jackson 

Ashdown Archibald, accountant Malter, Lind& Co., 
r. 704 Pine 

Ashe Annie, widow, r. 6 Zoe 

Ashe Caroline L., widow, r. 512 Eddy 

Ashe Gregory, porter John E. Richards, r. 302 Eigh- 
teenth 

Ashe Mary, domestic 712 Hayes 



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Ashe Matthew, bartender John E. Richards, r. S s 

Mission, nr Lizzie 
Ashe Richard P., attorney at law with William T. 

Wallace, r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe William L., r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe. See Asch and Ash 

Asher Alexander B., policeman City Hall, r. 13 Wil- 
low Av 
Asher Asher F., gents' furnishing goods, 925 H Mar- 
ket, r. 525 Natoma 
Asher Charles, r. 215 Post 
Asher Charles L., clerk, r. 16 Stockton 
Asher Colman, cigars and tobacco, SE cor Sansome 

and Washington, r. 711 Geary 
Asher Jacob, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 525 Natoma 
Asher Maurice L., gents' furnishing goods, 1027 Lar- 

kin, r. 711 Geary 
Asher Samuel, clerk Maurice L. Asher, r. 711 Geary 
Asher Simon (Asher & Smith) r. 107 Virginia 
Asher William, cashier Davis Bros., 419 Kearny, r. 

525 Natoma 
Asher Winnie, chambermaid Russ House 
Asher & Smith (Simon Asher and Hyman Smith) 

oilclothing mnfrs, 325 Davis 
Asherson Emil, collector, r. 538 Jessie 
A6hford William, longshoreman, r. 11 Pacific 
Ashim George, r. 317 Third 
Ashim Simon, merchant, r. 724 Hayes 
Ashim Solomon, merchant, r. 724 Hayes 
Ashley Byron, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley Delos R., clerk, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley Delos R. Mrs., widow, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley John, pantryman Brooklyn Hotel 
Ashley Lucius W. , painter J. H. Mellon, r. 1 Eddy 
Ashley Pacific L., r. 712 Bush 
Ashley Sarah J. Mrs., bakery, 514 Third 
Ashley Ward H., bookkeeper, r. 120 Sutter 
Ashley Warren, attorney at law, 432 Montgomery, 

room 3, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley W. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 120 Sutter, room 51 
Ashman Frederick, driver Alonzo Davidson, r. E 6 

Eureka, bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Ashman John H., engineer, r. C Freelon 
Ashman Richard T., engineer, r. 6 Freelon 
Ashman. See Aschmann 
Ashmead Evelyn, teacher Noe and Temple St. Primary 

School, r.W s Bryant- Av, bet Mariposa and Solano 
Ashmead Gustavus S., architect, r. W s Bryant Av, 

bet Mariposa and Solano 
Ashmore William E., oysterman Frank Gobey, r. 527 

Geary 
Aslitoii Charles, real-estate agent, 413 Montgom- 
ery, r. Baden, San Mateo Co. 
Ashton Charles S., r. 2912 Fillmore 
A6hton C. T., nurse, r. 303 Eddy 
Aehton George F., clerk Cal. Insurance Co., r. 1626 

Sacramento 
Ashton Holly H., laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 232 

Jessie 
Ashton Kate Miss, teacher music, r. 14 Turk 
Ash worth Thomas, r. 806 McAllister 
Asklund Isaac, helper Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 213 

Harrison 
Aslacson Ole, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Asmann Adolpli, dairy produce and mnfr sauces, 

caviar, pickles and sauerkraut, 69-70 Cal. Market 

and 1517 Polk, r. 1517 Polk 
Asmus John, farmer, S s Russia Av, nr Mission Road 
Asmus John, laborer National Flour Mills, r. 1529 

Turk 
Asmussen George, wood, coal, hay and grain, SW cor 

Shotwell and Twentieth 
Asmussen Peter, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Asmussen Thomas, seaman, r. 409 Drumm 
Asmussen W. A. & Co. (William A. Asmussen and James 

White) groceries and liquors, NW cor Bryant and 

Eighth 
Asmussen Wilhelm, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Shotwell and Twenty-sixth 
Asmussen William A. (W. A. Asmussen & Co.) and 

dry-goods, SE cor Harrison and Eighth 
Aspelin Carl, dyer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, r. 

412 \ Shipley 
Asphalted Wrought Iron Pipe Co., H. H. Tappon secre- 
tary, 32 Merchants' Exchange 
Asphlund Hugo, bartender, r. 1258 Montgomery 
Aspian John, deckhand stmr San Rafael 
Aspril Wm., calker P. M. SS. Co., r. 234 Folsom, rear 
Assalino Nicola, tailor J. H. Curley & Co., r. S s Pre- 

cita Av, bet Gunnison and Washington Avs 



Assalino Salvatino, cook Brooklyn Hotel, r. S s Pre- 

cita Av. bet Gunnison and Washington Avs 
Assanger Elizabeth Miss, lodgings, 20 Harlan PI 
Assayer State, Louis Falkenau, 328 Montgomery, 

room 16 
Asselin John, carpenter California Mills, r. 67 Natoma 
Assell Pierre, cook Golden Eagle Hotel 
Assenti Bassilio. porter Brooklyn Hotel 
Assessor City and County, new City Hall, 

first floor 
Assion Henry, tailor, r. 730Vallejo 
Assion Henry F., bookbinder Bartling & Kimball, r. 

730 Valle.jo 
As6ion Joseph, merchant tailor, 205 Montgomery, r. 

348 Third 
Associated Press, William M. Webster agent, 302 

Montgomery, room 32 
Ast Bartley, engineer, r. 436 Minna 
Aste Antonio, cook Francisco Lucchetti.r. 519 Davis 
Astell Henry, printer, r. 239 Fremont 
Asten A. O. Mrs., dressmaker, 31 Ellis, r. 22 Stockton 

PI 
Asten John L., expressman, r. 9 Pacific 
Aster George, bookbinder L. Radius, r. 1622 West 

Mission 
Asthoff David, seaman, r. 254 Clara 
Aston James L., plumber, r. 407 Tenth 
Aston Sarah E. Mrs., r. 407 Tenth 
Astor Consolidated M. Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) V. Res- 

sayre secretary, 120 Sutter, room 30 
Astor House, Adolph Segelke proptr, 509-511 Bdwy 
Astorg Alfonse, butcher Marcellin Astorg, r. 32X 

Harriet 
Astorg Marcellin, butcher, 5-6 Grand Arcade Mar- 
ket, r. 32 % Harriet 
Astredo Anthony, proptr Astredo's Exchange, 

228 Front, r. 914 Vallejo 
Astredo Jessie Mrs., nurse Pacific Dispensary, r. NW 

cor Mission and Twenty-second 
Astredo's Exchange, Anthony Astredo proptr, 

228 Front, SE cor Sacramento 
Atchinson B. M. Mrs., widow (B. M. Atchinson &Co.) 

r. East Oakland 
Atchinson B. M. & Co. (Edward L. Cutten and 

Mrs. B. M. Atchinson) dealers produce and pro- 
visions, 16, 17, 28 and 30 Centre Market 
Atchinson John, carpenter, r. N s Army, bet Sanchez 

and Church 
Atchinson Richard, commission merchant, r. 1103 

Montgomery 
Atchison L. E., r. 832 Howard 
Atchison Mary Mrs., r. 314 Bush 
Atchison Silas M., miner, r. 793 Mission 
Atchison Thomas, speculator, r. 314 Bush 
Ates T. S.. seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Athanasiade Marco, dealer limes, r. 67 Everett _ 
Athearn Charles G. (Athearn & Co.) r. 813 Laguna 
Athearn Charles M., milkman, r. 1641 Polk 
Athearn Joseph H. (Athearn & Co.)r. Oakland 
Athearn Patrick, laborer, r. 74 Clementina 
Athearn William, chief clerk collection dept Wells, 

Fargo & Co.'s Express, r. 2001 Bu>h 
Athearn & Co. (Charles G. and Joseph H. Athearn 

and Benjamin Pendleton) groceries, provisions 

and ship stores, 54-56 Steuart 
Atherstone Thomas S., bookkeeper Moore & Mont- 
gomery, r. 1633 Clay 
Atherton A. W., student Heald's Business College 
Atherton Frank A., student Clark E. Royce. r. 1606 ;ter 

Van Ness Av 
Atherton George Mrs., widow, r. 1606 Van Ness Av 
Atherton George H. B., real estate, r. 932 Pine •> r " 

Athol Frank, presser J. Bolan & Co., r. cor Twenty 

fourth and Church 
Athy Andrew, longshoreman P. M. SS. Co., r. 22' 

Second 
Athy Dominick, r. 855 Folsom 
Atkins Charles, tinner, r. 407 Pacific 
Atkins David, machinist Clay St. Hill RR., r. 140' 

Pacific 
Atkins Eben, porter Yates & Co., r. 602 Ellis 
Atkins James, laborer A. Onderdonk 
Atkins J. L., carpenter, r. 807 Kearny 
Atkins John J., molder Risdon I. and L. Works, r 

346 Beale 
Atkins Robert, laborer, r. 318 Davis 
Atkins Robert C. (Orr & Atkins) r. 608 Geary 
Atkins Robert S., student, r. 608 Geary 
Atkins Bobert St. L., reporter, r. 318 Davis 
Atkinson Catherine M. Miss, r. 1032 Broadway 



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.tkinson Charles E., carpenter, r.2721 Folsom, rear 

ttkinson David, proptr California and What Cheer 
Laundries, office Stevenson, bet New Montgomery 
and Second, r. W e Church, bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 

.tkinson Ernest, waiter The Baldwin, r. 311 Jessie 

.tkinson Frank, stoker Engine No. 6, S. F. F. D., r. 273 
Clara 

.tkinson Frederick, clerk, r. 371 Minna 

.tkinson George, clerk general freight office C. P. 
RE., r. Oakland 

.tkinson George F., turner. 259 First, r. 10 Clementina 

.tkinson Harry T., clerk Union Box Factory, r. Oak- 
land 

.tkinson Henry, seaman sloop Bonita, r. 326 Vallejo 

.tkinson James, assistant Sanitarium Baths, r. 2212 
Powell 

.tkinson James (James Atkinson & Co.) 417 California 

.tkinson James & Co. (James Atkinson and Freeman 
B. Sondles) liquor saloon, 417 California 

tkinson James W., compositor Alta California, r. 603 
Taylor 

tkinson J. B. (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. Philadelphia 

tkinson John, carpenter, r. North Pacific Hotel 

tkinson Joseph F., seaman, r. 232 First 

tkinson L. & Co. (Louis and J. B. Atkinson) shirt 
and collar warehouse, 20 Sutter 

tkinson Louis (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. 728 Sutter 

tkinson Nathan, real-estate, office 330 Pine, room 5, 
r. 803 Golden Gate Av 

tkinson Philip Q.,»collarmaker Stone & Hayden, r. 
371 Minna 

tkinson Richard, waiter, r. 311 Jessie 

tkinson Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 

tkinson Thomas, laborer A. Onderdonk. r. 28 Zoe 

tkinson Thomas, r. W s Church, bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 

tkinson Thomas, trader, r. 520 Seventh 

tkinson Thomas T. (Thomas T. Atkinson & Co,) r. 
112 Hyde 

Ltltinson Thomas T. & Co. (Thomas T. Atkin- 
son) stockbrokers. 337 Pine 

tkinson William, sailmaker Thomas Reynolds, r. 8 
Clay 

tlanta Mining Co. (West Tintic, Utah) A.F. McGrew 
secretary, 420 Montgomery, room 7 

tlantic Consolidated Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.) 
David Wilder secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 21 

tlantic Gardens, Louis Heydenaber proptr, SW cor 
Bay and Meiggs' Wharf 

.tlantic Giant Powder Co. , N. Duperu secre- 
tary, 10 California 

tlantic Hall, 308 Francisco 

tlantic Straw Works, James M. Forrest proptr, 132 
Fourth 

tlas Iron Works, J. B. Jardine proptr, 135 Beale 

tlas Mining Co. (West Tintic, Utah) A. F. McGrew 
, secretary, 420 Montgomery, room 7 

tmann William, groceries and liquors, N s Seven- 
teenth, bet Diamond and Eureka 

ttel Marx, watchmaker and jeweler, 201 Fourth, r. 
359 H Tehama 

ttell Seymour, merchant tailor, 53 Third, r. 122 
Perry 

tterbury Alexander, bookkeeper, r. 206 Nineteenth 

ttinger Daniel, lodgings, 270 First 

ttinger Gottlieb, boot and shoemaker, 115 Leides- 
dorff, r. 5 Elizabeth 

ttinger John, cutter Joseph T. Poheim, r. NE cor 
Twenty-fourth and Noe 

ttinger Laura, widow, r. N s Clipper, bet Sanchez 
and Noe 

ttinger Wilhelm F., tailor, r. 7 Carlos PI 

attorney City and County, new City Hall, 
third floor 

ttridge Annie, domestic 1602 Taylor 

ttridge Arthur, shoemaker Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., 
r. W s Noe, bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

ttridge Edmund, packer McCarthy Bros., r. 2003 
Leavenworth 

ttridge Edward, laborer, r. 1010 Filbert 

ttridge James, groceries* and liquors, 2001 Leaven- 
worth, r. 2003 Leavenworth 

ttridge Thomas, laborer, r. 741 Market 

.ttridge Thomas, porter, r. 1307 Broadway 

.ttridge W., laborer, r. 37 Commercial 

twater C. W., clerk freight dept C. P. RR., r. 607 
Fourth 

.twell Edward E., clerk Michael W. Kain, r. W s San- 
chez, bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 



Atw«ll E., stencil cutter F. M. Truworthy, r. 50 \ Ritch 
Atwood Caroline L. Mrs., assistant Girls' High School, 

r. 1511 Clay 
Atwood Charles H., master mariner, r. 1103 Broadway 
Atwood Ernest C, machinist William T. Garratt, r. 

535% Stevenson 
Atwood George E. , hay and grain, 733-735 Fourth, 

r. 169 Perry 
Atwood George W., teamster, r. 133 Clara, rear 
Atwood Robert H., laborer, r. Golden Eagle Hotel 
Atwood William, seaman, r. Ill Jackson 
Atzeroth Frederick (Lemmermann & Atzeroth) r. 1120 

Turk 
Atzeroth Henry, groceries and liquors, SW cor Geary 

and Laguna 
Auber Louis, r. 1594 Bush 
Aubert Albert, pork packer, 10 S. F. Market, and 

sausage factory, 732 Montgomery, r. 1818 Bdwy 
Aubert Charles, waiter stmr Idaho 
Aubert Felix (Aubert & Canioni) r. 1126 Dupont 
Aubert John, r. California Hotel 
Aubert Paul L., jeweler, r. 1314 O'FarreU 
Aubert & Canioni (Felix Aubert and Jean P. Canioni) 

restaurant, 1126 Dupont 
Aubertin George, barber, 724 Brannan 
Aubrey Charles, porter Rouse & Laws, r. 434 % Twenty- 
second 
Aubrey Charles A., tinner G. & E. Snook, r. 556 Na- 

toma 
Aubrey Edward, dishwasher T. M. Holt, r. 11 Sutter 
Aubrey Francis O., upholsterer, 2609 Mission, r. Chat- 
tanooga, nr Twenty-third 
Aubrey Ida Miss, actress Baldwin Theatre, r. 538 Ellis 
Auchinachie George, laborer W.W. Montague k Co., 

r. 652 Howard 
Audemard Emanuel, porter Henry Schroder & Co., r. 

470 Tehama 
Audemard Marie Mme., laundry, 470 Tehama 
Audet Louis, machiuist Pac. Rolling Mills, r. E s Mich- 
igan, bet Sierra and Shasta 
Auditor City and County, new City Hall, first 

floor 
Audley Thomas, sailmaker Blakiston & Son, r. 140 

Fourth 
Auer Emil, maltster National Brewery, r. SE cor Ful- 
ton and Webster 
Auerbach Alfred (Auerbach & Thompson) r. 1594 Bush 
Auerbach Leopold, r. 1516 Post 
Auerbach Louis, real estate, 539 Clay, r. Oakland 
Auerbach & Thompson (Alfred Auerbach and David 
Thompson) proptrs Pac. Fringe Factory, 751 
Market 
Aufrichtig Moritz, manufacturer jewelry, 116 Sixth 
Aug Johann, capitalist, r. 1618 Stockton, rear 
Auge Honore L., bootmaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Auger B. E. & Co. (B. E. Auger) importers and com- 
mission merchants, 409 Battery 
Auger Bernard E. (B. E. Auger & Co.) r. 826 Howard 
Auger Florentine Mme., millinery, 621 Larkin 
Auger Frank, laborer, r. 605 Broadway 
Auger Lewis S., farmer, r. 8 Second Av 
Auger Louis F., carpenter, r. 1327% Natoma 
Augerstein Charles, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

940 Bryant 
Augoustaus Francois, milker A. T. Noble & Co., r. S s 

Day, nr San Jose Av 
Augsburgh Frederick (Fawcett & Augsburgh) r. 63 

Minna 
August Andrew, seaman, r. 1 Johnson Alley 
August Eric, 6eaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Augustine Michael, poultry dealer, r. 541 Merchant 
Augustine Morris (Rosenbaum k Co.) r. 23 Kearny 
Augustine William, cabinet maker Union Furniture 

Manuf. Co., r. nr San Miguel Station 
Augustiny John, butcher Roger H. Sayre, r. 407 Turk, 

rear 
Augusto Felippi,cook Cardozofe Baptista, 415Drumm 
Augustus Joseph, painter, r. 913 Montgomery 
Aul George, baker, r. Watts, nr Crescent Av 
Auld James (William B. Hooper & Co.)r. Tucson, Ari- 
zona 
Auld Robert W., engineer Sutter St. RR., r. 214 Perry 
Auld Royal I., clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, r. 

Oakland 
Aulds WJlliam P., salesman M. J. Flavin, r. 320 Mason 
Auley Edward O., watchmaker D. L. Levy, r. Ahlborn 

House 
Aull George E., student, r. 434 Jessie 
Ault Clarence G., engineer, r. 409 Stevenson 



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Ault Harry, conductor, r. 26% Kearny 

Ault Joseph P., warehouseman Standard Oil Co., r. 

552 Bryant 
Ault Matthias, miller National Flour Mills, r. 075 

Mission 
Ault M. N. Mrs., r. 242 Taylor 
Ault Samuel W., laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 552 

Bryant 
Ault. See Alt 
Aumanu Fritz, liquor saloon, 022 Kearny, r. 11 Good 

Children 
Aungst Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 008 

Sixth 
Auradou A. L. & Co. (Alexander L. Auradou and 

George Tiaffay) poultry, game, etc., 515 Merchant 
Auradou Alexander L. (A. L. Auradou it Co.) r. 1309 

Powell 
Auradou Leon A., with Britton & Rey, r. 1309 Powell 
Aurich Abraham (A. Newman & Co.) r. 919 Post 
Aurick Charles, seaman, r. 8 Berry 
Aurora Consolidated Mill and Mining Co., Joseph 

Morizio secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 24 
Aurora House, Edward McSwiggan proptr, 719 Market 
Aurora Tunnel and Mining Co. (Bodie District, Cal.) 

C. Van Dyck Hubbard secretary, 310 Pine, room 11 
Auros Augustus, tripemaker F. Larroche, r. cor Fifth 

AvandM, South S. F. 
Aurouze Marius, barber. 203 Montgomery Av, r. 517 

Filbert 
Auser Edward, driver Franklin R. Smith, r. S s Persia 

Av, near Mission Road . 
Auser Elijah W., capitalist, r. E s Hampshire, bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Auser Frederick, teamster Franklin R. Smith, r. S s 

Persia Av. nr Mission Road 
•Lusseresser F., r. 222 Fifth 
Austen Thomas E., dishwasher Sarah A. Pearson, r. 

Empire Lodgings 
Austermuhle Charles, liquor saloon, 35 % O'Farrell 
Austin A. A., attorney at law, r. 020 Jessie 
Austin Adele J. Mrs., r. 115 % Shipley 
Austin Alvah C, foundryman, r. 131 O'Farrell 
Austin B. C, tin can mnfr, 406 Front, r. 120 

Tenth 
Austin Benjamin F., gilder, r. NE cor Linden Av and 

Webster 
Austin Charles, clerk John E. Goble, r. NW cor 

Fourth and Merrimac 
Austin Charles, storekeeper P. M. SS. Australia 
Austin Charles G., r. 24 Fifth Av 
Austin Charles G. Jr., boxmaker A. Waldstein, r. 24 

Fifth Av 
Austin D. S., captain P. M.SS. City of Panama 
Austin Edward, laborer American Sugar Refinery, r. 

"333 Bay 
Austin Edwin, longshoreman A. C. Freese, r. 405 Bay 
Austin Edwin C, millwright, r. 227 Green 
Austin Frank B., capitalist, r. 349 Fremont 
Austin Hannah, domestic 522 Van Ness Av 
Austin Henry, boxmaker A. Waldstein, r. 24 Fifth Av 
Austin Henry, dentist, office and r. 034 Washington 
Austin Henry, laborer, r. NW cor Spear and Harrison 
Austin Henry, quartermaster P. M. SS. Colima 
Austin Henry S. (Thomas H. Selby & Co.) r. San 

Rafael 
Austin J. L., expressman, Oakland Ferry 
Austin John, carpenter, r. Es Sanchez, bet Twentieth 

and Twenty-first 
Austin Joseph, drayman, r. 510 Seventh 
Austin Joseph, Port Warden, 525 Front, r. Palace 

Hotel 
Austin Laurel N., teamster Renner & Johnson, r. 444 

Brannan 
Austin Marcus E., real estate and brokerage, 639 

Kearny, r. East Oakland 
Austin Matthew A., master mariner, r. 2136 Howard 
Austin Richard, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Austin Sampson Jr., packer R. A. Swain & Co., r. 1020 

Post 
Austin Thaddeus T., letter carrier Post Office, r. 1025 

Post 
Austin Thomas, carpenter, r. 309 Jessie 
Austin Thomas, miner, r. 411 Sansome 
Austin William, teamster Charles, Shattuck, r. 1202 

Mason 
Autenreith Fred A., student Pac. Business College, 

r. Nucleus House 
Autey William, steward, r. 210 Prospect PI 
Automatic Sewing Machine Co. , T. Eggleston 
manager, 124 Post 



Autron Victor) ne Miss, r. 150 Shipley, rear 
Auttermann Charles, bartender Walter & Co., r. 713 

Broadway 
Avalas Crispin, compositor La Sociedad, r, 521 Green 
Avan John, policeman City Hall, r. 13 Tehama 
Ave Frank, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Aveignier Alexis, laborer, r. 708 Commercial 
Avellian Rozalia, widow, r. 1305 Dupont 
Avenue House, John Jennings agent, 220 Mont Av 
Averill Jackson L., bookkeeper H. M. Black & Co., r. 

923 M Harrison 
Averill Mixed Paint, Oliver S. Orrick general 

agent, 403 Market 
Averill William, bartender, r. 3 Morey Alley 
Avery Benjamin P. Mrs., widow, r. 729 Bush 
Avery Clark, contractor, r. 1609 Clay 
Avery Dean R. (D. R. Avery & Co.) r. 1437 Steiner 
Avery D. R. & Co. (Dean R. Avery) dealers fruits and 

vegetables, 18-19 Centre Market 
Avery Eunice H., widow, r. NW cor Iowa and Solano 
Avery F. A., chemist J. J. Mack & Co., 11 Front 
Avery Fidelius, r. 2119 Jones, rear 
Avery Francis, secretary Sausalito Land and Fer- 
ry Co., Ferry Bldg, East, nr Market, r. Saucelito 
Avery George H., carpenter, r. 1609 Clay 
Avery Henry, pumpmaker R. C. Hanson & Co., r. 54 

Third 
Avery James O., compositor A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

NW cor Iowa and Solano 
Avery Jasper W., carpenter, r. 1609 Clay 
Avery Judson, clerk R. D. Avery & Co., r. 8 Elliot Pk 
Avery Martin, sailinaker, r. 250 Spear 
Avery Robert J., foreman R. C. Hanson & Co., r. 54 

Third 
Avery Ross, carpenter, r. S s Montezuma, nr Califor- 
nia Av, B. H. 
Avery Walter, seaman, r. North German Hotel 
Avettant Peter, r. 6 Polk Lane 

Avey Ernest, bartender John Mamer, r. 317 Harri- 
son 
Avey Walter W., office 605 Sacramento 
Avilais Ramon, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery 
A villa William, r. 600 Stockton 

Avy Eugene, wholesale dealer sheep, and wool 

commission merchant, cor Railroad and Sixth 

Avs, South S. F., office 320 Sansome, room 7, r. 310 

Lombard 

Axel Margaret Miss, operator Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1008 Natoma 
Axel Marv, widow, r. 1008 Natoma 
Axford William, ironmolder, r. NW cor Noe and 

Twenty fifth 
Axt Ludwig, shoemaker, r. 1056 Howard 
Axtell John, painter Hall's Safe and Lock Co., r. 1415 

Mason 
Axtell John, ship cook, r. 15 Oak Grove Av 
Axtell Walter M., painter Hall's Safe and Lock Co., r. 

1415 Mason 
Axtell William F., compositor Morning Call, r. 219 

Mason 
Axtmanu Ferdinand, butcher, r. 500 Hayes 
Axtmann Herman, cabinetmaker, r. 1614 % Buchanan 
Axtmann Leopold, bakery, 500 Hayes 
Ayala Manuel M., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Aydelotte Mary Miss, dressmaker, 45 Twelfth 
Ayer Charles E., bookkeeper Pioneer White Lead 

Works, r. Oakland 
Ayer Clarence E., r. 25 Oak 
Ayer Edward E., r. 323 Kearny 

Ayer Frank P., carrier Evening Post, r. 905 Valencia 
Ayer Frederick W., teamster, r. 25 Oak 
Ayer Isaac C, gauger U. S. Internal Revenue 
Ayer James, lumberman, r. 132 Clara 
Ayer Jonathan R., house and sign painter, 618 Cali- 
fornia, r. 413 Minna 
Ayer Joseph S., carpenter, r. 724 Seventeenth 
Ayer Joseph Y., carpenter and builder, 724 Seven- 
teenth 
Ayer Washington, physician, 410 Kearny, r. 1622 Clay 
Ayers AlonzoT., special police, r. 1337 Pine 
Ayers Charles H. (M. Ayers& Co.) r. Oakland 
Ayers Charles L., timer Market St. RR., r. 920 Do- 

lores 
Ayers Edwin H., mnfr, r. 920 Dolores 
Ayers Frank N., butcher, 546 Ninth, r. Carolina, nr 

Santa Clara 
Ayers Frederick, painter, r. 944 Mission 
Ayers George C. & D. (Danville, Va.) mnfrs tobaccos, 
W. J. Houston & Co. agents, 205 Front 



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Manufacturers Improved Wax Candles, 
Mining, Coacn and Hotel Candles. 



yers George W., tinsmith, 544 Ninth, and SE cor 
Santa Clara and Carolina, r. E s Carolina, nr 

, Santa Clara 

yers Godfrey, carriagemaker, r. 920 Dolores 

yers Grosveiior P., salesman Holbrook, Merrill & 
Stetson, r. 1(305 Golden Gate Av 

jrers Harry, liquor saloon, NW, cor Ellis and Stock- 
ton, r. 16 Stockton 

yers John C, policeman City Hall, r. 1337 Pine 

yers Joseph, r. 22 Turk 

yers Joshua B., glassbender S.E. Hopijer, r. Es Car- 
olira, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

yers Lottie M., r. 6 Perry 

yers M. 6i Co., mnfrs Cal. Lion Sulky Bake, 258 
Market, rooms 1-2 

yers Maria D., widow, r. E s Carolina, bet Santa Clara 
and Mariposa 

yers Mary B. Mrs., clerk U. S. Surveyor General's 
Office, r. 905 Market 

yers Michael (M. Ayers & Co.) r. Oakland 

yers Bobert E., machinist Fulton Iron Works, r. E s 
Carolina, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

yers Samuel P., office 258 Market.rooms 1-2, r. 22 Turk 

yers Thomas F., laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 
N s Twelfth Av, bet N and P, South S. F. 

yers William, laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. N s 
Twelfth Av, bet N and P, South S. F. 

yers William H., special policeman, r. 1317 Octavia 

yers. See Ayres and Eayrs 

yhens Leon C. , butcher, r . SW cor Dupont and Bdwy 

yhens Paul, butcher O. D. Baldwin, r. Oakland 

yler Edward, blacksmith Bigelow & Morris, r. Isth- 
mus House 

ylward Ellen, laundress S.F. Laundry, Ss Eddy, bet 
Fillmore and Steiner 

ylward Mary, laundress S. F. Laundry. S s Eddy, bet 
Fillmore and Steiner 

ylward Bichard, laborer, r. 512 Mission 

ymer Blanche Miss, actress Standard Theatre, r. 44 
Third 

ymer Carrie Miss, actress Standard Theatre, r. 44 
Third 

yres Emma, widow, r. 630 Sutter 

yres Frank P., phorographer, r. 520 Geary 

yres Frederick, telegraph messenger, r. 132 Clai# 

yres Henry, millhand Albert Washburn, r. 708^ Te- 
hama 

yres James, laborer, r. 132 Clara 

yres John G., stock and exchange broker, 429 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1420 Clay 

yres Maggie Miss, tailoress, r. 132 Clara 

yres Mary Miss, tailoress, r. 132 Clara 

yres William, clerk Joseph Figel, r. 1303 Broadway 

yres. See Ayers and Eayrs 

ysten Cornelius A., cook, r. 11 Pacific 

.ztec Pinole Co., J. G. Montealegre proptr, 218 
Sacramento 

zure King Mining Co. (Arizona) John H. Sayre sec- 
retary, 330 Pine, room 36 



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aagoe Anders L., laborer Hermann Harms, r. New 

Washington Hotel 
aagoe Peter, master mariner, r. 503 Folsom 
aar James, laborer American Sugar Befinery, r. 207 

Montgomery Av 
aas Charles, bartender Louis Beyersdorf, r. 1718 

Stockton 
iaas Charles Mrs., fancy woolknitter, r. 1718 Stock 
iaaser Ferdinand, distiller, r. N b Thirteenth Av, bet 

N and P, South S. F. 
!abb Clement E. Bev. D. D., editor The Occident, 757 

Market, r. San Jose 
iabb Milton E., attorney at law, 214 Sansome, rooms 

23-24 
iabbitt John H., proptr Excelsior Straw Works, 120 

Fourth, r. 339 Minna 
tabbitt Samuel T., machinist Sherrill Plow Co., r. 

E s Tennessee, bet Sierra and Humboldt 
labcock Benjamin E. Mrs., widow, r. 1130 McAllister 
labcock George A., clerk U. S. Bailway Mail Service, 

r. Washington Corners 
tabcock George A., conductor Sutter St. BB., r. 507 

Ellis. 
tabcock George W., storekeeper U. S. Internal Beve- 

nue, r. Oakland 
Jabcock Harry, clerk Parrott & Co., r. 11 Essex 



Babcock John, night inspector Custom House, r. 546 

Minna 
Babcock John P., workman coiner's dept IT. S. Mint, 

r. 130 Golden Gate Av 
Babcock J. T.. capitalist, r. 1038 Howard 
Babcock Lafayette M., foreman canroom George H. 

Tay & Co., r. Oakland ' 
Babcock Warren, calker, r. 540 Howard 
Babcock William (Parrott & Co.) r. 11 Essex, and San 

Bafael 
Babcock William, carpenter, r. Popp's Hotel 
Babcock William F. (Parrott & Co.) r. 11 Essex 
Babcox Hiram L., inventor, 139 Spear, r. 148 Tehama 
Babe Jerome L., diamond commission merchant, 127 

Kearny 
Baber Edward J., bookkeeper Eisen Bros., r. 11 Bear 
Baber J., r. 575 Minna 
Baber John, cooper, r. 3 Lawrence PI 
Babin L. C. (Laudry & Babin) r. 2116 Larkin 
Babkirk Alexander C, carpenter, r. 1826 Vallejo 
Babkirk F., laborer Presidio BE., r. 8 Bonita 
Babkirk Frederick, engineer, r. 8'Bonita 
Babkirk Frederick H. L., compositor, r. 8 Bonita 
Babylon George P., engineer Fulton Iron Works, r. 

11 Tehama 
Baccala Fulvio, Swiss Mutual Benev. Soc, 627 Com 
Baccala Giuseppe, Swiss Mutual Benev. Soc, 627 Com 
Baccala Louis (Bocken & Baccala) r. 515 Sacramento 
Baccala S., r. San Gottardo Hotel 
Bacci Fortunato, r. 6 Filbert Place 
Bacci Santi (G. Martin & Oo.) r. 634 Vallejo 
Bacciadoni Giuseppe, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Baccio Giuseppe, wood and coal, 1803 Mason 
Baccioli Victor, r. 605 Broadway 
Baccus Ellen, widow, r. 2110 Powell 
Baccus John B., r. 1 Delta Place 
Baccus F. W. Benjamin, laborer Cutting Packing Co., 

r. 321 H O'Farrell 
Baccus Bichard T., butcher, SW cor O'Farrell and 

Mason, r. 119 Ellis 
Baccus. See Backus 

Bace A., Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
Bach Albert, attorney at law, 214 Sansome, r. 14 Eddy 
Bach August E., laborer, r. 3Morrel PI, rear 
Bach Charles (Scherr, Bach & Lux) r. 1583 Folsom 
Bach Emile, laborer, r. 3 Morrel PI, rear 
Bach Frederick W., bookkeeper Kline & Co., r. 1426 

Mason 
Bach Harry P., barber Kammerer & Koch, r. 1116 

Leavenworth 
Bach Herman, traveling salesman Bebstock, Endres 

& Co., r. Palace Hotel 
Bach Isaac, teamster, r. C29 Stevenson 
Bach John (Bach, Meese & Co.) r. 2022 Mission 
Bach Mathilde, widow, r. 1116 Stockton 
Bach, Meese & Co. (John Bach and Hermann 
Meese) formerly United Anaheim Wine Growers' 
Association, wholesale liquors, and agents C. 
Conrad & Co's Budweiser Beer, 321 Montgomery 
Bach William F., cabinetmaker Gustav Moller, r. 

2022 Mission 
Bach William F., lithographer M. Schmidt & Co., r. 

2022 Mission 
Bachelder Alvah H., salesman Holt Bros., r. Oakland 
Bachelder Charles S., exchange teller Pacific Bank, 

r. 513 Taylor 
Bachelder Edward, salesman Myers & Co., r. 7 

Twenty-second 
Bachelder Franklin J., salesman Seth Thomas Clock 

Co., r. 1111 Pacific 
Bachelder Horace W., clerk, r. 7 Twenty-second 
Bachelder James W., weigher Mission Bay Warehouse, 

r. 913 Valencia 
Bachelder John (Bachelder Manufacturing Co.) r. 

Napa 
Bachelder John W., attorney at law, 622 Clay, r. 1106 

Kearney 
Bachelder Manufacturing Co. (John Bachelder) 
mnfrs Bachelder's Self Begulating Windmills, 13 
Fremont 
Bachelder Otis, clerk, r. 230 Sixth 
Bachelder Thomas F., attorney at law, 622 Clay, r. 

309 Lombard 
Bachelder. See Batchelder 

Bacher Baldeo, waiter L. Musladi, r. 637 Mission 
Bacher Charles S., butcher, SE cor Clay and Taylor, 

r. 1133 Clay 
Bacher E. Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 404 Kear 
Bacher Frank A., r. 404 Kearny 
Bacher. See Backer, Baker, Bakker and Becker 



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Bactaert August, salesman B. Nathan & Co., r. 130 

Sutter 
Bachile Charles T., carpenter, r. 560Natoma 
Bachman Brothers (Herman S., Nathan S., 

David S. and Leopold S.) importers foreign and 

domestic dry goods, 10-12 Battery 
Bachman David S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 1107 Van Ness Av 
Bachman Frederick E., seaman, r. 47 Sacramento 
Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Bros.) r. New York 
Bachman Isaac, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Bachman Leopold (Frankenthal, Bachman & Co.) r. 

1115 Van Ness Av 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 619 Leav 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 1716 Van 

Ness Av 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman & Co.) r. 1115 

Van Ness Av 
Bachman. See Beckman 
Bachmann Charles, invoice clerk A. L. Bancroft & 

Co., r. 502 Bush 
Bachmann Frederick W., porter Langley & Michaels, 

r. 11 Kate 
Bachmann Jacob, locksmith and bellhanger, 729 Clay, 

r. 1 Reed PI 
Bachrach Martin, teacher vocal music, r. 26 Ellis 
Bachrach Simon, journalist, r. 331 Kearny 
Bacigalupi A., shoefitter Thomas H. Armstrong, r. 26 

Second 
Bacigalupi Angelo, bootblack Patrick Martin, r. 9 

Gaven PI 
Bacigalupi Angelo, mailing clerk Morning Call, r. 915 

Montgomery 
Bacigalupi Anton, gardener. Railroad Av, nr Thirty- 
first Av, South S.F. 
Bacigalupi Antonio, porter George H. Tay & Co., r. 

627 Lombard 
Bacigalupi Antonio L. (Bacigalupi & Casassa) r. 2311 

Mason 
Bacigalupi August, clerk Joseph Balanesi, r. 1805 

Mason 
Bacigalupi Carlo, cartmau, r. 21 Lafayette PI 
Bacigalupi Francisco, distiller Bay View Distillery, r. 

10 Union PI 
Bacigalupi Gaetano, silver ingotmelter U. S. Mint, r. 

524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Gio Battista, bootblack, r. 512 Union 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, r. 9 Gaven 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, bootblack, r. 1113 Ja Kearny 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, boots and shoes, 1404 Dupont 
Bacigalupi John A., teamster, r. 11 Jasper PI 
Bacigalupi Joseph, woodcarver, r. 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi Juan, gardener, r. S s Fifteenth, bet Noe 

and Sanchez 
Bacigalupi Louis, gardener, r. 16 Lafayette PI 
Bacigalupi Mary Mrs., r. 920 Montgomery 
Bacigalupi Paolo, painter, r. 14 Pollard PI 
Bacigalupi Paolo, shoemaker, r. 11 Pollard PI 
Bacigalupi Stephen, marble worker, r. 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi Tomaso, vegetables, 616 Broadway 
Bacigalupi & Casassa (Antonio L. Bacigalupi and Ste- 

fano Casassa) fruits and vegetables, 507 Wash 
Bacigalupo Angelo, farmer, r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupo Domenico, wine mnfr, 1419 Dupont 
Bacigalupo Paolo, bootblack, 656 Market, r. 433 Green 
Back Kalton. engineer, r. 912 Lyon 
Backe Frank, upholsterer A. P. Raye & Co., r. 2622 

Sutter 
Backe Victor H. S., porkpacker Wagner Bros., r. 

California Hotel 
Backer Adam, driver R. R. Swain & Co., r. 115 Na- 

toma 
Backer Henry, baker, r. 1036 Clay 
Backer V., laborer American Sugar Refinery 
Backer William, bakery, SW cor Clay and Mason 
Backer. See Bacher, Baker, Bakker and Becker 
Backett William, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. Ss 

Sha6ta, bet Illinois and Michigan 
Backstrom Otto, clerk Christian Tetzen, r. 330 Mason 
Backus Charles, captain schr American Girl, r. 121 

Francisco 
Backus Frederick P., clerk Feinberg & Co., r. 718 Cal 
Backus Hiram S., clerk Maine Lodging House 
Backus Jerome H., real estate, r. 1103 Sutter 
Backus Oscar J. (George H. Tay & Co.) r. 1320 Eighth, 

Oakland 
Backus Peter, cook George I. Goeppert, r. 139 Beale 
Backus Philip M., accountant, r. 718 California 
Backus Samuel W., merchant, r. 586 Buchanan 
Backus. See Baccus 
Bacome Henry, driver City RR., r. 223 Fifteenth 



Bacon Adeline A. Mrs., assistant Grant Primary 

School, r. 708 Leavenworth 
Bacon Alonzo P., bookkeeper S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 502 

Powell 
Bacon C. F. Mrs., widow, r. 2513 Folsom 
Bacon Charles A., office 320 Sansome, room 12 
Bacon Edward L. (Meacham & Bacon) r. 2726 Mission 
Bacon Edward T., merchant, r. 606 Montgomery 
Bacon Francis H., clerk Edward S. Spear & Co., r. 1819 

Polk 
Bacon Francis W., broker, r. 1806 Van Ness Av 
Bacon Frank, engineer, r. 116 O'Farrell 
Bacon Frank, skiver Buckingham & Hecht, r. 321 Fell 
Bacon Frank F., diunmyman Clay St. Hill RR., r. 1510 

Leavenworth 
Bacon Gaston E. (Abramson & Bacon) r. 5 Quincy PI 
Bacon George H., assistant supt N. B. and M. RR., r. 

725 Harrison 
Bacon Henry D., real estate, 305 Sansome, r. Oakland 
Bacon Horace, deputy U. S. Marshal, r. 54 Third 
Bacon Isabella, domestic 228 Montomery Av 
Bacon Jacob (Bacon & Co.) r. 2200 California 
Bacon John, painter, r. 12 Clara 

Bacon John B., liquor saloon, 213 Mont., r. 410 Minna 
Bacon John P., stockbroker, r. Grand Hotel 
Bacon Joseph S. , agent Boston and Philadelphia 
Board of Underwriters (marine) 310 California, r. 
1020 Pine 
Bacon Joseph V., clerk Pioneer White Lead Works, r. 

1020 Pine 
Bacon Margaret, domestic 732 Poet 
Bacon Martin (Mackintosh & Bacon) r. 2506 Clay 
Bacon N. H. Mrs., widow, r. Grand Hotel 
Bacon Pyam B., miner, r. 730 Sixteenth 
Bacon Sarah E. Mrs., adjuster coiner's dept U. S. 

Mint, r. 100 McAllister 
Bacon William, hostler Omnibus RR., r. 249 Ciem 
Bacon William O., clerk Redington & Co., r. 708 Leav 
Bacon & Co. (Jacob Bacon and James E. Ager) 
book and job printers, 508 Clay and 509 Sansome 
Bacquie Henry, liquor saloon, 1301 Stockton, r. 700 

Broadway 
Badaracco Antonio, liquor saloon, 1308 Pacific 
Badaracco David (J. Demartini «t Co.) r. 531 Pine 
Badaracco Luigi, coaldealer, r. 1511 California 
Baddeley William B., reporter, r. 418 Seventh, rear 
Bade Henry, janitor, r. W s Potrero Av, bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Bader Annie, domestic 1706 Clay 
Bader Charles, barber Henry Bernard, r. 140 Fourth 
Bader John, trunkmaker John Norgrove, r. Alameda 
Bader John F., bookkeeper M. C. Ellis & Son, r. Ala- 
meda 
Badger Charles W., mining secretary, 320 Sansome, 

room 53, r. Oakland 
Badger George H., barber, 811 Market 
Badger Hill and Cherokee Miniug Co. (Nevada Co., 

Cal.) Henry Pichoir secretary, 320 Sansome 
Badger James, expressman, cor Market and Eddy, r. 

1305 Ellis 
Badger J. B. Mrs., r. 821 Market 
Badger Joseph, furniture dealer, r. 711 Minna 
Badger William <S., wholesale clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, and agent Hallet, Davis & Co.'s 
pianos and George Woods & Co.'s organs, 13 San- 
some, r. Fruit Vale 
Badger's Park (Oakland) office NE cor Kearny and 

Market 
Badgley Eugene F., jewelry, watches and diamonds, 

205 Montgomery, r. 1442 Howard 
Badgley William, tailor, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Badlam Alexander, Assessor City and County, 

office new City Hall, first floor, r. 1024 Franklin 
Badlam A. T., r. 1024 Franklin 
Badlam Ezra B., chief deputy County Assessor, 

r. 1008 Union 
Badouin August, patternmaker Union Iron Works, r. 

334 Bryant 
Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper P. Berwin & Bro., r. 

1305 Gough 
Badt Morris, commission merchant, r. 635 Ellis 
Baecke Charles H, shoemaker, r. 422 Post, rear 
Baedon Samuel, teamster, r. 13 Page 
Baehr Ferdinand W, jeweler, r. 214 Eighteenth 
Baehr Gustave, frescopainter, r. 116 Thirteenth 
Baehr Henry, jeweler William Baehr, r. 1721 Sacra- 
mento ■ 
Baehr John M., liquor saloon, 414 Sansome, r. 128 Oak 
Baehr William, manufacturing jeweler, 649 Sacra- 
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Baehr William Jr., clerk M. Waterman & Co., r. 1721 

Sacramento 
Baehr. See Baer, Bahr and Bare 
Baer Amelia Miss, teacher music, r. 215 Jones 
Baer Charles, bookkeeper J. Salomon & Co., r. 513 

Jessie 
Baer Eliza, widow, r. 215 Jones 
Baer Emile (A. Lauten & Co.) r. 629 California 
Baer Isaac, merchant, r. 38 Moss 
Baer Isidore, pedlar, r. 212 Sutter 
Baer. See Baehr, Bahr and Bare 
Baerwold George, r. 409 Gough 
Baerwold Jacob, printer, r. 409 Gough 
Baerwold Marks, shoemaker, r. 409 Gough 
Baettge Peter (Brugge & Baettge) r. 1183$ Wash 
Bafico John, laborer, r. 437 Shipley, rear 
Bagala Louis, bakery, SE cor Twenty-fifth and Ala- 
bama 
Baganza L. W. (Harvey & Baganza) r. 704 3$ Mission 
Bagdan Michael, fisherman, r. 23 Vallejo 
Bagert William, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Bagge Annie, domestic 7 Mint Av 
Baggett William T. (William T. Baggett & Co. 

and Stock well & Co.) and editor Examiner, 538 

Sacramento, r. 430 Post 
Baggett William T. & Co. (William T. Bag- 
gett and William H. Davis) proptrs Pacific Coast 

Law Printing and Publishing Co. and Pacific 

Coast Law Journal, 538 Sacramento ' 
Baggett Winneld S., accountant Examiner, r. 1520 

Mission 
Baggs Alexander L., clerk Isaac Baggs, r. 940 Mission 
Baggs Edward, salesman Davis Bros., r. 940 Mission 
Baggs Isaac, attorney at law, 8 Montgomery Av, room 

16, r. 940 Mission 
Baggs Mark, Stonecutter's Pro. Assn, 818 Howard 
Baggs Samuel T., cloth finisher S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. S s Lombard, bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Baggy John, expressman, r. 618 Ash Av 
Bagie William, gardener, r. SW cor Lott and Mc- 
Allister 
Bagley David B., clerk Bank of California, r. 28 

Liberty, off Valencia 
Bagley Jeremiah, hostler City Cab and Carriage Co., 

r. 261 33 Jessie 
Bagley John W., r. 1122 Howard 
Bagley Patrick, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 515 

O'Farrell 
Bagley Perkins H., clerk, r. 937 Mission 
Bagley Sarah, widow, r. 28 Liberty, off Valencia 
Bagley Sarah Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1122 Howard 
Bagley William P., plasterer, r. 1050 Howard 
Bagley. See Begley 
Baglietto Louis, drayman Antonio Pastene, r. SW cor 

Fillmore and Golden Gate Av 
Bagnall John, assistant Hamilton Grammar School, 

r. 6 Elliot Park 

Bagnasco .waiter Francisco Lucchetti, r. 519 Davis 

Bagnasco Policarpo, photographer, r. 18 Lewis 
Bagnoli Temistocle, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
Bagnor Joseph, longshoreman, r. 113 First 
Bagot Frederick, canvasser L. M. McKenney, 508 

Montgomery 
Bagovich Martin, cook John Pendo, r. 723 Davis 
Bagstrem Eric, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Bagutti Alexandre, painter, r. 604 Vallejo 
Bagutti Peter, cook Occidental Hotel 
Bahlmann Henry, clerk Philadelphia Brewery, r. 2231 

Howard 
Bahlmann Hermann, laborer Philadelphia Brewery, 

r. 49 Clementina 
Bahlow Louis, steward schr Tlalok 
Bahls John F. W. (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Bahnsen William J., waiter, r. 1 Adele Alley 
Bahrbach Frederick, mixer Cal. Cracker Co., r. 10 

Cbarles PI 
Bahrenfuss Henry, carpenter, r. 935 Vallejo 
Bahrs Andrew S., insurance agent, 322-324 California, 

r. 1013 Union 
Bahrs George H., conductor Geary St., P. and O. KR., 

r. 1013 Union 
Bahrs John, drayman E. S. Moulton & Co.. r. NE cor 

Eighteenth and Sherman 
Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, SE cor Twelfth 

and Folsom 
Baike Henry, fringemaker, r. 174 Jessie 
Bail Adfclf (Kowalski & Co.) r. 509 Fourth 
Bail Emil, laborer Herman Granz, r. 509 Fourth 
Bail Paul, tailor, r. 15 Monroe 
Bailes Mary, weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory 



| Bailey Adrian F., liquor saloon, 318 Bush, r. Oakland 

j Bailey Amos J., capitalist, r. 417 33 Pine 

I Bailey Annie, widow, r. 25 De Boom 

i Bailey Arthur, ropemaker S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 25 

De Boom 
| Bailey Augustus, saddler, r. 503 Broadway 
Bailey Byron, carpenter George Mclntyre, r. 168 Te- 
hama 
Bailey Byron Jr., sacksewer, r. 168 Tehama 
Bailey Charles, clerk, r. 36 Geary 
Bailey Charles A., real estate, 320 Sansome, r. Oakland 
Bailey Charles A., carpenter, r. 669 Stevenson 
Bailey Charles L., salesman, r. Commercial Hotel 
Bailey C. P., newspaper clerk Post Office, r. 7 Pratt PI 
Bailey Daniel P., clerk Edgar F. PreBton, r. 1212 Bry- 
ant 
Bailey David T., r. 1032 Market 
Bailey E. A. Mrs., cashier restaurant Palace Hotel 
Bailey Edward, clerk, r. 197 Hyde 
Bailey Edward F., teamster J. E. Whittier, r. 807 Bran 
Bailey Edward J., messenger Presidio 
Bailey Ella, widow, r. 1047 Mission 
Bailey Frank, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Bailey Frank F., r. 110 Eddy 

Bailey Frank F., waiter Emil Forgert, r. 104 Taylor 
| Bailey Frank L., bookkeeper, r. 1717 Larkin 
Bailey George (Bailey & McLean) r. 533 Commercial 
Bailey George, actor The Tivoli, r. 620 Jessie 
Bailey George, laborer, r. 1212 Bryant 
Bailey George, seaman, r. 6233 West Mission 
Bailey George G., extraman Engine No. 12, S. F. F. D., 

r. 720 Pine 
Bailev George H., machinist Cal. Machine Works, r. 

1516 Pacific Av 
Bailey George L., carpenter, r. 355 Minna 
Bailey George W., laborer, r. E s Treat Av, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Bailey Henry, barrel dealer, r. 1013 Howard 
Bailey Henry, curled hair mnfr, E s Missouri, bet 

Mariposa and Santa Clara 
Bailey Henry, painter John Brewster, r. 1229 Lomb 
Bailey Henry, wood and coal, 128 O'Farrell 
Bailey Henry M., watchmaker and jewteler, 229 Kear 
Bailey Isaac L., carriagemaker, r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey James, bartender Patrick Healey, r. 131 Third 
Bailey James, laborer, r. 25 De Boom 
Bailey James, laborer, r. 1009 Montgomery Av 
Bailey James, laborer Odorless Excavating Apparatus 

Co. 
Bailey James D. , general agent Union Insurance 

Co.. 416 California, r. 1915 Franklin 
Bailey J. H., machinist, r. 1516 Pacific Av 
Bailey John, r. 122733 Clay 
Bailey John, blacksmith, r. 305 Minna 
Bailey John, drayman Cutter & Co., r. 911 Harrison 
Bailey John, painter Thomas Downing, r. 522 Turk, 

rear 
Bailey John, waiter, r. 28 Everett 
Bailey John S., soap pedlar, r. N s Silver Av, nr Mer- 
rill 
Bailev Joseph, soap pedlar, r. N s Silver Av, nr Mer- 
rill 
Bailey Joseph H., stationery and hardware, 1513 

Stockton, r. 830 Union 
Bailey Kate M., widow, r. 822 Bush 
| Bailey Lewis H., r. 118 Post 
Bailey Lewis H. Jr., deputy County Clerk, r. 317 

Leavenworth 
Bailey Margaret, widow, r. 23634 Jessie 
Bailey Margaret, widow, groceries and liquors, 71 

Minna 
Bailey Nathan J., butcher, SE cor Bryant and Bitch, 

r. 203 Ritch 
Bailey Orrin, upholsterer W. J. Heney & Co., r. 1423 

Kearny 
Bailey Patrick, barrel dealer, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailey Peter, mnfr morocco, r. 5 Howard Court 
Bailev Samuel C, plumber, 1621 Fillmore, r. 1615 

Ellis 
Bailey Sarah, widow, r. 522 Turk, rear 
Bailey Sarah M., widow, r. 757 54 Howard 
Bailey Thomas (Thomas Bailey & Co.) r. The Trues- 

dell 
Bailey Thomas, foreman painter Oregon E. and N. 

Co., r. 31 De Boom 
Bailey Thomas Si Co. (Thomas Bailey and Wil- 
liam P. Pyne) proptrs Pacific Wool Depot, NW 
cor Fifth and Bluxome 
Bailey Walter M., clerk, r. 607 California 
Bailey Walter T., engineer C. G. White, r. 264. Minna 



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Bailey William, cook, r. 410 Jackson 

Bailey William, farmer, r. West End House 

Bailey William, whitener, r. E s Minnesota, bet Butte 

and Napa 
Bailey William W., mechanical engineer, 46 Nevada 

Block, r. 614 Sutter 
Bailey & McLean (George Bailey and William McLean) 

proptfe Railroad Lodgings, 533 Commercial 
Bailey. See Baillie, Bailly. Bayley and Bayly 
Bailie James L., policeman City Hall, r. 24 Mint Av 
Bailley William M., tailor Patrick Coll, r. Oakland 
Baillie William, cook Hews & Weeks, r. 16 Scott PI 
Baillie William, porter W. B. Sumner & Co., r. 746 

Mission 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Arthur (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Brothers (Arthur and Achille) porkpackers, 71 

Cal. Market 
Bailly Jules J., porkpacker Bailly Bros., r. 1720 Stock 
Bailstein Leonard, helper Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. NW 

cor Bryant and Eighth 
Baily Alexander H., r. 309 Fell 
Baily Alexander H. Jr., carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Baily Charles M., lieut. 8th Infantry, U. S. A., 

Angel Island 
Baily David, carpenter, r. 309 Fell 
Baily Erasmus F., salesman O. Lawton & Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Baily Henry A., seaman, r. 817 Montgomery 
Baily John S., conductor Sutter St. RR. 
Baily Joseph 0., surgeon U. S. A., post surgeon Pre- 
sidio Barracks 
Baily Shepard D., furnished rooms, 1010% Kearny 
Baily William J., proptr Isthmus House, 52-54 First 
Baily. See Bailey, Baillie, Bailly and Bayley 
Bain Alexander, longshoreman, r. 425 Greenwich 
Bain Anna, widow, r. 12 Perry 
Bain James, hoseman Hose No. 6, S. F. F. D. 
Bain James, tinsmith, r. 229 Minna 
Bain James S., engineer Jonathan Kittredge, r. N s 

Twenty-fifth, bet Noe and Castro 
Bain John, blacksmith, r. 31 Perry 
Bain Patrick, plumber Milne & Gants, r. 736 Brannan 
Bain. See Bafne and Bane 
Bainbridge Ann, widow, r. 15 Alta 
Bainbridge Arnop, detective City Hall, r. 1316 Fill- 
more 
Baine Kate Miss, r. Arlington House 
Baine M. Mrs., adjuster coiner's dept U. S. Mint, r. 

Arlington House 
Baines George A., clerk Callaghan Byrne, r. 120% Turk 
Bains Frank, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Bainsen John, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Baird Andrew, broker, 312 California, r. East Oakland 
Baird Charles W., clerk freight dept C. P. RR., r. 606 

Folsom 
Baird James M. (Barry & Baird) r. 1224 Broadway 
Baird J. H. Mrs., r. Palace Hotel 
Baird Joseph N., painter N. B. and M. RR., r. 307 

Fourth 
,3aird Robert H., molder Fulton Iron Works, r. 61 

Tehama 
Baird. See Beard 

Baize Venancia S., widow, r. 1519 Stockton 
Bakarcich Simeone, saloonkeeper, r. 727 Montgomery 
Baker A. & A. (Augustus Baker) pictures and frames, 

742 Mission 
Baker Abijah, r. 920 Sutter 

Baker Adam, drayman Fleming & Stetson, r. 352 Bran 
Baker Adam, driver R. R. Swain & Co., r. 115 Natoma 
Baker Ada H. Miss, compositor Dewey & Co., r. 221 

Valencia 
Baker A. H., compositor Examiner, r. 728 Bush 
Baker Albert, pipelayer Spring Valley W. W., r. 724 

Filbert, rear 
Baker Alfred D.,r. 716 Filbert 
Baker Alfred W., assistant clerk Custom House, r. 8 

Brenham PI 
Baker Andrew F., clerk Stevens, Baker & Co., r. 316 

Fremont 
Baker Annie M., widow, r. 13 Harlan PI 
Baker Archibald, boatman J. E. Goble, Long Bridge 
Baker Arthur, teamster, r. 3 Park Av 
Baker Arthur S., bookkeeper Oregon Stock and Butch- 
ering Co., r. 621 Valencia 
Baker Augustus (A. & A. Baker) r. E s Fair Oaks, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Baker Benjamin F., assayer William Ireland Jr., r. 

417 Mason 
Baker Carsten F., salesman A.W. Fink, r. 803 Mont 



Baker Charles, bartender Olaus Peterson, r. 2 Bannam 

PI 
Baker Charles, driver Deming, Palmer & Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Baker Charles, gardener, r. E s Chenery, bet Thir- 
tieth and Thirty-first. 
Baker Charles, hackdriver, r. 225 Bush 
Baker Charles, laborer, r. 318 Davis 
Baker Charles A., waiter, r. 210 Third 
Baker Charles C, bookkeeper Sather & Co., r. 1304 

Post 
Baker Charles E., seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Baker Charles E., shipping clerk Haqs Bros., r. 127 

Thirteenth 
Baker Charles H., coachman W. Blackwood, NW cor 

Bryant and Oak Grove Av 
Baker Charles H., lithographer George H. Baker, r. 

S s Green, bet Baker and Lyon 
Baker Charles H., mining engineer, 18-20 Fremont, r. 

1104 Market 
Baker Charles W., clerk James H. Gates, r. 434% Te- 
hama 
Baker Colgate, r. 850 Van Ness Av 
Baker Colgate Mrs., young ladies' seminary, 850 Van 

Ness Av 
Baker Daniel, tanner, r. 9 Fourth 
Baker Divide Mining Co. (Placer Co., Cal) Abraham 

Halsey secretary, 328 Montgomery 
Baker Edward P. Rev., r. 1909 Jessie 
Baker Eliza Miss, liquor saloon, 908 Kearny, r. 13 

Hinckley 
Baker Eugene J., drayman, r. 22 Oak Grove Av 
Baker Fannie E. Mrs., assistant Mission Grammar 

School, r. 1519 Golden Gate Av 
Baker Frank, r. 803 Montgomery 
Baker Frank, porter, r. 36 Clay 
Baker Frederick, liquor saloon, 710 Montgomery 
Baker George, marine diver, r. 141 Townsend 
Baker George, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 1106 Clay 
Baker George C, deckhand stmr General McPherson, 

Washington St.Wharf 
Baker George H., lithographer, 329 Sansome, r. S 8 

Green, bet Baker and Lyon 
Baker George H., molder Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

1227 Pierce 
Baker George L., bricklayer, r. 1227 Pierce 
Baker George O., conductor Sutter St. RR., r. 1026 

Sutter 
Baker Henry, baker, r. 1036 Clay 
Baker Henry, candymaker, r. 3 Graham PI 
Baker Henry, glassworker John Mallon, r. 40 Langton 
Baker Henry G., waiter, r. 927 Folsom 
Baker Henry T., clerk, r. 701 Stockton 
Baker Horace, mining, r. 1515 Broadway 
Baker Isaac, attendant U. S. Marine Hospital, r. W s 

Dolores, bet Duncan and Twenty-eighth, rear 
Baker Isaac M., groceries and liquors, NW cor Eddy 

and Mason, r. 40 Eddy 
Baker Isaiah (Freeman & Baker) r. 925 Washington 
Baker James, draftsman, r. 227 Second 
Baker James B. sailmaker, r. 1307 Larkin 
Baker James W., bookkeeper Henry C. Edgerton, r. 

Oakland 
Baker Jane B., stewardess P. M. SS. George W. Elder 
Baker J. Harry, supt Boys and Girls Aid Society, r. 

68 Clementina 
Baker John, longshoreman, r. 372 Brannan 
Baker John, bakery, 510 Sixteenth 
Baker John, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 1106 Clay 
Baker John, watchman P. C. SS. Senator, r. 332 

Brannan 
Baker John B., bookkeeper, r. 1626 Sacramento 
Baker John E., hackman, r. 308 Sutter 
Baker John G., paymaster Pacific Improvement Co., 

NE cor Fourth and Townsend, room 4, r. Oakland 
Baker John H., bootblack, 1164 Market, r. 144 Fifth 
Baker John H., clerk, r. 837% Hayes 
Baker John H.. driver Sutter St. RR. 
Baker John H., miller, r. S s Lombard, bet Webster 

and Buchanan 
Baker John M., salesman Baker & Hamilton, r. Oak- 
land 
Baker Joseph, clerk A. & A. Baker, r. 14 Ninth 
Baker Joseph, jeweler, r. 637 California 
Baker Joseph laborer Pac. Box Factory, r. 1217 Kearny 
Baker Joseph, machinist, r. 524 Bryant 
Baker Joseph, saloonkeeper, r. 1011 Howard 
Baker Joseph H., policeman City Hall.r. 211 Sixteenth 
Baker J. Ridley, clerk I. W. Taber & Co., r. Oakland 
Baker Judah (Stevens, Baker & Co.) r. 316 Fremont 



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Office, 116 Front St., Factory, South San Fr'sco 



3aker L. A. Mrs., widow, r. 1090 Union 

3aker L. G. Mrs., widow, r. 1519 Golden GateAv 

taker Lillie, domestic 1640 Pine 

Baker Livingston L. (Baker & Hamilton) r. 1608 Van 
Ness Av 

3aker Louis, laborer, r. 1507 Powell 

3aker Louis F., commission merchant, 113 Washing- 
ton, r. Oakland 

3aker Louisa, widow, r. 328 Third, rear 

3aker Marian, domestic 2217 Webster 

3aker Mary F., widow, r. 434 M Tehama 

3aker Maurice M., special policeman, r. 4 Erie 

3aker Oliver H., merchant, r. 700 Broadway 

3aker Osborn F. (Baker $ James) and extraman En- 
gine No. 1, S. F. F. D., r. 419 Pacific 

3aker Peter, saloonkeeper, r. 25 Moss 

taker Peter, seaman, r. 36 Tehama 

taker Robert, laborer, r. 533 Sacramento 

taker Robert, teamster, r. 7 Dodge 

taker Robert B., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 
r. 2517 Larkin 

taker Robert T., teamster, r. 1004 McAllister 

taker Samuel (Nickerson & Co.) and bookkeeper Stev- 
ens, Baker & Co., r. East Oakland 

taker Samuel, liquor saloon, 727 Montgomery, r. 220 
Montgomery Av 

taker Samuel, salesman A. Andrews, r. 221 Mont 

taker Samuel, salesman Gioson & Preston, r. 1322 
O'Farrell 

taker Samuel C, teamster, r. N s Fifteenth Av, bet 
Q and R, South S. F. 

taker Samuel D., teacher, r. 800 Stockton 

Saker Sarah Mrs., r. 1225 Market 

taker S. C, compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 109 Fifth 

taker Thomas, helper T. Mclnarny, r. 1004 McAllister 

taker Walter, r. 276 Minna 

iaker Walter H., clerk Stevens. Baker & Co., r. 717 
Shotwell 

taker Walter T., printer, r. 22 Hayes ■ 

taker William, carpenter, r. 13 Twenty-second 

Saker William, clerk, r. 509 Washington 

iaker William G., sash and blindmaker, r. 434% Te- 
hama 

laker & Hamilton (Livingston L. Baker and 
Robert M. Hamilton) importers and jobbers agri- 
cultural implements, machines, hardware, etc., 
and proptrs Sweep Stake Plow Co., 13-19 Front, 
and 9-15 J, Sacramento City 

laker & Hamilton Manufacturing Co. 
(Benicia) mnfrs agricultural implements, tools, 
etc., office 13-19 Front 

taker & James (Of born F. Baker and Richard James) 
liquor saloon,.825 Montgomery 

laker's Home, Moeller & Grauffel proptrs, 625 
Clay 

iakhauss Edward, r. 4 Chatham PI 

takich Matthew (Aralda & Co.) r. 419 Davis 

iakker Reyer E., master mariner, r. 212 Steuart 

Jako^sky Carl, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 4 Mari- 
posa Terrace 

ialabussich Milo, with John Miller, r. SE cor Steuart 
and Mission 

lalanesi Angelo, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 

Salanesi Joseph, produce commission, 107 Clark, r. 
SW cor Clark and Davis 

ialbi Louis, merchant, r. 526 Broadway 

ialbino Charles, £ook, r. 410 Jackson 

Salch Daniel W., assayer, r. 801 Golden Gate Av 

talch Horace M., organ builder and musical instru- 
ment tuner and repairer, 843 Mission 

Salch J. W., captain bark Columbia, Pier 10 Steuart, 
r. 28 Rincon PI 

talch Olive A., widow, r. 1112 Hyde 

ialcom Lydia E. Mrs., seamstress Ladies' Pro. and 
Relief Soc, E s Franklin bet Geary and Post 

ialcom Margaret, widow, r. 1413 Larkin 

Said Hermann, collector, r. 1013 Mission 

ialdizzoni Giovanni, packer Ghirardelli & Danzel, r. 
Kearny, bet Broadway and Pacific 

Saldocchi Angelo, r. 1514 Dupont 

ialdocchi G., fruits and vegetables, 1308 Dupont 

taldridge Michael, stockbroker, r. 1812 Pine 

ialdwin Albert S., physician, office 313 Kearny, r. 
530 Geary 

ialdwin Alexander R., capitalist, office 328 Mont- 
gomery, r. SW cor Union and Pierce 

ialdwin Alfred W., superintendent Porter, Oppen- 
heiruer, Slessinger & Co., r. 418 Minna 

ialdwin Anderson S., artist, 415 Montgomery, r. 
Oakland 



Baldwin Archibald S., clerk Haggin & Tevis, r 817 
Larkin 

Baldwin Charles, r. 931 Market 

Baldwin Charles, stonemason, r. 14 Salmon 

Baldwin Charles H. (C. Adolphe Low & Co., and W 
W. Montague & Co.) r. New York 

Baldwin Daniel P.. patternmaker, r. 1502 Stockton 

Baldwin E. J., capitalist, r. The Baldwin 

Baldwin E. J. Mrs., r. Palace Hotel 

Baldwin Elizabeth, artist, r. W s Harrison, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first 

Baldwin Fannie V., cashier retail dept A. L. Bancroft 
& Co., r. 501 Post 

Baldwin Frederick A., salesman W. & J. Sloane, r. 
24 Ellis 

Baldwin George E., engineer, r. 1517 California 

Baldwin Harry S., r. 2235 Howard 

Baldwin Henry R., polisher La Grande Laundry, E s 
Thirteenth , bet Folsom and Howard 

Baldwin Hiram S., physician, office 612 Clay, r. 2700 
Pierce 

Baldwin Ida Miss, dressmaker, r. 1402 Bush 

Baluwin James T., driver Edward P. White, r. 551 
Stevenson 

Baldwin James W., carpenter S. F. Public School 
Dept., r. 711 Van Ness Av 

Baldwin J. E. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Primarv 
School, r. 2015 Fillmore 

Baldwin John M., laundryman, r. NW cor Turk and 
Fillmore 

Baldwin Josiah A., clerk registry dept Post Office, r. 
614 Powell 

Baldwin Leon, r, 205 Taylor 

Baldwin Livery Stables, C. P. Taylor proptr, 11 
Powell 

Baldwin Lloyd, attorney at law, 606 Montgomery, 
r. Vernon Heights. Oakland 

Baldwin Locomotive "Works (of Philadelphia) 
Williams, Dimond & Co. agents, 202 Market and 
3 Pine 

Baldwin Lydia, widow, r. 107 Hayes 

Baldwin Marcus M., r. 2235 Howard 

Baldwin Nellie S. Miss, assistant Hamilton Grammar 
School, r. 1517 California 

Baldwin Orville D., restaurant, 532 Commercial, r. 
612 Jones 

Bald-win Pharmacy, Henry B. Slaven proptr, 
NE cor Market and Powell 
I Baldwin, Sexton & Peterson, mnfg jewelers 

(New York) Phelps & Miller agents, 120 Sutter 
j Baldwin Sherman C, physician, office 850 Market, r. 

Oakland 
! Baldwin Sidney M., carpenter, r. 1 Noble PI 
1 Baldwin Starr, physician, office and r. 513 Ellis 
! Baldwin Stephen T., office 207 Front, r. 22 Sixth 
| Baldwin The, E. J. Baldwin proptr, H. H. Pear- 
son manager, NE cor Powell and Market ' 

Baldwin Theatre, Thomas Maguire manager, 
Charles H. Goodwin treasurer, Robert M. Eberle 
stage manager, 932-936 Market 

Baldwin Thomas, painter, r. 446 Brannan 

Baldwin William H., contractor, r. 2132 Stockton 

Baldwin William H., shipcarpenter P. M. SS. Co., r. 3 
Liberty 

Baldwin 1 * Dining' Palace, Alexander W. Wil- 
son proptr, 35-37 Geary 

Baldy Lizzie F. Mrs., r. 617 Larkin 

Balfe Michael J., bartender, r. 2317 Webster 

Balfour, Guthrie & Co. (Robert Balfour, Alex- 
ander Guthrie and Robert B. Forman) commis- 
sion merchants, 316 California 

Balfour Charles, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 
r. Marlborough House 

Balfour Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) r. 717 Post 

Balfrey John, shoemaker, 506 % Howard 

Balge Henry A., wood carver, r. 624 Fourth 

Baliario Antonio, carpenter, r. 1406 Kearny 

Balig Henry, ropemaker, r. Mariposa, bet Missouri 
and Connecticut 

Balink Herman, machinehand Andrew Frei, r. Point 
San Quentin 

Balk Fredrick, master mariner, r. 1525% Dupont 

Balk Governeur S., porter Kohler & Chase, r. 1118 Fil- 
bert 

Balk Stephen S.. clerk A. C. Robinson & Co. and as- 
sistant foreman Hose No. 8, S.F.F.D., r. 2013 Hyde 

Balke William, proptr Telegraph House, 921 Batten- 
Ball A. E. (Sawyer & Ball) attorney at law, 502 Mont- 
gomery, r. 8 Mason 

Ball Anna E., widow, r. W s Scott, bet Clay and Sac 



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Ball Charles, r. 2810 Mission 

Ball Charles, porter, r. 23$ Russ 

Ball Charles T., cook What Cheer House Restaurant, 

529 Sacramento 
Ball Francis J., whitener J. Q. Garfield, r. 11 Eliza- 
beth 
Ball Francis M., contractor and builder, r. 417 Minna 
Ball Frank, clerk M. J. Flavin, r. 11 Bagley PI 
Ball Frank, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Ball Frank H., entry clerk Crane & Brigham, r. 907 

Sutter 
Ball Frederick, janitor 316 California, r. 8 Perry 
Ball Gardner (Ball & Julian) r. Oakland 
Ball G. D., pianomover Kohler & Chase, r. Oakland 
Ball George A., mining, 328 Montgomery, r. 1818 

Ball George L., starter Geary St., P. and O. RR., r. 1110 
Fillmore 

Ball Horace W., chief clerk auditor M. P. and M. dept 
C. P. RR., r. Oakland 

BallJames, merchant, r. 157 Ninth 

Ball James E., varnisher, r. 21 Fulton, rear 

Ball Jessie, widow, r. 1317 Larkin 

Ball Joel, dentist, r. 45 Garden Av 

Ball John, chicken ranch, SW cor Russia Av and 
Maple, Excelsior Homestead 

Ball John, watchmaker Thos. D.Hall, r. 1130 Market 

Ball John C, clerk James B. Haggin, r. Lick House 

Ball John S., machinist, r. 1030 McAllister 

Ball Nicholas A., painter, r. 1122 Larkin 

Ball Richard, butcher Lobos Square Packing House, 
r. 32 Natoma 

Ball Thaddeus, bakery, 770 Howard 

Ball Theodore, capitalist, r. 44 Sixth 

Ball Thomas, longshoreman G. H. Whitney, 114 
Steuart 

Ball William K., messenger Pac. Transfer Co., r. 1317 
Larkin 

Ball William M., seaman, r. 44 Steuart 

Ball William P., machinist Marcus C. Hawley & Co., 
r. 11 Bagley PI 

Ball William T., traveling salesman, r. 157 Ninth 

Ball& Julian (Gardner Ball and George N. Julian) 
proptrs Occidental Wool Depot, N s Townsend, 
bet Fifth and Sixth 

Ballagh John L., assistant foreman Pac. Stove and 
Iron Works Co., r. 423 Minna 

Ballantine Charles M., bookkeeper Mills, Leak & Co., 
r. 808 Twentieth 

Ballantine Edward W., clerk Mills, Leak & Co., r. 808 
Twentieth 

Ballantine Matthew, r. 140 M Shipley 

Ballard , contractor, r. 114 Guerrero 

Ballard A. H., clerk, r. Lick House 

Baliard Duane (Duane Ballard & Co.) f. 1601 Golden 
Gate Av 

Ballard Duane & Co. (Duane Ballard) commis- 
sion and produce brokers, 22 California 

Ballard Edward R., bookkeeper, r. 1601 Golden GateAv 

Ballard Frederick A., r. 205 Powell 

Ballard Frederick P., news agent, r. 629 California 

Ballard George, bathmaker, 215 Second, r. 202 Second 

Ballard George, carpenter, r. W s Folsom, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Ballard George, signwriter A. Wason, r. 31 Everett 

Ballard I. T., oil merchant, r. Lick House 

Ballard John (W. H. Martin & Co.) 26 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Ballard Joseph H., ship clerk, r. 703 Leavenworth 

Ballard. Laura A. Mrs., physician, office and r. 205 
Powell 

Ballard & Hall (Isaac R. Hall) commission merchants, 
320 Sansome 

Ballario Henry, laborer Ghirardelli & Danzel, r. 410 
Broadway 

Ballenberg Nathan, musician, r. 711 California 

Bailer George, porter J. C. Meussdorffer & Son, r. 751 
Harrison 

Bailer George, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 

Balletti John, bartender P. Balletti, r. 738 Vallejo 

Balletti Pietro, liquor saloon, 1508 Powell, r. 738 Val- 
lejo 

Balletto Gabrillo, vegetable dealer, r. Vandewater, bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Bailey Edward, r. 921 Pacific 

Ballhaus Frederick, miner, r. 2209 Leavenworth 

Ballhaus Frederick Jr., blacksmith Peter Okerlund, 
r. 22Q0 Leavenworth 

Ballheimer Charles, stock clerk Levi Strauss & Co., 
r. Alameda 



Ballheimer John M., cook William Koch, r. 907 Folsom 

Balling Anton F., woodturner West Coast Furniture 
Co., r. 12H Langton 

Balling John E. H., clerk, r. 232 Mission 

Ballinger Andrew, laborer, r. 19 J$ Gilbert 

Balliuger Frank J., city editor Morning Call, r. 205 
Eleventh 

Ballinger John G., painter, r. 1125 Mission 

Ballinger Nicholas, butcher, 5 East, r. 510 Chestnut 

Ballinger Samuel, engine room watchman P. M. S3. 
City of Peking 

Ballinger Stephen B., policeman Golden Gate Park 

Ballinger Thomas R., deputy County Clerk, r. 203 
Eleventh 

Ballinger William G., driver United Carriage Co., r. 
17 Hubbard 

Ballinger. See Bellanger and Bellinger 

Ballman William, Stone Cutters' Pro. Assn, 818 
Howard 

Ballou George J., r. 1509 Post 

Balluf Joseph, teamster, r. 8 Harry PI 

Balruer E. J., bellman Palace Hotel 

Balny Alexander J., importer and mnfr ostrich and 
fancy feathers, 608 Market, r. 1333 O'Farrell 

Baloise Marine Insurance Co. of Bagle, 
Harry W. Syz general agent, 225 Sansome 

Baloun Joseph L., merchant tailor, 341 Kearny, r. 615 
Washington 

Balshauser Philipp, baker Gropp & Reichardt, r. 1129 
Dupont 

Balthaser Hugo, clerk, r. 615 Montgomery 

Balthaser Meta, domestic 1912 Clay 

Balthrope Lewis W., carpenter, r. 407 Natoma 

Baltic Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill District) 
Jacob Stadtfeld Jr. secretary, 419 California, 
room 26 

Baltimore Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 
Charles A. Sankey secretary, 331 Montgomery 

Baltimore Mining Co. (Pinal Co., A. T.) Edward F. 
Stone secretary, 306 Pine 

Baltsche August, cooper David Woerner.r. cor Seven- 
teenth and Market 

Balz Adolph, clerk Purchasing and Depot Commissary 
of Subsistence, U. S. A., r. 1938 Jessie 

Balz Adolphus (Balz Brothers & Finkeldey) r. E s 
Nebraska, bet Colusa and Yuba 

Balz Brothers & Finkeldey (Louis and Adolphus 
Balz and Charles Finkeldey) tannery, E s Ne- 
braska, bet Colusa and Yuba 

Balz Lizzie, widow, r. 825 Vallejo, rear 

Balz Louis (Balz Brothers & Finkeldey) r. E s Ne- 
braska, bet Colusa and Yuba 

Balz Valentine, butcher Jacob Schoenfeld, r. S s 
Seventh Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 

Balzarini Carlo, steward A. P. Sartori, r. 1705 Jones 

Balzer Frederick, clerk Lilienthal & Co., r. 33 Clem 

Balzer Hy. & Co, (C. Bertheau) importers and 
commission merchants, and agents Hamburg- 
American Packet Co., Bremen Underwriters and 
Danube-Austrian Insurance Co. (marine branch) 
209 Sansome 

Bamber Joseph J., secretary Sheltered Cove Baths, 
and driver Wells, Fargo k Co.'s Express, r. Beach, 
bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bamber William, weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. 3 Alaska PI 

Bamberger Sigmund S., inspector Custom House, r. 
925 Golden Gate Av 

Bamberger Solomon S., r. 925 Golden Gate Av 

Bammann Frederick, groceries and liquors, 415 Fourth 

Bammann Henry B., teamster Horace Davis & Co., x. 
385 Shotwell 

Bammann Richard, groceries and liquors, 219 Fourth 

Banahan Henry, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 173 Clara 

Banahan P., hostler Smith & Poultney, r. 113 Perry 

Bancroft A. It. & Co. (Albert L. and Hubert H. 
Bancroft) publishers and importing booksellers 
and stationers, printers, bookbinders, lithograph- 
ers, engravers, piano and music dealers, etc., 721 
Market 

Bancroft Albert L. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) r. 1605 
Franklin 

Bancroft Charles E., with A. L. Bancroft & Co., 721 
Market 

Bancroft Eugene A., captain 4th Artillery U. S. A., 
Fort Point 

Bancroft George H., salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 
721 Market 

Bancroft Harlow P., salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 
721 Market 



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ancroft Hubert H. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) r. 1298 
Van Ness Av 

ancroft William B., manager printing and litho- 
graphic dept A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 1508 Pac. Av 

ancroft' s Building 721-723 Market 

ind August, r. 707 Valencia 

md John, Eiggers and Stevedores' Union 80G Mont 

ind Joseph, butcher, NW cor Eighteenth and Valen- 
cia, r. 707 Valencia 

and Stephen, S. F. Baecker Verein, 413 Sutter 

anilbox The, Benoit S. Hirsch proptr, 748 Market 

mdmann Julius (Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.) r. 514 
Lombard 

andmann, Nielsen & Co. (Julius Bandmann 
and Henry Nielsen) importers and commission 
merchants, and general agents Giant Powder Co., 
210 Front 

indoni Pietro, cook Crespini Bardoni, r. 115 Clark 

andouse Emanuel, cook, r. North German Hotel 

mducci Allessandro, r. 416 Pacific 

ane Ann, widow, r. 737 Brannan 

ane. See Bain and Baine 

anehini Frediano, Italian Ben. Soc, 423 Washington 

infield John H., painter, r. 503 Mason 

ang George A., machinist, r. 109 Montgomery 

mgs Albert H., weigher Mission Bay Warehouse, r. 
1936 Stevenson 

angs Edward & Co. (Edward Bangs and Louis Mc- 
Glauflin) proptrs Mission Bay Warehouse, Fourth 
and Channel, Long Bridge 

angs Edward (Bangs, Jewell & Co., and E. Bangs & 
Co.) r. 1936 Stevenson 

angs Franklin, clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co., r. 
Oakland 

angs, Jewell & Co. (Edward Bangs, Orla H. Jewell, 
L. W. McGlauflin and Thomas G. Walkington) 
proptrs King St. Warehouse, S s King, bet Fourth 
and Fifth 

angson Erick, laborer, r. 210 Minna 

ank Bella Mrs., French cap maker, 614 California, 
rear 

ank Commissioners Board of, E. J. Cole- 
man president, J. W. Danks secretarv, 202 San- 
some, room .2 

ank George, machinist, r. 614 California, rear 

ank Joseph, tanner Louis Humel, r. E s Utah, bet 
Yolo and Sonoma 

ank of British Columbia, Frederick Towns- 
end manager, SE cor California and Sansome 

ank of British North America, Archibald 
McKinlay agent, 221 Sansome 

ank of California, William Alvord president, 
Thomas Brown cashier, NW cor California and 
Sansome 

ank of California Building', NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansome 

ank of San Francisco, Jacob L. Browne secretary, 
23 S. F. Stock Exchange Building 

anka Aug., Cigarmakers' Assn., 807 Market 

anker Abraham, hoiisesmith Calvin Nutting & Son, 
r. 142)$ Fourth 

anker Gasper, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 

anker George Edward, housesmith Calvin Nutting 
& Son, r. 142^ Fourth 

iankruptcy Registers (District Cal.) 506 Bat- 
tery and 636 Clay 

anks Caroline, widow, r. 518 Natoma 

anks Charles E., assistant surgeon U. S. Marine 
Hospital, nr Mountain Lake 

anks Charles W., bookkeeper Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Express, r. Oakland 

anks Cyrus, messenger Medical Purveyor U. S. A., 
r. 617 Mission 

anks Elias, bartender, r. 606 Mission 

anks George, beer bottler, r. 5 Cedar Av 

anks George S., proptr Pacific Livery Stable, 709 
Jones, r. 1306 Pine 

anks Gussie Miss, laundry clerk Palace Hotel 

anks Hannah, widow, r. 1067 Broadway 

ianks Henry C, clerk, r. 1067 Broadway 

ianks James, laborer, r. 917 Pacific 

ianks James, steamboatman, r. 318 Davis 

ianks John, cigars and tobacco, 1264 Market 

ianks Joseph, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 233 Third 

ianks Lily Miss, assistant Hamilton Grammar 
School, r. 1419 Washington 

tanks Lizzie M. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 1419 Washington 

ianks Maggie, widow, r. 1419 Washington 

tanks Mary Mrs., unfurnished rooms, 318 Davis 



Banks Robert W., watchman Code, Elfelt & Co., r. 

1007 Stockton 
Banks S., assistant Quartermaster's Dept U. S. A., r. 

163 Jessie 
Banks Thomas C, capitalist, 116 California, r. 1903 

Stockton 
Banks William O. (Meeker & Banks) r. 1419 Wash 
Bankson Joseph B., liquor saloon, 1151 Market 
Bahnan Barbara C. Miss, assistant Pine and Scott St. 

Primary School, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Bridget, widow, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Elizabeth, widow, r. 2032 Folsom 
Bam.an Hugh, laborer, r. 214 Prospect PI 
Bannan John, laborer Battery St. Warehouse, r. 26 

o lover 
Bannan John, laborer freight dept C. P. RR., r. 1214 

Bryant 
Bannan Maggie F. Miss, assistant Jackson St. Primary 

School, r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan Martin (Bannan & Lynch) r. 1001 Battery 
Bannan Patrick, r. 1001 Battery 
Bannan Patrick, engineer, r. E*fe Florida, nr Butte 
Bannan William, clerk Edwards & Co., r. 2012 Pierce 
Bannan & Lynch (Martin Bannan and Simeon Lynch) 

boarding and lodging, 1001 Battery 
Bannan. See Bannon 
Banner Book and Job Printing Co., Rev. 

John Francis proptr, Metropolitan Temple, third 

floor 
Banner Brothers (Pincus and Samuel) importers 

clothing and furnishing goods, NE cor Sutter and 

Sansome 
Banner M. & Co. (Marcus Banner and Fabian 

Toplitz) mnfrs sauces, and canners meats, fruits. 

vegetables, etc., NW cor Spear and Folsom 
Banner Marcus (M. Banner & Co.) r. 1002 Van NessAv 
Banner Packing Co. (M. Banner & Co.) mnfrs 

sauces, and canners meats, fruits, vegetables, 

etc., NW cor Spear and Folsom 
Banner Pincus (Banner Bros.) r. Occidental Hotel 
Banner Samuel (Banner Bros.) r. New York 
Bannerman Alexander, second officer SS. Australia 
Bannerot Eugene A. (Garcin, Son & Co.) r. 2141 Mis- 
sion 
Bannett Harris, tailor, r. 2244 Mission 
Bannett Louis, jeweler, r. 2244 Mission 
Bannick Christian, salesman, r. 609 Grove 
Bannick Johannes F., salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 609 

Grove 
Bannier Marie, domestic 1515 Van Ness Av 
Banning Eliza Miss, dressmaker, r. 32 Ellis 
Banning Frances A. Mrs., principal Sanchez St. Pri- 
mary School, r. W s Castro, bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Banning J. B., law student, Hasting's Law College 
Banning John, blacksmith, r. W s Castro, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth 
Banning Philip, night watchman, r. 311 Eighth 
Banning Philip Jr.,' laborer Steiger & Kerr, r. 311 

Eighth 
Banning William T., laborer, r. 311 Eighth 
Bannings Kate, domestic 1530 Polk 
Bannister Alfred (Starr & Co.) r. Oakland 
Bannister Alfred, araftsman U. S. Surveyor General's 

office, r. Alameda 
Bannister Edward, boxmaker Union Box Factory, r. 

cor South Park Av and Brannan 
Bannister George W. , boxmaker Union Box Factory, 

r. cor South Park Av and Brannan 
Bannister John C, upholsterer F. S. Chadbourne & 

Co., r. 15 Sixth 
Bannister John H., shipcarpenter, r. 133 % Townsend 
Bannister Joseph, upholsterer, r. cor South Park Av 

and Brannan 
Bannister Louisa Mrs., liquor saloon, 108 Jackson 
Bannon John, laborer, r. NE cor Dore and Bryant 
Bannon. See Bannan 

Bansen Thomas, longshoreman, r. 18 Frederick, rear 
Bantel Chas. A., baker, r. SE Thirteenth and Mission 
Bantly Marcus, carrier Morning Call, r. 405 Union 
Banz John, liquor saloon, NW cor Howard and Wash- 
ington Av, r. Ill Park Av 
Banz Joseph J., bartender John Banz, r. NW cor 

Howard and Washington Av 
Banz Louis A., bartender John Banz, r. NW cor How- 
ard and Washington Av 
Baptis John H., mnfr gold pens and cases, 328 Bush, 

r. Berkeley 
Baptist Chinese Mission, Rev. J. B. Hartwell mis- 
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Baptista Jose (Cardoza & Baptista) r. 415 Drumm 
Baptiste Antone, deckhand stnir Oakland, Oakland 

Ferry 
Baptiste H., Cigarmakers' Assn. 807 Market 
Baptiste John, vaquero, r. E s San Bruno Road, nr 

Silver Av 
Baptiste Steve., vegetable pedlar, r. 519 Union 
Baqui D., capitalist, r. 1523 Powell 
Bar Association, rooms 634 Sacramento 
Bar Jacob, butcher, r. S s Sixth Av, bet L and M, 

South S. F. 
Bara Jose, Portuguese Pro. and Benev.Assn, 510 Bush 
Barada Ernest, clerk Sim. Seriat & Co., r. 754 Bryant 
Barada Laurent, traveling salesman Both & Co.,r. 754 

Bryant 
Baran Gustave, S. F. Baecker Verein, 413 Sutter 
Barandohl Rudolph, carpenter, r. 243 Clara 
Barao Antonio 0., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Ass*, 

510 Bush 
Barao Augustino C, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 510 Bush •* 
Barao Jose C, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 510 

Bush 
Barathello Francisco, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Baratti Giovanni, junkdealer, r. 30 Russ 
Baratti Luigi, upholsterer Cal. Furniture Co., r. 201 

Ellis 
Barattini Lorenzo, porter, r. 9 Lafayette PI 
Baraty Francois, r. 203 Valencia 
Baraty George E., clerk John Saulnier & Co., r. 203 

Valencia 
Baraty Jean M., butcher, r. 1804 Dupont 
Barau'd Phillipe, Cosmopolitan Culinary Soc, 625 

California 
Barbanson John, r. 26 Jessie 

Barbara Angel M., actress The Tivoli, r. 609 Folsom 
Barbara Frank, waiter, r. 235 Langton 
Barbarin Gracia, baker, r. 1413 Dupont 
Barbarino Bartholomew, gardener De Martini Bros., 

near Six Mile House 
Barbaste A., laundryman r. 838 Clay 
Barbaste R. lime., laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat John, apothecary and physician, 910 Pacific 
Barbat John H., clerk John Barbat, r. 910 Pacific 
Barbe Jean, laborer F. Larroche, r. NE cor Sixth Av 

and M, South S. F. 

Barbeck , r. 36 Clay 

Barbee Henry B., r. 1090 Union 

Barbee Jean, florist, r. SE cor Post and Baker 

Barbee John, stockbroker, r. 1090 Union 

Barber Augustus H.. clerk, r. 729 Green 

Barber Benjamin (Barber & Whitney) r. 374 Natoma 

Barber Brothers (Charles J. and E. T.) mnfrs dry 

gold washing machines, NE cor Mission and 

Fremont, office 2 Summer 
Barber Charles, milkranch, Washington, bet Maple 

and Cherry 
Barber Charles J. (Barber Bros.) r. Oakland 
Barber Charles L., watchman Washington St. Wharf, 

r. 11 33 Harriet 
Barber Dennis, laborer, r. 415 Jones 
Barber E. T. (Barber Bros.) r. Oakland 
Barber Edward W., liquor saloon, Es Central Av, bet 

Bush and Sutter 
Barber George, student Pac. Business College, r. 1222 

Barber James B., clerk George Thacher & Co., r. S s 

Twenty-fourth, bet Castro and Diamond 
Barber John, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barber John A., contractor, r. 24 Bernard 
Barber John A. Jr., plasterer, r. 24 Bernard 
Barber Julia, widow, r. 1223 Pine 
Barber Mary, domestic 711 Leavenworth 
Barber Osceola, pianomaker, r. 24 Bernard 
Barber Robert (Barber & Finch) r. 229 Post 
Barber S. A. Mrs., widow, r. 1625 Webster 
Barber S. George A., foreman John A. Shaber, r. 1007 

Market 
Barber Thomas H., pilot, 506 Battery, r. 1222 Pacific 
Barber William, bargetender, r. NW cor Fifth and 

Channel 
Barber William (Doyle, Barber & Scripture) attorney 

at law, 323 California, r. San Rafael 
Barber Zachary T., driver Mitchell & Hobe, r. 230 

Fourteenth 
Barber & Finch (Robert L. Barber and George L. 

Finch) tailors, 229 Post 
Barber & Whitney (Benjamin Barber and John 

T.Whitney) carpenters and builders and proptrs 

Cal. Asphaltum Works, 127 Fifth 



Barber. See Barbier and Barbour 

Barberi Frank, janitor 71 New Montgomery, r. 235 

Langton 
Barbetta F. & Co. (Frederick and Nicholas Barbetta) 

fish dealers, 31 S. F. Market 
Barbetta Frederick (F. Barbetta & Co.) r. 433 Broad- 
way 
Barbetta Nicholas (F. Barbetta & Co.) r. 433 Broadway 
Barbich Anton, cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 3 Law- 
rence PI 
Barbier Armand, decorator, 533 Washington, r. 708 

Mason 
Barbier Bartolomeo, r. 114 Shipley 
Barbier Joseph P., barber, 1226 Dupont, r. 516 Vallejo 
Barbier Paul L. A., liquor dealer, r. 209 Eighth, rear 
Barbieri Giuseppe (Giuseppe Barbieri & Co.) r. 142533 

Dupont 
Barbieri Giuseppe & Co. (Giuseppe Barbieri and 
Adolph Martinelli) restaurant, SW cor Montgom- 
ery Av and Broadway 
Barbieri Paul (Levaggi. Barbieri & Co.) r. 752 Harrison 
Barbieri Stephen, salesman, r. 114 Shipley 
Barbinson J. A. (J. Bolan & Co.) r. Gailhard Hotel 
Barbolla Luis. Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 Mont 
Barboni Joseph, cook Bocken & Baccala, r. 629 Bdwy 
Barbour Brothers, mnfrs Irish flax threads, sail 
and bag twines and salmon gill net twines, 511 
Market 
Barbour Clitus, attorney at law, 715 Clay, r. Rubs 

House 
Barbour J. K., Ship Calkers' Assn, 44 Spear 
Barbour Millie, nurse, r. International Hotel 
Barbrack Ferdinand, bathtender German Hospital 
Barbrack Frederick, baker Cal. Cracker Co., r. 10 St. 

Charles PI 
Barca Peter, laborer, r. 629 Broadway 
Barcel John N., Cigarmakers' Assn, 807 Market 
Barcellos Jose, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 510 

Bush 
Barcelos Manoel T. .Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

510 Bush 
Barchi Giuseppe, pedlar, r. 4 Burgoyne PI 
Barchus Annie, widow, copyist new City Hall, r.- 202 

Stockton 
Barckhausen Bertha, widow, r. 716 Franklin 
Barclay David B., stereotyper S. F. Chronicle, r. 1045. 

Howard 
Barclay Henry, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Barclay James, r. 1035 Market 
Barclay Mary, widow, r. 1117 Howard 
Barclay Pete'r T. (Hatch & Barclay) r. 28 Stanly PI 
Barclay Robert, carriagemaker, r. 714 Green 
Barclay R. S. Mrs., r. 1642 Polk 
Barclay Thomas, r. 541 Second 
Barclay Thomas, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Barclay Thomas H., clerk Edward P. Cole, r. 1117' 

Howard 
Barclay. See Barkley 

Barcovich Peter, Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
Bardell Martin, seaman, r. 28 Clay 
Barden Thomas J., tinsmith, r. 1119 Mission 
Barder Charles, barber, r. 140 Fourth 
Bardet Alexauder, bookkeeper Husson & Bolado, r.. 

827 Greenwich 
Bardet Constance, widow, milliner, 225 Montgomery 

Av, r. N s Filbert, bet Powell and Mason 
Bardet Pauline, widow, r. 827 Greenwich 
Bardez Frank, foundryman, r. 532 Howard 
Bardi Angelo, fisherman, r. 700 Front 
Bardies Philip, driver Frederick Seibel, r. 735 O'Far- 

rell 
Bardo Andrew, carpenter, r. 50 Natoma 
Bardon Louis, brewer, r. 411 Pacific 
Bardon Patrick, carpenter, r. N s Eleventh Av, bet P' 

and Q. South S. F. 
Bardoni Crespini, liquor saloon and boarding, 115- 

Clark 
Bardwell Charles W., railroad man, r. 2215 Post 
Bare Brothers (Edward, Gustave and Solomon), 
carpets, furniture and upholstery, 306-308 Hayes- 
Bare Edward (Bare Bros^) r. 347 33 Grove 
Bare Gustave (Bare Bros.) r. 347 33 Grove 
Bare Solomon (Bare Bros.) r. 34733 Grove 
Bare. See Baehr, Baer and Bahr 

Bareda F. L., shipping agent, 213 Sansome, r. 2121 Bu- 
chanan 
Bareillcs Emile, butcher, r. Fifth Av, bet K and L, 

South S. F. 
Bareillcs Felicien, dairyman A. T. Noble & Co., r. NW 
cor Thirtieth and San Jos<5 Av 



»flire, 116 FRONT ST., Manufacturers of 
CASTDIiES of all kinds. Glycerine, Stearine, 
Glein, Laundry and Toilet SOAPS. 



JDAXV J. 

'eilles John B., tripemaker, r. S s Sixth Av, bet L 

and M, South S. F. 
•eilles Joseph, bartender Francois Larroche, r. cor 

Fifth Av an.l M, South S. F. 
•eilles Thomas, milkman, r. SE cor Octavia and 

Greenwich 

•eis Adolph, butcher A. Geantit, r. 907 Vallejo 
•eis Teresa, widow, r. 907 Vallejo 
•ela Juan, cigarmaker, r. 15 Pinkney PI 
■ela Marie Miss, dressmaker, r. 17 Hinckley 
•ela Paulina Mrs., dressmaker, r. 15 Pinkney PI 
•ela Refugia Miss, milliner, r. 15 Pinkney PI 
ela Sisto Miss, milliner, r. 15 Pinkney PI 
eman Christina, cook NW cor Taylor and Cal 
•ends Barnett E., speculator, office 220 Montgom- 
ery, r. 219 Dupont 

■enkamp Nellie Miss, copyist, r. 761 % Howard 
•enstecher Charles, bartender George Smith, r. 38 

Eddy 

•etta Angelo, post trader Presidio Reservation 
•etti Peter, fisherman, r. 643 Broadway 
•eyt Mary Miss, featherworker A. J. Balny, r. 430 

Green 

■field George, r. 729 California 
•fott H., cook Presidio Reservation 
•fred John, fisherman, r. 715 Davis 
•g John C. (D. Tiedeman & Co.) r. Hollister, San 

Benito Co. 
•ger Denel E., physician, office and r. 930 Market, 

room 17 
•ger William R., machinist Isaac H. Small, r. 20 

Jessie 

•ghorn Gustave, steward schr Eva.r. 5 Washington 
gion Manuel, engineer Bay View Distillery, r. 216 

Clara 

•gion William, barber D. J. Linehan. r. 216 Clura 
gman Jacob, milkman, r. Pierce, bet Union and 

Filbert 
•gones James, porter Pascal, Dubedat & Co., r. 2219 

Powell 
•gones Leonardo, porter Pascal, Dubedat & Co., r. 

430 Jackson 

•goni Giacomo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
•goni Petrina, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
■gren Charles, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
gstream George G., manager Rudolph Meiners, r. 

153 Fifth 
•g6tream Hans, master mariner, r. SE cor Spear 

and Harrison 
•ham John A., attorney at law, 604 Kearny, r. East 

Oakland 

iaga Ascencion, r. 1136 Sutter 

ibino Charles, packer Cutting Packing Co., r. 335 

Union 
ibino Rosa, packer Cutting Packing Co., r. 335 

Union 
ibino Santa, packer Cutting Packing Co., r. 335 

Union 

icevich John, restaurant keeper, r. 1055 Market 
icevich M., Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
ile Michael, driver, r. 418 Union 
ini G., r. 906 Pacific 

iou August, bookkeeper P. Liesenfeld, r. 945 Fol 
•ittini Lorenzo, porter Siebe Bros. & Plagemann, r. 

Oakland 

■ji Michael, with G. Baldocchi, r. 1308 Dupont 
•k E. F., r. 627 Commercial 
•k House Creek Gravel Mining Co. (Siskiyou Co., 

Cal.) W. H. H. Hart secretary, 230 Montgomery, 

room 24 
•ke A., blacksmith California St. RE., r. 420 

O'Farrell 
■ke Elias, milker L. J. Ewell, r. SE cor Vermont 

and Nevada 

•ke William, actor The Tivoli, r. 812 Kearny 
•keloo John, speculator, r. 1114 Post 
rker Alfred, salesman Keane Bros., r. 1027 Mission 
rker Charles, matchmaker Metropolitan Match Fac- 
tory, r. N s Boyd, bet Harrison and Bryant 
*er C. R., driver Market St. RR., r. 1518 Eddy 
."ker E. B. Mrs., widow, r. 14 Stanly PI 
•ker Edward, molder Low & Chartirey, r. West Oak- 
land 

rker Ed.ward, steward P. C. SS. Victoria 
■ker Edward B., bartender Frank A. Mackert, r. 636 

Commercial 
rker Enoch W., teacher ornamental penmanship 

Barnard's Business College, 120 Sutter 
rker Frank, carpenter, r. Sixteenth Av, bet P and 

Q, South S. F. 



V JDA.SX 

Barker Grace, widow, r. 1421 Folsom 

Barker H., painter, r 132 Fourth 

Barker Henry, helper Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 1 

Boyd 
Barker Henry L., brickmaker, r. 309 Capp 
Barker Henry L., carpenter, r. 1918 Union 
Barker Henry N., trunkmaker, r. N s Powhattan, nr 

San Bruno Road 
Barker Hosea, whitener, 903 Jones 
Barker Isaac, brickmaker, r. 309 Capp 
Barker James, upholsterer, r. 637 Howard 
Barker James H., housepainter, r. 132 Fourth 
Barker John, carpenter, r. N s Sixteenth Av, bet P and 

Q, South S. F. 
Barker John S., r. 636 Post 
Barker John T., r. 1314 Folsom 
Barker Mary, widow, r. W s Ocean View Road, bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Barker Martha H., widow, r. 2223 Post 
Barker M. O. Mrs. (Barker & Co.) r. 309 Capp 
Barker Richard, spring bed mnfr, 1654 Mission, r. 17 

First Av 
Barker Squire, molder Savage & Son, r. Oakland 
Barker Stephen, contractor, r. 528 Eighteenth 
Barker Timothy L., office 126 Market, r. Oakland 
Barker & Co. (Mrs. M. O. Barker and Miss C. A. 

Rutherford) decorative art rooms, 14 O'Farrell 
Barkes Christian, laborer, r. 18 Natoma 
Barkhaus D. (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. Alameda 
Barkhaus Frederick W. (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. 1004 

Sutter 
Barkhaus F. W. & D., books and stationery, 213 

Kearny 
Barkhaus J., laborer American Sugar Refinery 
Barkhaus W., engineer Geary St., P. and O. RR., 

r.1618 Buchanan 
Barkhausen Theodore, laborer, r. 5 Bonita 
Barkin Margaret, domestic 410 Geary 
Barkley Andrew J., printer, r. 221 Mason 
Barkley Charles, printer, r. 60 Third 
Barkley William H., bookkeeper Pool & Harris, r. 1019 

Union 
Barkley. See Barclay 
Barlage Charles G., sign painter Gumpertz & Brooks, 

r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry A., carpenter, 8W cor i Seventeenth 

and Castro, r, 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry D., driver, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage William A., bookkeeper Asa Fiske, r. 27 Clin- 
ton Park 
Barlam Robert, master mariner, r. 281 Stevenson 
Barlett Francisco, laborer A. Onderdonk 
Barli Alexander, merchant tailor, 651 Washington, r. 

724^ Market 
Barling Harry, builder, r. 646 Market 
Barling Horatio H., stockbroker, r. 631 Webster 
Barling Horatio J., student, r. 631 Webster 
Barling John, laborer Charles J. Holmes, r. 1 Le- 

roy Pt 
Barling Louisa, widow, ladies' nurse, r. 1710 Broderick 
Barlough George, porter, r. 951 Harrison 
Barlow Caroline B. Missy principal Broadway Pri- 
mary School, r. 1312 Jones 
Barlow Charles, workman U. S. Mint, r. 1 Fifth 
Barlow C. W., r. 549 Mission 

Barlow Frank T., salesman Muser Bros., r. 262 Clem 
Barlow John, laborer, r. 69 Minna 
Barlow John, machinist Pac Iron Works, r. 63 Na- 
toma 
Barlow Martin, longshoreman, r. 324 Vallejo 
Barlow Mary, widow, r. 262 Clementina 
Barlow Richard, pantryman Columbia Hotel 
Barlow Sarah, widow, nurse, r. 63 Natoma 
Barlow William W., clerk, r. 113 Seventh 
Barluglia Carlo, fruit and vegetables, 741 Vallejo 
Banna David, quartermaster O. and O. SS. Oceanic 
Barman Antone, milker Davidson & Scharetg, r. NW 

cor Sierra and Pennsylvania Av 
Barman Frederick, cigarmaker J.L. Fichthaler, r. 4Jf) 

Sixth 
Barman Isaac, brassfinisher William T. Garratt, r. 410 

Sixth 
Barman John, tailor, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman John S., night inspector Custom House, r. 

410 Sixth 
Barman Jonas, real estate, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Rebecca Miss, fancy goods, 124 Fifth, r. 943 

Folsom 
Barman Sarah Miss, saleslady Miss R. Barman, r. 943 

Folsom 



E0. W. CLARK 



645 XABKET STREET, Yl'bolenale and Retail Dealer 111 

Fa;er Hangings and Shade Material. Manufacturer of Window Shades 



Barnaby R. H., conductor Market St. BR., r. 1211 
Steiner 

Barnacle James, sawfiler Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co. , r. 542 
Fifteenth 

Barnard Alexander B. , mechanical engineer, 72 
Nevada Block, r. Oakland 

Barnard Caroline A., widow, r. 422 Post 

Barnard Edward, second officer ship Olympus 

Barnard Frank (Frank Barnard & Co.) r. 418 Eddy 

Barnard Frank «& Co. (Frank Barnard and 
Henry Voorman) importers and jobbers coal, and 
agents Newport Coos Bay Coal Co., 213-217 Jackson 

Barnard F. T., student Heald's Business College 

Barnard George B. , manager Cal. District Tele- 
graph Co., and Bay and Coast Telegraph Co.. and 
ticket agent South P. C. RR., office 208 Montgom- 
ery, r. 120 Sutter 

Barnard Henry, president Barnard's Business 
College, 120 Sutter 

Barnard Isaac D.(S. H. Seymour & Co.) r. Russ House 

Barnard- James, machinist, r. Eentucky, bet Butte 
and Napa 

Barnard James C, collarmaker Main & "Winchester, r. 
1306 Montgomery 

Barnard Joseph, glassware and crockery, 314 Sixth, r. 
517 Stevenson 

Barnard Lemuel H., bookkeeper S. F. Candle Co., r. 
2007 Howard 

Barnard Matthew D., shoemaker Jory Bros., r. 307 
Eighteenth 

Barnard Moses S., cooper, r. S s Sonoma, bet Vermont 
and Kansas 

Barnard Thomas G., contractor and builder, r. 32 
Rincon PI 

Barnard William L., laborer, r. 420 Sixth 

Barnard's Business College and Tele- 
graphic Institute, Henry Barnard president, 
120 Sutter 

Barnard. See Bernard and Bernhard 

Barued F., r. 957 Market 

Barner Christian, pianomaker, r. 2617 Clay 

Barner Louis, fruits and vegetables, SE cor Ninth 
and Natoma 

Barner William, groceries and liquors, NE cor Ninth 
and Natoma 

Barnes Andrew J., r. 675 Mission 

Barnes A. S. & Co. (New York) publishers and sta- 
tioners, Edward F. Adams agent, 329 Sansome 

Barnes Benjamin J., expressman, r. 812 Dolores, rear 

Barnes Charles A., plasterer, r. SW cor Howard and 
Twenty-fourth 

Barnes Daniel H., quartermaster P. M. SS. Granada, 
r. 20 Clementina 

Barnes David, tailor, 514 Pine, r. 717 Vallejo 

Barnes Edward H., engineer Harvey W. Rice, r. 468 
Sixth 

Barnes Edward T., bartender J. H. McDonough, r.211 
Tehama 

Barnes Emma Miss, nurse, r. 1824 Eddy 

Barnes Euclid T., assistant secretary California In- 
surance Co., r. Alameda 

Barnes Frederick, millwright, r. 1827 O'Farrell 

Barnes George, milk ranch, NE cor Octavia and 
Greenwich 

Barnes George E., dramatic editor Morning Call, r. 
Commercial Hotel 

Barnes Harvey S., engineer Geary St., P. and O. RR., 
r. 1835 O'Farrell 

Barnes Henry, butcher Michelssen, Brown & Co., r. 
cor Tenth Av and L, South S. F. 

Barnes Henry L., carpenter Albert Washburn, r. 420 
Sixth 

Barnes Ira, watchmanCity RR., r.Woodward's Gardens 

Barnes James, blacksmith, r. 17 Russell 

Barnes Jay, collector, r. 14 Metcalfe PI 

Barnes J. D., carpenter and builder, 28 New Mont- 
gomery, r. Revere House 

Barnes John, helper S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, r. 
17 Russell 

Barnes Louisa, domestic 419 Ivy Av 

Barnes M. Mrs., r. 1049 Mission 

Barnes Minnie, widow, r. 108 Valencia 

Barnes Monroe, engineer Horace Davis & Co., r. 405 
Taylor 

Barnes R. E., agent, r. 615 Stockton 

Barnes Richard L., bookkeeper Bank of British Co- 
lumbia, r. Oakland 

Barnes Richard M., policeman City Hall, r. 430 Mont- 
gomery Av 

Barnes R. K. Mrs., widow, r. 906 Market 



Barnes Robert, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 

Barnes Robert L. C, accountant Evening Bulletin, r. 

1023 Stockton 
Barnes T., teamster Presidio Reservation 
Barnes Thomas, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Barnes W. H. Lj., attorney at law, 426 California, 

room 7, r. Palace Hotel 
Barnes Willard F., boxmaker Fechheimer & Steele, r. 

2039 Howard 
Ba.nes William Mrs., widow, carpenter shop, 1924 

Ellis 
Barnes William, ldomfixer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. Larkin, bet North Point and Beach 
Barnes William F., agent, r. 615 Stockton 
Barnes William H., editor Weekly Call, r. Brunswick 

House 
Barnes William P., capitalist, r. Lick House 
Barnes William T., trunkmaker, r. 2039 Howard 
Barnet Emanuel, upholsterer Cal. Furniture Manuf . 

Co., r. 748 Howard 
Barnett Absalom J., draftsman John P. Gaynor, r. 946 

Howard 
Barnett Benjamin, spinner Mission Woolen Mills, r. 

%% Glover 
Barnett Betsey, widow, r. 95$ Glover 
Barnett Catherine Miss, dressmaker, r. 1138 Sutter 
Barnett Ellen Miss, dressmaker, r. 1138 Sutter 
Barnett George A., supt Jersey Farm Dairy, r. 835 

Howard 
Barnett John, laborer, r. N s Thirtieth Av, bet N and 

P, South S. F. 
Barnett Joseph, merchant, r. 919 Polk 
Barnett Kate Mrs., dressmaker, r. 8 Polk 
Barnett Louis, pager D. Hicks & Co., r. 9 J<j Glover 
Barnett Marks, pedlar, r. 30 Langton 
Barnett Moses S. (S. A. Gyle & Co., Tehama) office 210 

Davis, r. 227 Leavenworth 
Barnett Norman W., dairyman, office 35 Eddy, r. S s 

Ash Av, nr Gough 
Barnett Samuel, pedlar, r. 1003 Bryant 
Barnett Thomas, butcher Andrew J. Shrader, r. N s 

Eleventh Av, bet N and P, South S. F. 
Barnett William, clerk Fratinger & Noll, r. 10 Ash Av 
Barnett William, clerk Weitz & Bibo, r. 1316 Geary 
Barnett William A., typefounder Marder, Luse & Co., 

r. 1019 Lombard 
Barney Alfred S., chief deputy U. S. Shipping 

Commissioner, 118 Jackson, r. 2221 Webster 
Barney Aurelius, collector, r. 1004 Market 
Barney Benjamin A., with James M. Barney, r. 817 

Van Ness Av 
Barney B. Griffin, deputy U. S. Shipping Com- 

missioaer, office P. M. SS. Co.'s Wharf, r. 2209 

Jackson 
Barney Charles W., salesman Peter Fernandez, r. 704 

Sacramento 
Barney J., r. 26 Turk 
Barney James, r. The Baldwin 
Barney James 31., mining and capitalist, 328 

Montgomery, room 19, r. Yuma, Arizona 
Barney John W., clerk Presidio Reservation,, r. 32 

Sixth 
Barney Morvaldin, horsetrader, r. 221 Ellis 
Barney Sophia A. Mrs., r. 32 Sixth 
Barney V., widow, r. 1126 Market 
Barnhart Christian, blacksmith Abner Doble, r. 7 

Geneva 
Barnhart George W., salesman law dept A.L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 114 Powell 
Barnhisel Epenetus R., newspaper carrier, r. 1634 

West Mission 
Barnhisel Henry, clerk Brown Bros. & Co., r. Oakland 
Barnstead Thomas D., sergeant police City Hall, r. 

W s Howard, bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Barnum Ada B. Miss, r. 304 Twenty-first 
Barnum Howard, laborer, r. 1644 H Mission 
Barnum John A., foreman A. Waldstein, r. S s Berry, 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Barnum John Gould, r. 304 Twenty-first 
Barnum John T., artist, r. 9 Mason 
Barnum Nellie V. Miss, r. 1224 Broadway 
Baron Abraham, tailor, r. 928 Folsom 
Baron Bertrand, blacksmith J. Dupuy & Co., 628 

Broadway 
Baron Charles, r. 419 Fell 
Baron Charles, cabin waiter P. M. SS. George W. 

Elder 
Baron John (Dupuy & Co.) r. 616 Broadway 
Baron Rachel Miss, seamstress, r. 928 Folsom 
Baron Samuel, butcher, r. 817 Broadway 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



LACE CURTAINS, BLANKETS and FLANNELS 
A SPECIALTY. Office. 33 Geary St. 



i 






ron. See Barron 

ronidis George M., botanist and oculist, office and 
r. 201 Powell 

rosso Angeio, laborer, r. 314 Pacific 

rr Charles, liquor saloon, 30 Mont, r. 326 Geary 

rr Daniel, carpenter, r. 620 Brannan 

rr Daniel Jr., wool scourer Lardner & Lee, r. 620 
Brannan 

rr Daniel J., r. 318 Oak 

rr Frank, millruan Capitol Mills, r. Erie, nr Howard 

rr Hannah K., widow, r. 318 Oak 

rr John, gasfitter, r. 957 Market 

irrJohnD,, mnfr umbrellas and parasols, 323 
Bush, r. 1207 Bush 

rr John G., quartermaster P. M. SS. Granada, r. 
337 Bryant 

rr Neil, moulder Union Iron Works, r. 14 Verona PI 

rr Peter, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 

rr Sarah A. Miss, assistant Girls' High School, r. 
801 Leavenworth 

rr Stewart A., salesman John D. Barr, r. 1207 Bush 

rr William, sexton First United Presbyterian 
Church, r. 107 Mason 

rr William H., master mariner, r. 1014 Vallejo 

rr. See Bahr, Bar and Barre 

rra Ezekiel I., liquor saloon and cigars, NW cor 
First and Minna, r. 4 Minna 

rra's Hall, NW cor First and Minna 

rradt Nellie, domestic 1508 Pine 

rragat Baptiste, shoemaker, 644 Pacific 

rragat Pierre, bootmaker Boisseau & Son, r. 654 
Pacific 

rraman Arthur, r. 130 Guerrero 

rraqui John, engineer P. G. Somps, r. 259 Clem 

rraud August, compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 1013 
Stockton 

rre Angeline, domestic NW cor Steiner and Sac 

rre August, liquor saloon, NE cor Octavia and Lomb 

rreda F. F., student A. Van der Naillen, r. 2121 Bu- 
chanan 

rreda Frederick L., manager D. De Castro & Co., 
213 Sansome, r. 2121 Buchanan 

rrell Samuel, broker, r. 225 Bush 

rreta Pietro, fisherman, r. 23 Vallejo 

rrett , carpenter, r. Lindell House 

rrett , surveyor, r. 101 Dupout 

rrett Alfred, watchmaker and jeweler, 42 Fourth, 
t. 236 Seventh 

rrett Anna, widow, r. 517 Stevenson 

rrett Charles L., clerk S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 1000 
Pine 

rrett Charles W., plumber G. & E. Snook, r. Seven- 
teenth Av, bet J and K, South S. F. 

rrett Edward, clerk, r. 708 Commercial 

rrett Edward, laborer, r. 2 Midway 

rrett Edward, laborer, r. 609 V t Minna 

rrett Edward, laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. 309 Bay 

rrett Edward, painter E. H. Gadsby, r. 323 Jessie 

rrett Edward, shoemaker, 15 Stevenson 

rrett Edward F.. butcher A. E. Rudolph, r. 410 
Clementina 

rrett Edward G., bartender Joseph Gaillard, r. 221 
Sixth 

rrett Edward J., laborer, r. 30 Stanford 

rrett Edwin, actor Adelphi Theatre, r. 627 Cali- 
fornia 

rrett Francis A., carpenter, r. S a Seventeenth Av. 
bet I and J, South S. F. 

rrett Frank M., driver City RR.. r. 184 Fourteenth 

rrett George, hostler McCord, Bridge & Co., r. 421 
Bush 

rrett George, maltster Mason's Brewery, r. 523 
Chestnut 

rrett George, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 

rrett George E., jeweler, r. 236 Seventh 

rrett Hannah, widow, r. W s Kansas, bet Nevada 
and Humboldt 

rrett James, laborer, r. W s Cook, bet Ferrie and 
Boyce 

rrett James, painter, r. 112 Langton, rear 

rrett James R., cabinetmaker, r. 236 Seventh 

rrett Jane, widow, nurse, r. 1126 Harrison 

rrett John, baker Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, 
r. N s Valley, bet Church and Sanchez 

rrett John, blacksmith Abner Doble, r. 16 Anna 

rrett John, blacksmith Market St. RR., r. 112 Lang- 
ton 

xrett John, expressman, r. 30 Stanford 

.rrett John, laborer Magdalen Asylum 

.rrett John, sacksewer, r. 60 Annie 



Barrett Joseph, waiter, r. 60 Annie 

Barrett Joseph W., horseshoer Market St. RR., r. 112 
Langtou, rear 

Barrett Kate Mrs,, fancy goods, 236 Seventh 

Barrett M., laborer P. M. SS. Co. 

Barrett M. Mrs., widow, ladies' nurse, r. 1126 Har- 
rison 

Barrett Margeret, domestic 272 Minna 

Barrett Mary, widow, r. 27 Minna 

Barrett Mary A., widow, r. 425 Stevenson 

Barrett Maurice, teamster L. G. Flanagan, r.W s Kan- 
sas, bet Nevada and Humboldt 

Barrett Michael, boilermaker, r. 260 Clementina 

Barrett Michael, longshoreman, r. 804 Third 

Barrett Michael, shipealker, r. 24 Masonic Av 

Barrett Mora Moss, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 
1000 Pine 

Barrett Nellie, domestic 1508 Pine 

Barrett P. & Co. (Patrick Barrett and John Condon) 
tanners, E s Nebraska, bet Alameda and El Do- 
rado 

Barrett Patrick (P. Barrett & Co.) r. E s Nebraska, bet 
Alameda and El Dorado 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 20 Commercial 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 363 Eleventh 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 411 Sansome 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 516 Pacific 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, r. 2921 Mission 

Barrett Patrick, quartermaster O. and O. SS. Gaelic 

Barrett Patrick, special policeman C. P. RR., r. 16 
Rmoon Av 

Barrett Patrick F., driver N. B. and M. R. R., r. 302 
Fourth 

Barrett Patrick V., salesman Kennedy & Durr, r. 24 
Clementina 

Barrett Richard, laborer, r. Manhattan House 

Barrett Richard T., carpenter, r. 423 Stevenson 

Barrett Robert, soapmaker Richard Brown, r. 122 Gil- 
bert 

Barrett Susan, domestic 1929 Geary 

Barrett Theresa, domestic NE cor Sutter and Steiner 

Barrett Thomas F., shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, 
r. 116 Fillmore 

Barrett Timothy, teamster George Morrow, r. 532 Mis- 
sion 

Barrett William, laborer, r. S s Laurel Av, bet Van 
Ness Av and Franklin 

Barrett William, molder Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 
417 Folsom 

Barrett William G., secretary S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 
1000 Pine 

Barrett William H., carpenter, r. 932 Twentieth 

BAEEETT & SHEEW00D 

(William J. Sherwood) importers and dealers 
watches, diamonds and jewelry, 517 Montgomery 

Barrette George, seaman, r. 132 Steuart 

Barretto N., waiter stmr Idaho 

Barria John, laborer, r. S s Fifteenth Av, bet Railroad 
Av and N, South S. F. 

Barrie Charles J., teamster, r. 127 Clara 

Barrie David H., engineer Cal. St. RR., r. 1416 Polk 

Barrie George, publisher (Phila., Pa.) Pembroke 
T. Shupe agent, 120 Sutter, rooms 81-82 

Barrie Peter, cook, r. 8 Card Alley 

Barrientes Martin, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 

Barrigan John, laborer freight dept C. P. R. R. 

Barrin Peter, scavenger, r. 21 Vandewater 

Barringer Elizabeth Mrs., mnfr paper patterns, 96154 
Mission 

Barrington Charges L., druggist Robert C. Meyers, r. 
822 Powell 

Barrington George F., clerk warehouse dept Custom 
House, r. 1903 Polk • 

Barrington John, route agent U. S. Railway Mail Ser- 
vice, r. Santa Rosa. 

Barroilhet Henry (Belloc & Co.) r. San Mateo 

Barron Anton, cook, r. 158 Clara, rear 

Barron Arthur W., assistant supt Fifth St. Branch 
Market St. RR., r. 62 Zoe 

Barron Connell, fruits and vegetables, N s Sierra, bet 
Georgia and Michigan 

Barron Cornelius J., painter and paperhanger, 815 
Market, r. 12 Ni^th 

Barron Edward, capitalist, r. The Baldwin 

Barron Ellen, widow, r. 929 Biyant 

Barron George, printer Adjutant General's office, Pre- 
sidio Reservation, r. 355 Jessie 

Barron James, captain and owner stmr Hope, r. Al- 
varado 



FAMIQUI'Q T ft\H7 "DT5T^T?C! medium, fine, and extra fine goods. 

LmVIIOn O ■UWVV r£Ul/£lW. "Nucleus," Market St., cor. Third. 



Barron James, miner, r. 1126 Market 
Barron John, painter, r. 2109 Stockton 
Barron Joseph, capitalist, r. 606 Stockton 
Barron Louis, laborer American Salt Co.,r. 607 Union 
Barron Michael, carpenter Enterprise Mill and Build- 
ing Co., r. 2319 Mission 
Barron Nathan, pedlar, r. 466 Tehama 
Barron Rudolph, cook William Tell House 
Barron Terrence, r. 514 Mission 
Barron William, groceries and liquors, SW cor Clay 

and Powell 
Barron William H., plumber, r. 2319 Mission 
Barron. See Baron 
Barrows Annie W., Miss, assistant South S. F. School, 

r. 116 Park Av 
Barrows Edward C, pressman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 

r. 2626 Sutter, bet Broderick and Baker 
Barrows John, salesman I. M. Wentworth & Co., r. 

1222 Ellis 
Barrows Laura M. Miss, assistant Turk St Primary 

School, r. 2626 Sutter, bet Broderick and Baker 
Barrows Lucy W., widow, r. 116 Park Av 
Barrows Mary, widow, r. 2626 Sutter 
Barrows Robert, driver Cal. Cracker Co., r. 328 Hick- 
ory Av 
Barrows Stephen S., contractor and builder, r. 10 

Carlos PI 
Barrows William H., attorney at law, 216 Sansome, r. 

830 Mission 
Barrows. See Burrows 
Barrs Albert, cabinetmaker Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co.. 

r. NE cor California and Larkin 
Barrs Charles, machinist 2Etna Iron Works, r. 580 

Pacific 
Barry Aaron, boxmaker, r. 14 Bourbin PI 
Barry Ann Miss, r. 1714 Leavenworth 
Barry Annie, widow, r. 123 Shipley 
Barry Annie M. Miss, r. 609 Post 
Barry Augustus, longshoreman C. E. Hazeltine 
Barry Augustus W., timekeeper and machinist Sutter 

St. RR., r. 916 Lyon 
Barry B., freightclerk C. P. RR., Oakland Ferry 
Barry Bartholomew, watchman, r. 360 Clementina 
Barry Catherine, widow, r. 1327 California 
Barry Charles, longshoreman, r. N s Greenwich, nr 

Sansome, rear 
Barry Charles E., searcher records, 415 Mont- 
gomery, r. San Rafael 
Barry Charles L., clerk, r. 519 Sacramento 
Barry Charles R., law student Hasting's Law College, 

r. 311 Hyde 
Barry David, butcher, r. 1833 Ridley 
Barry David Jr., butcher Andrew Fay, r. 18)6 Ridley 
Barry David, laborer Golden Gate Plaster Mills, r. 

211 Folsom, rear 
Barry David, liquor saloon and cigar mnfr, SE cor 

Folsom and Ninth 
Barry David, real estate, r. 436 Stevenson 
Barry Dennis, r. 778 Harrison 
Barry Edward, dairyman, Crescent Av, nr San Bruno 

Road 
Barry Edward, laborer, r. 25 Anthony 
Barry Edward, laborer Union Iron Works, r. 6 Freelon 
Barry Edward, speculator, 415 Mont, r. Oakland 
Barry Edward L., clerk, r. 13 Clay 
Barry Edwin, stagedriver, r. 131 O'Farrell 
Barry Ellen E., dressmaker, r. W s Utah, bet Center 

and Santa Clara 
Barry Emanuel, seaman schr Mose 
Barry Frank, driver Isaac Stone, r. N s Cortland Av, 

nr San Bruno Road 
Barry Isabella, widow, laundry, 310 Main, rear 
Barry James (Callan & Barry) r. 747 Tehama 
Barry James, bricklayer, r. 412 % Fell 
Barry James, carder S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, r. 8 

Glover 
Barry James, engineer, r. 318 Minna 
Barry James, foreman A. Doble, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry James, laborer, r. 310 Minna 
Barry James, laborer, r. 818 Folsom 
Barry James, merchant tailor, 759 Jg Howard 
Barry James, pedlar, r. 3 Maria 
Barry James, stockdriver, r. 3 Broadway 
Barry James, with M. Tierney, r. 19 Everett 
Barry James Jr., cashier Kennedy & Durr, r. 3 Maria 
Barry James F., molder, r. 1610 Dolores 
Barry James H. (Barry h Baird) r. 1224 Broadway 
Barry James J., janitor Supreme Court, r. 21 Fulton 
Barry James P., wool scourer Lardner & Lee, r. 606 

Fourth 



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Barry James W., oiler, r. 2514 Post 

Barry Jeremiah, helper* Hibernia Brewery, r. SE cor 

Folsom and Ninth 
Barry Jeremiah Jr., cigarmaker, r. SE cor Folsom and 

Ninth 
Barry Jeremiah J., driver City RR., r. 121 Fifteenth 
Barry John, baker, r. 9 St. Mary 
Barry John, boilermaker, r. 510 Mission 
Barry John, coachman William F. Babcock, r. 325 Fol 
Barry John, coalpasser P. M. SS. George W. Elder 
Barry John, hackman, r. 1 Eddy 
Barry John, laborer, r. 14 Zoe 
Barry John, laborer, r. 16 Gilbert, rear 
Barry John, laborer, r. 20 Freelon 
Barry John, laborer Fulton Iron Works, r. 2523 Sac 
Barry John, laborer Lardner & Lee, r. 31 Clinton 
Barry John, machinist Neville & Co., r. 8 Glover 
Barry John, painter, r. 361 Clementina 
Bairy John, porter Hellman & Strauss, r. 8 Glover 
BarryJohn, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 7 

. Church Lane 
Barry John, shoemaker Rosenthal, Feder & Co., r. 361 

Clementina 
Barry John D., bookkeeper Davis Bros., r. 2521 Bryant 
Barry John D.. mining and civil engineer, 330 Pine, 

room 5, r. 619 Pine 
Barry John H., chief delivery clerk Western Union 

Tel. Co., r. 211 Taylor 
Barry John J., calker, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry John J., foreman City Cab and Carriage Co., 

r. 155 Minna 
Barry John J., piledriver, r. 1625 Howard 
Barry John J., roofer, r. 1207 Fillmore 
Barry John T., clerk, r. 307 H Chestnut 
Barry Joseph, milkman, NE cor Lombard and Pierce 
Barry Julia, widow, r. 10 Varennes 
Barry Julia, widow, seamstress, r. 24 Third 
Barry Kate Mrs., lodgings, 157 Seventh 
Barry Lucretia S., widow, r. 1419 Taylor 
Barry Margaret, domestic 114 Page 
Barry Margaret Miss, r. 108 Fell 
Barry MarkhamJ., clerk J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 609 

Post 
Barry Martin, tailor J. Northon, r. 1927 Bush 
Barry Mary, widow, r. 23 M Clinton 
Barry Mary, widow, r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry Mary, widow, r. E s Louis, nr Mission Road 
Barry Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 419 Hickory Av 
Barry Mary C. Miss, assistant Grant Primary School, 

r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Matthew, coppersmith George A. Tripp, r. 415 

Minna 
Barry Matthew B., fruits and vegetables, SE cor Rail- 
road and Sixteenth Avs, South S. F. 
Barry Maurice, laborer, r. S s Boyce, bet Point Lobos 

and St. Rose Avs 
Barry May, domestic 1808 Bush 
Barry Michael, carpenter William B. Bradbury, r. 

710 Howard 
Barry Michael, cook, r. 509 Washington 
Barry Micbael, deckhand stmr El Capitan, r. 860 

Clementina 
Barry Michael, laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. 5 Water 
Barry Michael, molder Industrial Iron Works, r. 2 

Powell Av 
Barry Michael, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

Roanoke, bet Laidley and Chenery 
Barry Michael H., clerk Wangenheim, Sternheim & 

Co., r. 8 Glover 
Barry Michael J., glass stainer John Mallon, r. W s 

Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Michael J., upholsterer, r. NE cor Nebraska 

and Nevada 
Barry Michael T„ policeman City Hall, r. 86 Everett 
Barry Nellie Miss, dressmaker Mies Katie Hazlett, r. 

W s Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Owen, laborer, r. 623 Fulton 
Barry Patrick, cardriver, r. 302 Fourth 
Barry Patrick, freight collector C. P. RR., Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Barry Patrick, groceries and liqiiors, NW cor Fifth 

and Natoma 
Barry Patrick, groceries and liquors, NW cor Russ and 

Natoma 
Barry Patrick, helper Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 140 Freelon 
Barry Patrick, hostler, r. 1122}* Larkin 
Barry Patrick, janitor old City Hall, r. 1327 California 
Barry Patrick, laborer, r. Point Lobos Av, bet Collins 

and Ferrie 



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irry Patrick, iiiolder Industrial Iron Works, r. 56 

Everett 
trry Patrick, ticket clerk C. P. RK., Oakland ferry, 

r. Oakland 
,rry Patrick, watchman Michelssen, Brown & Co., r. 

W s Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
,rry Patrick O., clerk Charles V. Gillespie, r. 1112 

Pacific 
xry Patrick T., soapniaker Clark Bros., r. W s Utah, 

bet Center and Santa Clara 
rry Patrick V., clerk, r. 24 Clementina 
rry Percy W., assistant correspondent M. C. Hawley 

ft Co., r. 157 Seventh 
irry Richard, brassmolder Weed & Kiugwell, r. 260 

Clara 
rry Richard, housemover John S. Stratton, r. 440 

Fifth 
rry Richard, laborer Golden Gate Park, r. W s 

Boyce, bet Point Lobos and St. Rose Avs 
rry Richard, sailmaker, r. 18 Washington Av 
rry Richard J., tanner Thomas Hennessey, r. NE cor 

Solano and Mississippi 
rry Richard L., salesman C. Curtin, r. 21 Rausch 
rry Richard R., teamster, r. S s Eleventh Av, betN 

and P, South S. F. 
rry Robert, clerk, r. 21 Prospect PI 
rry Robert, driver City RR., r. 121 Fifteenth 
rry Robert, gardener Leland Stanford, r. 1018 Clay 
rry Robert F., junk dealer, r. S s Sixteenth, bet Do- 
lores and Guerrero 
rry Robert N., tailor, r. 9 St. Mary 
rry Samuel, seaman schr Amelia 
rry S. J. Mrs., r. 1224 Broadway 
rry Theodore A., commission merchant, r. 2412 

Pacific 
rry Thomas, floorman City Cab and Carriage Co., r. 

35 Everett 
rry Thomas, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

7 Church Lane 
rry Thomas, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 2 

Eddy PI 
rry Thomas A., hackdrivex, r. 21 Rausch 
rry Thomas F., attorney at law, 409 California, r. 

35 Valparaiso 
rry Thomas T., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

12 Elgin Park 
rry William, boxraaker, r. 606 Fourth 
rry William, butcher M. J. Kelly, r. 1840 Ellis 
rry William, carpenter, r. 640 Jessie 
rry William, currier A. B. Patrick & Co., r. 430 

Shotwell 
rry William, engineer Sutter St. RR., r. 2627 Sutter 
rry William, hackman, r. 1623 Washington 
rry William, hostler Sutter St. RR., r. 630 Jessie 
rry William, laborer, r. 16 Cedar Av 
rry William, laborer, r. 615 Broadway 
rry William, painter, r. 2523 Sacramento 
rry William, third officer P. M. SS. City of Sydney 
rry William, seaman, r. 9 Broadway 
rry William, shipcarpenter, r. 21 Rausch 
rry William F., pressman Barry & Baird, r. 1224 

Broadway 
rry William H., laborer Hofmann Bros., r. 151 

Natoma 

rry William H., wagonmaker, r. 21 Rausch 
rry William McGill, architect, r. 609 Post 
rry William 1., clerk, r. 609 Post 
rry William J., butcher, r. 35 Valparaiso 
rry William J., blacksmith Abner Doble, r. 211 

Taylor 

rry W. J., clerk J. W. Davidson ft Co., r. 21 Fulton 
Ty ft Baird (James H. Barry and James M. Baird) 

book and job printers, 419 Sacramento 
rry. See Barrie 

raanti Caniilo, teamster D. Giovannini, r. 810 Pac 
rsel Ernest, bartender S. F. Verein, r. 416 Francisco 
rsel Frank, bricklayer, r. 416 Francisco 
rsel Louisa, widow, r. 416 Francisco 
rsotti Aurelio, pedlar, r. Twenty-sixth, bet Noe 

and Castro 
rsotti Virgilio (Perpoli & Bersotti) r. 1521 Mason 
rstow Alfred (Rhodes & Barstow) attorney at law, 

606 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
rstow B., r. 173 Minna 

rstow Calvin, weigher Pier 22 Steuart, r. 641 Com 
rstow Edward, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
rstow Frederick O., dentist and physician, office 

and r. 1225 Union 
l rstow George, attorney at law, 309 California, 

rooms 11, 12 and 19, r. 927 Pine 



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Barstow William, physician, NE cor Washington and 

Battery 
Barsulia Antonio, fruit and vegetables, NE cor Mont- 
gomery Av and Greenwich 
Barta Ermanno, r. 1205 Stockton 
Bartalloni Ermanno, liquor saloon, NE cor Brannan 

and Seventh 
Bartaro Lorenzo, gardener, Railroad Av. nr Thirty- 
second Av, South S. F. 
Bartch Frank, dairyman, r. Eighteenth Av, bet F and 

G, South S. F. 
Bartels Christian H., porter Dodge, Sweeney & Co., r. 

369 Jessie 
Bartels Frederick, tinsmith, r. 389 Eighth 
Bartels Henry, liquor saloon, SW cor Front and Union, 

r. 2130 Mission 
Bartels Henry , upholsterer, 426 Hayes, r. 524 LindenAv 
Bartels John, with McCauley & Co., r. 11 Sixth 
Bartels Max, musician, r. 1103 Powell 
Bartels Richard, porter, r. W s Hampshire, bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third 
Bartelson Christopher, shoemaker D. Farrell, r. 730 

Fourth 
Bartet Annie Mnie., r. 36 Austin 
Barth Charles, sheetiron worker Conlin & Roberts, r. 

307 Seventh 
Barth Ferdinand, r. 716 Stockton 
Barth Isidore, bartender, r. 1922 Mason 
Barth Jacob, clerk, r. 1302 Post 

Barth John, dishwasher Edward J. Schuur, r. 819 Fil- 
bert 
Barth Richard, machinist Reynolds & Rix, r. cor 

Fourth and Clementina 
Barth Rudolph, watchmaker H. Myers & Son, r. 435 3$ 

Stevenson 
Barth William, cornicemaker Conlin & Roberts, r. 

335 % Shipley 
Bartbel Robert, liquor saloon, 273-275 East, r. 3 Chat- 
ham PI 
Barthelemy Nicoli, boot and shoemaker, 1108 % Du- 

pont 
Barthen Antonia, widow, r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthen Fannie Miss, teacher, r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthol Adam, teamster Union Pac. Salt Co., r. 463 

Minna 
Bartholdt Adolph, r. 15 Beideman 
Bartholdt Herrman, laborer S. F. Stock Brewery, r. 

2315 Mason 
Bartholdt Max, driver S. F. Stock Brewery, r. 324 

Chestnut 
Bartholome J., liquor saloon, 1012 Battery 
Bartholomew A., laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. NW 

cor Bay and Powell 
Bartholomew James, laborer, r. 807 Kearny 
Barthrop Edward, steward Industrial School, r. 728 

Clementina 
Bartich William, cooper, r. 36 Clay 
Bartles Frederick, bartender H. Riepen, r. 137 Te- 
hama 
Bartleson Edward A., waiter John Reagan, r. 551 

Howard 
Bartlett A. F., clerk collector U. S. Internal Revenue, 

r. Alameda 
Bartlett Albert J., drayman D. L. Farnsworth, r. 122 

Eddy, rear 
Bartlett Backus L., commercial adjuster, r. 1124 Pine 
Bartlett Charles H., decorator and paperhanger, r. 

143 Third 
Bartlett Columbus, attorney at law, 12 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1131 Ellis 
Bartlett Earl, attorney at law, 339 Kearny, r. SW cor 

Point Lobos and Fifteenth Avs 
Bartlett Edward, carpenter, r. 106 Natoma 
Bartlett Edward C, clerk Jno. Scott Wilson & Co., 

r. 1023 Hyde 
Bartlett Erastus, capitalist, r. 579 Minna 
Bartlett George C, bookkeeper A. C. Nichols & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bartlett George G., first officer stmr General Mc- 

Pherson, r. 106)4 Third 
Bartlett Hazen W., master schr Minnette 
Bartlett Henry E., driver Contra Costa Laundry 

Assn. r. 948 Harrison 
Bartlett Herman, clerk, r. 369 Jessie 
Bartlett James H., carpenter, r. NW cor Sixteenth 

and Sanchez 
Bartlett .Tared A., shipcarpenter Turner & Bundle, r. 

312 Beale 
Bartlett Job C, drayman D. L. Farnsworth, r. 122 

Eddy 



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Bartlett Joseph L., blacksmith, r. 1424 Howard, rear 
Bartlett Mary A., widow, r. 616 Eddy 
Bartlett Nathaniel, sacksewer, r. 213 Broadway 
Bartlett Pliny (Contra Costa Laundry Assn.) r. Oak- 
land 
Bartlett Robert B., sergeant-at-arrns Board of Super- 
visors, r. 36 Moss 
Bartlett Samuel, Beaman P. M. SS. City of New York 
Bartlett Thomas, laborer N. Bichard, r. 19 Howard 
Bartlett Walter A., driver City RR., r. 534 Sixteenth 
Bartlett Ward S., waiter Occidental Hotel, r. 681 Mis- 
sion 
Bartlett Washington, attorney at law, 12 Montgomery, 

r. 719 Post 
Bartlett William, second engineer stmr Herald 
Bartlett William C, journalist Evening Bulletin, r. 

Oakland 
Bartlett William S. , cashier National Gold Bsnk and 
Trust Co. (in liquidation) 401 Montgomery, r. 
Oakland 
Bartley Charles H., grainer, r. 125 Langton 
Bartley George, rails traightener Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 

E s Louisiana, bet Napa and Shasta 
Bartley George W., meterman S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

125 Langton 
Bartling' Henry, civil engineer, and secretary 
Board of City Hall Commissioners, office new 
City Hall, first floor, r. 24 Glen Park Av 
Bartling William (Bartling & Kimball) r. Oakland 
Bartling & Kimball (William Bartling and 
Henry Kimball) bookbinders and blank book 
mnfrs, 505 Clay 
Bartlow William, porter Stahle & Bernhard, r. Oakland 
Bartman John B., millwright, r. 513 Octavia 
Bartmann Anton, carpenter, r. S s Birch Av, bet Bu- 
chanan and Laguna 
Bartmann Ferdinand, millwright, r. 729 Grove 
Bartmann John A., captain sloop Emeliar 
Bartmann John C, pianist Palace Variety Theatre, r. 

729 Grove 
Barto Mary, widow, r. 1216 Powell 
Bartole Antonio, seaman, r. 626 Davis 
Bartoletto Pasquale, drayman, r. 511 Union 
Bartolucci Antonio, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Barton Annie, domestic 614 Taylor 
Barton Benjamin F. (B. F. Barton & Co.) r. Alameda 
Barton B. F. & Co. (Benjamin F. Barton) proptrs 
Pioneer Salt Works, and mnfrs Peerless Yeast 
Powder, 211-213 Sacramento 
Barton Charles C, salesman, r. 324 Jessie 
Barton Daniel, plasterer, r. 45 Jessie 
Barton David, pedlar, r. 323 Tehama 
Barton George, engineer, r. 418 Brannan 
Barton Harry F., clerk M. G. Cobb, r. 2422 Buchanan 
Barton Henry F., overseer Cal. Silk Manuf. Co., r. N, 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth Avs, South S. F. 
Barton Hugh, stonemason, r. Williamson, nr Point 

Lobos Av 
Barton James, liquor saloon, 819 Battery 
Barton James, teamster Presidio Reservation 
Barton J. M., insurance agent, r. 906 Market 
Barton John, servant 714 Geary 

JB All 1 (JJN J Uli-N president Union Pacific 
Salt Co., 216 Sacramento, r. Alameda 

Barton John Q., waiter, r. 719 Clay 

Barton Joseph C., foreman Continental Oil and Trans- 
portation Co., r. 2319 Howard 

Barton Joshua H., r. 2032 Mission 

Barton Louis, stonemason, r. Williamson, nr Point 
Lobos Av 

Barton Phineas W., clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance 
Co., r. Alameda 

Barton Samuel M., insurance broker. 322-324 Cal 

Barton Susan Mrs., dressmaker, r. 619 Mission 

Barton Thomas S., salesman Coffin & Hendry, r. 1211 
Bush 

Barton Willard T., assistant secretary S. F. Stock and 
Exchange Board, r. 1605 Franklin 

Barton William, r. 612 Taylor 

Barton William, stevedore Charles E. Haseltine, r. 754 
Harrison 

Barton William A., r. 36 Clay 

Barton William D., clerk, r. 1232 Union 

Barton William H., notary public and mining secre- 
tary, '326 Pine, r. 2422 Buchanan 

Barton William W., shipping clerk B. F. Barton & 
Co. , r. 2422 Buchanan 

Barton W. T., law student Hastings Law College, r. 40 
Pine 



Barton. See Burton 

Bartran J. C. D., salesman Herman Friedlander, r.333 

Eddy 
Bartscher Paul, S. F. Baecker Verein, 413 Sutter 
Bartz Allen, cook Daniel S. Davis, r. 638 Commercial 
Bartz Charles, tailor, 638 Mission 
Baruch Frederick, salesman Hoffman & Co., r. 53534 

O'Farrell 
Baruch Isaac, r. 535 % O'Farrell 
Baruch Paulina, midwife, r. 912 Folsom 
Baruch Simon (Honig & Baruch) r. 657 Harrison 
Barut Albert, clerk Anduran & Co.. r. 1418 Powell 
Barut August, blacksmith, r. 1418 Powell 
Barut Raymond (Barut & Bellocq) r. 1418 Powell 
Barut & Bellocq (Raymond Barut and Alfred Bellocq) 

liquor saloon, NW cor Powell and Broadway 
Baruth Ernst F., groceries and liquors, SW cor Post 

and Fillmore 
Baruth Henry, tai>or. r. 44534 Natoma 
Baruth Peter W., groceries and liquors, 2401 Clay 
Barz August, blacksmith, r. 522 Filbert 
Barz Ernest H., laborer, r. New Atlantic Hotel 
Basalt Co. The, Frank L. Palmer secretary, 533 

Kearny, room 1 
Basch Louis, shirt mnfr, 126 Kearny* r. 116 Twelfth 
Basch Rosa Mrs., liquors and boarding, 421 Drumm 
Basch Samuel, furniture, 200 Fourth, r. 909 Bryant 
Basch. See Bash 

Bascoin Henry B., tailor, r. 115 Geary 
Bascom Mattie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 115 Geary 
Bascombe A. Miss, r. 32 Turk 
Basel Joseph, barber, 1603 Buchanan 
Basendorf Michael, sawyer, r. 14 Ritch 
Basford Jacob K., capitalist, r. 2133 Bush 
Basford John F., r. 118 M Fulton 

Basford Raphael X., druggist, SE cor Bush and Fill- 
more 
Bash Hyman, merchant tailor, 2 Bryan PI, r. 52334 

Natoma 
Bashford Julia, widow, r. 15 John 
Basilauski Alphonsej driver J. G. Landini& Co., r. 36 

Austin 
Baskerville Edward, machinist Golden State and 

Miners' Iron Works, r. 48 Minna 
Baskerville George, laborer, r. 745 Tehama 
Baskerville Herbert, cigar maker I. S. Rosenbaum & 

Co., r. 745 Tehama 
Baskerville John S., band sawyer George M. Wether- 
bee, r. 745 Tehama 
Baskerville Richard D., ironworker, r. 745 Tehama 
Baskerville S. J. Mrs., r. 745 Tehama 
Baskin Mary Miss, teacher Chinese Mission School, 

r. 933 Sacramento 
Baskonville H., pipefitter American Sugar Refinery 
Baskus Lambert , vaquero, r. NW cor Thirteenth Av 

and P, South S. F. 
Basler George A., painter, 923 Market, r. 1005 Market 
Basquell John, carpenter, r. 565 Stevenson 
Bass Charles, brassfinisher, r. 1534 Washington Av 
Bass I. H., proptr Elcho Lodging House, 863 34 Market 
Bass T. J. & Co. (Thomas J. Bass) artists' ma- 
terials, paints, oils, glass and coach painters' 
supplies, 27 Dupont 
Bass Thomas J. (T. J. Bass & Co.) r. SE corNoe and 

Fifteenth 
Bass Mary Mrs., r. 15 34 Washington Av 
Bassen Joachim, maltster Albany Brewery, r. 74 

Everett 
Basset Charles, miner, r. 636 Commercial 
Bassett A. , Stone Cutters' Protective Assn, 816 Howard 
Bassett A. C, supt Southern Pacific Railroad 
(northern division) NE cor Fourth and Townsend, 
room 31, r. 25 South Park 
Bassett Charles, captain schr Nidaros 
Bassett Charles F. (C. F. Bassett & Co.) r. 1630 West 

Mission 
Bassett C. F. & Co. (Charles F. Bassett) commis- 
sion merchants, 304 Davis 
Bassett Daniel J., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 50 Clementina 
Bassett Henry, watchman Vienna Model Bakery, r. 

607 Harrison 
Bassett Henry D., salesman John Kentfield & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bassett James M., proptr Golden Era, 606 Clay, r. 

Oakland 
Bassett J. F., conductor Market St. RR. 
Bassett Joseph, produce commission, 221-223 Clay, r. 

Fruit Vale, Alameda Co 
Bassett Martin L., builder, r. 124 Liberty 



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issett Madison H., teamster Capitol Mills, r. 6 Creek 

Lane 
issett William, assistant supt The Pac. Ice Co., 320 

Sansome, r. 212 Sutter 
i6si Fulvia, widow, r. 1120 Stockton 
issi Giuseppe, r. 616 Post 
issi Louis, boiler maker Moynihan & Aitken, r. 10 

Lewis 
issisnano Peter F., cigar dealer, NW cor Sixth and 

Howard, r. 306 Langton 
issillio Joseph, engineer tug Kabboni, r. 216 Union 
issini Bernardo, collector S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

1207 Pacific 
issity James, laborer, r. 663 Willow Av 
issity James E., plasterer, 113 Jones 
issity Matthew F., plasterer, r. 414 % Fulton 
isso Salvatore, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 
isso Stefano, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
issotti Giovanni, Bersaglieri Guard, 625 Broadway 
istein Johann, gardener, r. 2027 Howard 
istheim Joseph (Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co.) r. 1509 

Gough 
istian Benedict, tailor, 514 Bush, r. 1517 Mason 
istiano Oliva Mrs., r. 1703 Dupont 
istion Henry, seaman, r. 20 Bernard 
iston A. Firmen, teamster, r. 1022 McAllister 
istcn Joseph, r. 250 Stevenson 
iston Joseph, glove cutter, r. 1022 McAllister 
iston Joseph G., salesman Waterhouse & Lester, r. 

741 Market 
itaille Albert P. (Bataille & Winterhalder) r. 521 

Green 
itaille & Winterhalder (Albert P. Bataille and Joseph 

Winterhalder) liquor saloon, 544 California 
itavia Philip S.. barber, 645 Merchant, r. 22 Mary 
itchelder George, clerk clothing dept IT. S. A., r. 

Ralston House 
itchelder Hiram, r. 835 Broadway 
itchelder John, driver Sutter St. ER., r. 114 Austin 
itchelder John R„ carpenter, r. 105334 Golden 

Gate Av 
itchelder Levi L., rigger and stevedore, r. 4 Hopeton 

Terrace 
itchelder Levi P.,lettercarrier Post Office, r. 4 Hope- 
ton Terrace 
itchelder Martha, widow, r. 921 Dolores 
itchelder Mary J., widow, glovemaker, r. 118 Post 
itchelder Nathan P., clerk quartermaster's dept U. 

S. A , r. 36 New Montgomery 
atchelder Richard N., major U. S. A., depot 

quartermaster Mil. Div. Pac, office 36 New Mont- 
* gomery, r. Palace Hotel 
atchelder William H., carpenter, r. 114 Austin 
itchelder William H. Jr., painter, r. 114 Austin 
atchelder. See Bachelder 
atchelor W. H. Mrs., widow, r 906 Market 
ate W. H., baker Vienna Model Bakery, r. St. David's 

House m 

ateman Frank, groceries and liquors, 62 3sW. Mission 
ateman I. C. Mrs., r. Occidental Hotel 
ateman J. C, carpenter, r. 1912 Pacific Av 
ateman John, carpenter, r. 102 Natoma 
ateman Joseph, carpenter, r. 3015 Laguna 
ateman Michael C, contractor, r. 1912 Pacific Av 
ateman Michael C. Jr., carpenterand builder, r. 1912 

Pacific Av 
ateman Michael E., carpenter, r. 3015 Laguna 
ateman William (J. Kemp & Co.) r. 1C Rausch 
ates A. B. Mrs., widow, r. 1619 Washington 
ates Alfred, machinist JEtna Iron Works, r. 11 Board- 
man PI 
ates Anson, farmer, r. 52 First 
ates Arthur, machinist, r. 11 Boardman PI 
ates C. Mi66, principal primary dept University 

8chool, r. 1808 Gough 
Sates Cicero M., physician and surgeon, and 
Commissioner of Insanity, office 224 Kearny, r. 
1132 Filbert, Oakland 
iates C. M. Mrs., widow, r. 764 Harrison 
lates Daniel S., night inspector Custom House, r. 

113 Eleventh 
iates Dudley C, mining secretary, 79 Nevada Block, 

r. 1705 Octavia 
lates Edward K., miner, r. 21 Willow Av 
tates Edward P., mining, office 320 Sansome, room 52 
iates Eugene J., cashier Crane & Brigham. r. 107 Oak 
lates Frank D., clerk Wellman, Peck & Co., r. 1705 

Octavia 
lates George, clerk Peter P. Cain, r. 21 Willow Av 
lates George E., clerk Joseph Wolf, r. 828 Nineteenth 



Bates George, principal University School, NE cor 

Taylor and Post, r. 1808 Gough 
Bate6 Herbert F. A., clerk, r. 286 Stevenson 
Bates Horace G., clerk Emlen Painter, r. 623 Harrison 
Bates James, solicitor Walter W. Lane, r. 504 Davis 
Bates John, captain schr Sycamore, r. 424 East 
Bates John S., r. 828 Nineteenth 
Bates Joseph C, attorney at law, 434 California, 

rooms 8-9, r. 2412 Pine 
Bates Marshall A., cashier W. J. Callinghamt Co., 213 

Sansome, r. San Rafael 
Bates Morris S., cashier Williams, Dimond & Co., r. 

504 Geary 
Bates Morris U. (Morris U. Bates & Co.) r. 1907 Polk 
Bates Morris XT. Si Co. (Morri6 U.Bates) publish- 
ers Daily Commercial News and Shipping List, 
123 California, room 'i7 
Bates Thaddeus, agent C. M. Foster & Co. (New York) 

640 Market, r. 623 Harrison 
Bates Thomas H., painter, r. 917 Polk 
Bates Thomas I., bill distributer The Tlvoli, r. 1151 

Mission 
Bates William, watchman Channel Pottery, r. S 8 

Berry, bet Sixth and Seventh 
Bates William, saloonkeeper, r. 267 Stevenson 
Bates William E., clerk Joseph Bernhard, r. 305 Eddy 
Bath Josephus, mining expert, r. New Wisconsin 

Hotel 
Batinio Mariano, r. 536 Green 
Batista Donato, r. 431 Union 
Batista Louis, cook, r. 10 Sumner, rear 
Batiste John, bootblack, 24 Leidesdorff, r. 513 Green- 
wich 
Batkin Henry M., clerk, r. 940 Howard 
Batsere John, cook Nevada Restaurant, r. 1116 Bryant 
Batsere Joseph, boilermaker, r. 36 Tehama 
Batstone James, patternmaker Union Iron Works, r. 

Oakland 
Batt Henry, cigarmaker J. L. Fichthaler, r. 18 Harriet 
Batt Jacob, merchant, r. 18 Harriet 
Battaloro Angelo, Swis6 Mutual Benev. Soc, 627 Com 
Battaloro Pietro, Swiss Mutual Benev. Soc. 627 Com 
Battams William, salesman W. W. Montague & Co.,r. 

Occidental Hotel 
Battelle J., tailor, r. 420 Jackson 
\ Battelle Roger S., shoemaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 514 Bush 
j Batten George, oiler J. A. T. Overend, r. 510 Com 
I Batten Sampson, stoneyard, SW cor Masonic and Point 

Lobos Avs, r. S s Gal, bet Baker and Broderick 
I Batten Samuel H., lawclerk Joseph C. Bates, r. S s 

California, bet Baker and Broderick 
< Battersby Janles. watchmaker and jeweler, 13 Third, 
r. 632 Jessie 
Battersby Robert, mining, r. 331 Kearny 
Battersby William N., clerk, r. 835 Mission 
! Battery St. Bonded "Warehouse, George C. 

Bode proptr, NW cor Battery and Filbert 
! Batteux Caroline, widow, seamstress, r. 106 Park Av , 
j Batti Peter, bai tender, r. 521 Green 
I Battiati Giovanni, fishnetmaker. r. 30 Ohio 
I Battista Baglietxo, with Pac. Vinegar Works, r. 517 

Birch Av 
'< Battista Giovanni, with Pac. Vinegar Works, r. 517 

Birch Av 
I Battke Henry, longshoreman, r. 225 Bitch • 
Battlefield John, mining expert, r. 906 Market 
Battles Albert, cabinetmaker, r. 17 Zoe 
! Battles James, seaman, r. 3 King 
Battles John, r. Gunnison Av, bet Precita PI and 

Prospect PI, B. H. 
Battles John Jr., proptr King St. House, 3-5 King 
Battles Luke (Battles & Gilleran) r. 3434 Clara 
Battles Ward, salesman Magee & Moore, r. 1113 Post 
Battles William W.. merchant, r. 1113 Post 
Battles & Gilleran (Luke Battles and Edward Gille- 
ran) groceries and liquors, 241 Fourth 
Battleson Martin O., seaman, r. 2403s Clara 
Battleton William H., teamster, r. S s Jackson, bet 

Fillmore and Steiner 
Batto Felise (A. Demartiui & Co.) r. Redwood City 
Batto Ferrugiaro, fruitpedlar, r. 7 Gaven 
Batto Paolo (A. Demartini & Co.) r. Redwood City 
Batts Mary, domestic 1105 Taylor 
Battu Charles, carpenter's mate O. and O. Ss. Oceanic 
Buttu Hippolvte, painter, r. 1413 Sacramento 
Battu Zoe Mrs., r. 1413 Sacramento 
Batturs Edward F., deputy County Assessor, r. 910 
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Battura Mary L. Mrs., assistant matron Protestant 

Orphan Asylum 
Batturs M. Sophia Miss, nurse Protestant Orphan 

Asylum 
Baub Frank, fisherman, r. 715 Davis 
Bauch Joseph, waiter Gustavus Pope, r. 627 Second 
Bauch Peter G., ship and Custom House broker, 520 

Battery, r. 719 Union 
Bauchamp Julia A., widow, teacher music, r. 2130 Sac 
Baucher Catherine, widow, r. 212 Minna 
Bauck J. H., r. Prescott House 
Baud Frank, proptr Hayes Valley Brass Works, 522 

Fulton 
Baudin Basile, r. 417 Clementina 
Baudoin Louis, laborer L. Sloss & Co., r. 651 Third 
Baudouin August, patternmaker, r. 334 Bryant 
Bauer Abraham (Bauer Bros. & Co.) r. Paris, France 
Bauer A. C. Mrs., r. SE cor Webster and California 
Bauer Adolph, milker Chafles Bauer, r. NE cor Sev- 
enteenth and Douglass 
Bauer Adolph C. (Biederman & Bauer) r. 1554 Bausch 
Bauer Brothers (John and Louis) cutlers and tool- 
makers, 637 Kearny 
Bauer Brothers & Co. (Abraham and Moses 
Bauer) importers and wholesale dealers fancy 
goods, laces, embroideries and Victoria zephyr, 
547 Market 
Bauer Charles, beltmaker, r. 212 First 
Bauer Charles, milk ranch, NE cor Seventeenth and 

Douglas - 
Bauer Charles, policeman City Hall, r. 721% Clem 
Bauer Charles E. , dairy, E s Montgomery Av, bet 

Francisco and Bay 
Bauer Charles F., restaurant keeper, r. 611 Natoma 
Bauer Charles &., driver Presidio Brewery, r. 1419 Pac 
Bauer Christian, milk ranch, S s Chestnut, bet Steiner 

and Pierce 
Bauer Emil, barber Jacob Genster, r. 808 Larkin 
Bauer Emile, manager S. F. News Co., 413 Wash- 
ington, r. 1838 Geary 
Bauer Emile E., laborer Cal. Sugar Befinery, r. 7 

Alemany 
Bauer Frederick, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 
Bauer Frederick C, druggist John A. Bauer, r. 509 

Post 
Bauer Frederick H., clerk Homeopathic Pharmacy, r. 

118 Fillmore 
Bauer George, r. 325 Bay 

Bauer George, barber Julius Heilfronn, r. 516 Grove 
Bauer Gustave, milker Frank Enihoff, NW cor Chest- 
nut and Broderick 
Bauer Gustavus A., saloonkeeper, r. SW cor Lott and 

McAllister 
Bauer Henry, upholsterer, r. 1517 California, rear . 
Bauer Henry C, boxmaker Max Waizman, r. 611 Na- 
toma 
Bauer Jacob (Bauer & Co.) r. 140 Ninth 
Bauer Jacob, driver John Bauer, r. 118 Fillmore 
Bauer jr. C. «& Co. (J. Christian Bauer) importers 

hops, corks and brewers' stock, 632 Sacramento 
Bauer J. Christian (J. C. Bauer & Co.) r. 519 Franklin 
Bauer John, r. 419 Sutter, rear 
Bauer John (Bauer Bros.) r. 654 Mission 
Bauer John, foundryman, r. 311 Pacific 
Bauer John, proptr Tivoli Brewery, 118 Fillmore 
Bauer John Jr., with John Bauer, r. 118 Fillmore 
Bauer John A., manufacturing chemist and drug- 
gist, 101 Post, r. 509 Post 
Bauer John C, milkman, Chestnut, bet Steiner and 

Pierce 
Bauer John F., farmer, San Miguel Station 
Bauer John J., r. San Miguel Station 
Bauer Joseph, laborer Cal. Sugar Befinery, r . 114 Lang- 
ton 
Bauer Joseph, real estate, r. 1042 Folsom, rear 
Bauer Leonard, cabinetmaker Eihn & Fuchs, r. 14 

Gilbert 
Bauer Leopold, milkman, r. S s Green, bet Franklin 

and Gough 
Bauer Louis (Bauer Bros.) r. 654 Mission 
Bauer Louis, clerk D. Samuels, r. 1307 Gough 
Bauer Louis, salesman Burnham & Lynch, r. 26 Sixth 
Bauer Martin, tinsmith Emile Boesch, r. 1618 West 

Mission 
Bauer Moses (Bauer Bros. & Co.) r. 1307 Gough 
Bauer Peter, real estate, r. 1321 % Stockton 
Bauer Samuel, proptr Western White Goods 
Manufacturing Co., 547-549 Market, r. 1307 Gough 
Bauer Simon, porter Beiss Bros. & Co., r. 231 Bitch 
Bauer Solomon, upholsterer, r. 1322 Polk 



Bauer William, clerk Frank Liitticken, r. 611 Natoma 
Bauer William H., upholsterer, r. 1517 Cal., rear 
Bauer William J., liquor saloon, 1042 Folsom 
Bauer & Co. (Jacob Bauer and M. Nodenschneider) 

bakery, 140 Ninth 
Bauer. See Baur and Bower 
Bauercle JohnG., captain sloop Emeliar 
Bauerfeld Frederick, carpenter, r. 2 Hayward 
Bauerman Frank, polisher S. F. Brass Works, r. 332 

Sixth 
Baugh Theodore E., r. 44 Sixth 
Baugh William W., cargo clerk, r. 521 Pacific 
Baughn Ella Miss, dressmaker, r. 969 Mission 
Baubof Carl, baker E. A. Engelberg, r. 643 Clay 
Baulsir Nimrod, blockmaker B. C. Hanson, r. 1332 

Washington 
Baum Charles, consul Argentine Bepublic and presi- 
dent American-Bussian Commercial Co., 510 Bat- 
tery, r. 1705 Powell 
Baum David A., canvasser Liverpool and London and 

Globe Insurance Co., r. 310 Kearny 
Baum George S., clerk Free Public Library, r. 1021 

Market 
Baum Gustav, furniture and carpets, 871 Market, r. 

1715 Larkin 
Baum Hyman, clerk Gustav Baum, r. 1715 Larkin 
Baum J. & Co. (Julius Baum and Henry and Mor- 
ris Shrier) importers and mnfrs clothing, 9-11 

Sansome 
Baum John T., liquor saloon, NE cor Cal and Walnut 
Baum Julius (J. Baum & Co.) r. 1111 Van Ness Av 
Baum Leonard, clerk, r. 1016 Geary 
Baum Morris (Fisher & Baum) r. 426 Fell 
Baum William, laundry, 37 Turk 
Bauman Charles, chairmaker, r. off W s Van Ness 

Av, nr Black Point 
Bauman Charles, tailor, 919 % Filbert 
Bauman Emma Miss, milliner S. Zemansky, r. 544 

Third 
Bauman Frederick, brassfinisher, r. 332 Sixth 
Bauman Jacob, blacksmith, r. 26 Turk 
Bauman John, cigannaker, r. 916 O'Farrell 
Bauman Joseph (Klevesahl & Bauman) r. E s Broder- 
ick, bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Bauman Louis, r. 18 Freelon 
Bauman Solomon, merchant, r. b% Garden 
Baumann Anton, dairyman, r. 431 Pine 
Baumann B. Mrs., r. 110 Powell 
Baumann Ferdinand, dairyman, r. 431 Pine 
Baumann George, tailor, r. 2 Graham PI 
Baumann John, musician, r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann Joseph, captain star Hylton Castle 
Baumann Joseph, milker, r. 621 California 
Baumann Philip, confectioner Schroth & Westerfeld, 

r. 778 Jg Stevenson 
Baumann Sigmund, salesman Levi Strauss & Co., r. 

309 Powell 
Baumann. See Bowman 
Baumbach Frank, seaman, r. 131 Harri6on 
Baumberger James, bookkeeper Breeze & Loughran, 

r. 1328 Golden Gate Av 
Baumeister Bernhardt H., student, r. 1805 Stockton 
Baumeister Herman, plumber William S. Snook & 

Sons, r. 1 August Alley 
Baumeister John A., tailor, r. 608% Locust Av 
Baumeister Joseph, carpenter William B. Bradbury, 

r. 1151 Harrison 
Baumer Joseph, shoemaker George H. Welp, r. 1323% 

Natoma 
Baumgard Henry, molder Eisdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 315 Jessie 
Baumgardner Etta M. Mrs., vice- principal Dennian 

Grammar School, r. 1626 Sacramento 
Baumgardner John, driver John A. Shepston, r. W s 

Mission Boad, nr San Miguel Station 
Baumgardner Sylvester J., merchant, r. 1626 Sac 
Baumgarten A. & Co. (Anton and Joseph 

Baumgarten) importers cloth, tailors' trimmings, 

etc., 7 Montgomery 
Baumgarten Anton (A. Baumgarten & Co.) r. 311 Dupt 
Baumgarten Francis M., chemist Cal. Sugar Befinery, 

r. 2504 Howard 
Baumgarten Joseph (A. Baumgarten & Co.) r. 1014 

Van Ness Av 
Baumgarten Joseph, shoemaker, 428 Fourth, r. 274 

Clementina 
Baumgarten Otto, seaman Oregon E. and N. Co.'s 

SS. Oregon, r. North German Hotel 
Baumgartner Valentine (Baumgartner & Bohls) r. 12 

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aumgartner & Bohls (Valentine Bauragartner and 
Henry Bohls) tobacco factory, 230-232 Fourteenth 

auml William M., cigarmaker Frankenberg Bros., 
r. 015 Post 

ann Jasper, groceries and liquors, SW cor Hartford 
and Eighteenth 

aunet Leonidas, merchant (Central America) r. 
1412 Powell 

auer Adolph, cigar dealer, r. 1621 Clay 

aur Joseph, r. 39 Moss 

aur Otto, clerk Michalitschke Bros., r. 1621 Clay 

aurhyte Isaac, engineer stmr Tulare, r. 22 Bluxome 

ausch John F., laborer, r. SE cor El Dorado and 
Utah 

ausman William, editor Morning Call, r. 552 Minna 

ausmann William W., mining secretary, 409 Cali- 
fornia, room 4, r. Palace Hotel 

autz Leon, bottler Pioneer Soda Water Works, r. 302 
Fillmore 

avaria Brewery, Phillip Frauenholz proptr, E 
8 Montgomery Av, bet Vallejo and Green 

aversen Henry, groceries and liquors, 17 Seven- 
teenth 

awden William G., compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 
225 Bush 

aster Charles G., collector, r. 709 Jones 

axter Edward H., salesman Kedington & Co., r. 1109 
Howard 

axter Ellen Miss, shoefitter, r. 214 % Langton 

axter Frank C. (Frank C. Baxter & Co.) r. 711 Post 

axter Frank C. & Co. (Frank C. Baxter) portrait gal- 
lery, 136 Post 

axter Hawley W., collector, office 234 Montgomery, 
r. Oakland 

axter James, baker, r. 54 First 

axter James, engineer, r. 67 hi Shipley 

axter John, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 
322 Third 

axter John T., butcher, r. 322 Third 

axter Joseph P., policeman City Hall, r. 915 Union 

axter Lydia L., widow, r. 1109 Howard 

axter Mary Mrs., r. 214% Langton 

axter Mary G. Miss, saleslady J. J. Cook, r. 127 
Eddy 

axter Robert, mining, r. 629 California 

axter Teresa Miss, shoefitter, r. 214 % Langton 

axter Thomas, porter Foley & Co., r. 214% Langton 

axter William S., bookkeeper Redington & Co., r. 
Oakland 

ay and Coast Railroad Co., A. E. Davis 
(fresident, office 20-22 Nevada Block 

ay and Coast Telegraph Co., A. E.Davis 
president, 20-22 Nevada Block, George B. Bar- 
nard manager, office 208 Montgomery 

ay and River Line Schooners, estate of Jerome B. 
Piper proptr, Francis M. Stevens manager, 7 
Clay 

Jay Central Saloon, Cord Wrede proptr, 419 
East 

ay City Insurance Co., office 442 California 

ay City Market, 1132-1146 Market 

•ay City Packing and Provision Co. (Zim- 
mermann, Strouse & Co.) packing house E s San 
BrunoRoad, nr Cortland Av 

Jay City Plating Works, George M. Lederer & 
Co. proptrs, gold, silver and nickel plating, 
mnfrs silver plated amalgamating plates, and 
swinging plates to save float gold, 731 Mission 

ay City Soda Water Co., John Grennan supt, 110- 
112 Golden Gate Ay 

ay District Association, Thomas W. Hinchman sec- 
retary, D, bet First and Sixth Avs 

ay District Fair Grounds Hotel, James R. Dickey 
proptr, Sixth Av, nr Fulton 

Jay Malt House, Scherr, Bach & Lux proptrs, S 
s Brannan, bet Seventh and Eighth, office 511 Sac 

Jay Soap and Candle Co. (Limited) Samuel 
Rosener president, Edmund Godchaux business 
manager, Gustave Janssen supt, works M, bet 
Sixth and Seventh Avs, South S. F., office 116 
Front 

Jay State Dairy, Charles M. Hawes proptr, SW 
cor Napa and Connecticut 

ay State Silver Mining Co. (Lincoln Co., Nev.) John 
W. Pew secretary, 310 Pine, room 15 

ay Street House, Carl W. Knauth proptr, SE cor Bay 
and Kearny 

ay View Distillery, Edwin McAfee proptr, cor 
Eighteenth Av and H, South S. F., office 120 
Front 



Bay View House, Frank P. McLennan proptr, Rail- 
road Av, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Avs, 
South S. F. 

Bay Warehouse, T. F. Carvell proptr, W s Sansome, 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Bayer Joseph, physician, office 323 Kearny, r. 1028 
Clay 

Bayer Julius, foreman Eureka Nursery, Stanyan, S of 
Golden Gate Park 

Bayerque J. B. Mrs., widow, r. 819 Mission 

Bayle John, tripe, etc., 7 California Market, r. Fifth 
Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 

Bayless Charles H., draftsman William H. Bayless, 
r. 2216 Mission 

Bayless Frederick A., seaman, r. 150 Steuart 

Bayless Joseph A., draftsman Dewey & Co., r. 2216 
Mission 

Bayless William H., architect, 106 Leidesdorff, room 
4, r. 2216 Mission 

Bayley Alfred H., bartender Charles A. Bayley, r. 630 
Green 

Bayley diaries A., liquor saloon, 659 Clay, r. 
630 Green 

Bayley Charles H., merchant, r. 630 Green 

Bayley Clara E. Mrs., r 44 Third 

Bayley George B., note teller Nevada Bank of S. F., 
r. Oakland 

Bayley George H., clerk, r. 20 Jessie, bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Bayley Mary Miss, r. 429 Sixth 

Bayley. See Bailey, Bailly and Bayly 

Bayly Charles A. , apothecary, SE cor Sixth and 
Howard, and Supervisor 10th Ward, r. 822 Howard 

Bayly George, master mariner, r. 65 West Mission 

Bayly George, oilclothmaker, r. Treat Av, bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second 

Baynes Nora Mrs., r. 172 Clementina, rear 

Bayreuther Gustave, machinist Pfeiffer & Peterson, r. 
2100 Pine 

Bays Charles H., teamster, r. 1772 Folsom 

Bays John, contractor, r. 113 Wildey 

Bazan Ferdinand, physician and surgeon, office 
850 Market, and proptr Mission Baths, 1633 Mis- 
sion, r. 1633 Mission 

Bazell Stillnian C, carpenter, r. 652 Market 

Baziadoly August, waiter California House 

Bazil Salturos, cook H. Allione, r. 223 Jessie 

Bazimer August, driver Frederick Katz, r. 1006 Union 

Bazzuro Giacomo (Perata & Bazzuro) r. 105 Pacific 

Bazzuro Giuseppe, Garibaldi Guard, 423 Broadway 

Beach Andrew, solicitor Atlantic Salt Co., r. 363 
Minna 

Beach Anson B., drayman, r. 216 Austin 

Beach Charles L., carriagemaker Eugene Soule, r. 725 
Shotwell 

Beach Chilion, books and stationery, 107 Mont- 
gomery, r. 534 Bush 

Beach C. W., manager California Paint Co., 419 
Jackson, r. 2619 Clay 

Beach Frank W., pressman W. T. Baggett & Co., r. 725 
Shotwell 

Beach Gardiner E., ticket agent C. P. RR., Oakland 
Ferry, r. 1712% Stevenson 

Beach George, clerk, r. 511 O'Farrell 

Beach George D. (J. M. Zambelich & Co.) r. 358% 
Jessie 

Beach George H.. bookkeeper Cal. Paint Co., r. 2619 
Clay 

Beach Henry H., clerk Wellman, Peck & Co.,r. Oak- 
land 

Beach Horace, cashier U. S. Mint, r.. 501 Geary 

Beach Thomas P., watchman American Sugar Re- 
finery 

Beach Tyler, president California Paint Co., 419 
Jackson, r. San Jose 

Beacon Henry, driver City RR., r. 223 Fifteenth 

Beadell Charles, bootmaker, r. 512 Mission 

Beadle Alfred, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Beadle Donald (Beadle & Co.) r. Alameda 

Beadle Martin, longshoreman G. H. Whitney, 114 
Steuart 

Beadle & Co. (Donald Beadle and A. J. Mason) 
general commission merchants, and wholesale 
dealers lumber, 3 Spear 

Beagin John, laborer, r. 26 Bluxome 

Beahan John, butcher Charles Roth, r. NE cor Six- 
teenth and Dolores 

Beahm Georgiana Miss, with Mrs. A. Coughlan, r. 919 
Market 

Beahm Knop, salesman, r. 251 Stevenson 



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Beahm Monterey Mis6, with Mrs. A. Coughlan, r. 919 

Market 
Beaizley George, clerk William M. Searby, r. Ab- 

botsford House 
Beaizley Tbeophilus Rev., r. 715 Howard 
Beakley Absalom, caneworker, r. 6 Mill's PI 
Beakstram H., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Beal Charles R., law student Hastings Law College 
Beal John, cigarinaker, r. 131 Perry 
Beal Samuel, mnfr mattresses, 49-53 Second, r. 2526 

Clay 
Beal William Alexander, mining, r. 209 Perry 
Beal William L., mattressmaker Charles M. Plum & 

Co., r. 2320 Clay 
Beale David, bootblack and laundry office, SW cor 

Third and Howard, r. 251 Tehama 
Beale James, waiter, r. 507 Mission 
Beale John J., engineer Eureka Hair Factory, r. 15 

First Av 
Beale Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 21 % Garden 
Beale St.Warehouse, John McHugh proptr, cor Beale 

and Bryant 
Beale St.Wharf, foot Beale 

Beale Truxtun (Shoobertfc Beale) r. 1007 California 
Beale William, rigger, r. 21 % Garden 
Beale. See Beal, Beall, Beel and Beihl 
Bealer Jacques, ragpicker, r. 2 Bannam PI 
Beales Thomas, r. 1017 Sutter 
Beall Reason B., poultry, New Hayes Valley Market, 

r. 630 Webster 
Beals Caroline R., widow, vice principal Girls' High 

School, r. 1314 Jones 
Beals Charles W., reporter Commercial Herald and 

Market Review, r. 810 Filbert 
Beals Edward C, chemist Williams, Dimond & Co., 

r. 2407 Sacramento 
Beals Edward C, woodcarver, r. 1714 Sacramento 
Beals Eliza C, widow, r. 1714 Sacramento 
Beals George, music printer Matthias Gray, r. Brook- 
lyn 
Beals Henry Channing, editor Commercial 

Herald and Market Review, 409 Washington, r. 

2101 California 
Beals John P., music engraver Matthias Gray, r. 

Brooklyn 
Beals Rosa, widow, r. 1017 Sutter 
Beam I.Willard, salesman Cal.Wire Works, r. Oakland 
Beaman Henry O., supt Hercules Powder Works, 

Central Road, nr Fourth Av 
Beaman. See Beeman 
Beamish Abraham, trackman Market St. RR., r. 1542 

Eddy 
Beamish John, shoemaker G. Burkhardt, r. 716 Grove 
Beamish Percy, gents' furnishing goods and shirt 

mnfr, 693 Market and 1 Third, r. 2130 Howard 
Bean Albert, tinsmith Cutting Packing Co., r. 1216 

Pacific 
Bean Benjamin F., screw machine operator Porter, 

Oppenheimer, Slessinger & Co., r. 1214 Clay 
Bean C. Mrs., cook Armiiale House, 969 Mission 
Bean Charles, S. F. Ship Calkers' Assn. 44 Spear 
Bean David F., porter Haas Bros., r. 27 Hartford 
Bean Edwin F., deputy collector U. S. Internal 

Revenue, r. 1039 Market 
Bean George H., stevedore • Samuel H. Harmon, r. 

Pier 13 Steuart 
Bean James M., oyster dealer, r. 1427 Polk 
Bean John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Bean Patrick, teamster P. A. McDonald, r. 246 Fourth 
Bean Redmond, stevedore, r. 174 M Clara, rear 
Bean Sylvanus, weaver, r. 2311 Larkin 
Bean Walter, brakeman, r. Stanford Hotel 
Bean Wesley P., upholsterer, r. 1516 Howard 
Bean William, porter Martin Vulicevich, r. 332 Tenth 
Bean William, salesman J. Ivancovich & Co., r. 332 

Tenth 
Bean William M., housepainter, r. W s Noe, bet 

Fourteenth and Henry 
Bean. See Bien 

Beane Joseph W., foreman Cal. Mills, r. 2039 Mission 
Beans George, r. 22 Turk 
Beanston George, secretary Board of Education, 

office new City Hall, second floor, r. 317 Hyde 
Beanston Jeannette, widow, r. 1316 Webster 
Beanston Peter (Beanston & Gallagher) r. 13 Hollis 
Beanston & Gallagher (Peter Beanston and Patrick 

Gallagher) carriage mnfrs, 127 Fifth 
Bear Antonia, dressmaker, 314 % Fifth 
Bear J., carrier Evening Bulletin, r. 38 Morse 
Bear John, painter, r. 213 Stevensou 



Bear S., r. 1002 Van Ness Av 

Bear Solomon, merchant, r. 1711 Stockton 

Bear. See Baer, Bahr and Bare 

Beard George, stevedore, r. N s Greenwich, bet 
Montgomery and Sansome 

Beard John, boilermaker, r. 133 Townsend 

Beard Joseph, r. 225 Bush 

Beard Joseph R., broker, r. 744 Howard 

Beard Robert, molder, r. 61 Tehama 

Beard Sarah Miss, r. 133 Townsend 
Beard William H., produce, 4295$ Fourth 

Beard. See Baird 

Beardshaw Bessie, domestic 1019 Hyde 

Beardslee Cyrus W., carpenter, r. 436 Union 

Beardslee Mattie A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 1301 Taylor 

Beardsley Emma F. Miss, assistant Broadway Gram- 
mar School, r. 631 Geary 

Beardsley George F. (George F. Beardsley & Co.) r. 
217 Geary 

Beardsley George F. & Co. (George F. Beardsley) 
proptrs Pac. Homceopathic Pharmacy, 44 Geary 

Beardsley Irving W., with Cutting Packing Co., r. 126 
Hayes 

Beardsley James, engineer, r. SW cor Grove and 
Franklin 

Beardsley John, butcher, r. 126 Hayes 

Beardsley Paul F., machinist Frank W. Fuller, r. 602 
Bush 

Beardsley Sophia, widow, r. 631 Geary 

Bearman Arthur, bookkeeper, r. 130 Guerrero 

Bearne Jacob, cook, r. 264 Jessie 

Bearng Rebecca, domestic 418 Fremont 

Bearwald Jacob, printer, r. 922 Minna 

Bearwald Marks, shoecutter Joseph Lucier, r. 40$ 
Gough 

Beasey William H. (Connell & Beasey) r. 607 McAl- 
lister 

Beasley E. C, teacher University School, r. Saucelito 

Beasley Mary, widow, r. Bay, bet Dupont and Kearny 

Beasley Thomas D., draftsman U. S. Surveyor-Gen- 
eral's Office, r. 410 Hyde 

Beatie Walter C, clerk South P. C. RR. Co's Office, r. 
834 Folsom 

Beaton Angus, shipcarpenter, r. 322 }£ Ivy Av 

Beaton Donald, carriagedriver, r. 174 Jessie 

Beaton James, cook, r. 710 Front 

Beaton John J., shipcarpenter, r. 640 Stevenson 

Beaton Norman, bookkeeper, r. 103 Buchanan 

Beaton Samuel, teamster, r. 8 Potter 

Beattie James, engineer Turner & Bundle, r. 608 Sixth 

Beattie William, billposter, r. 745 Harrison 

Beattie William G., solicitor, r. 9 Mason 

Beatty Calvin, plasterer, r. 9U4 Jackson 

Beatty Charles, blacksmith Thomas Ford, r. 1221 Fol- 
som, rear 

Beatty Christopher, porter Wheeler & Wilson Manuf . 
Co., r. 530 Natoma 

Beatty George, waiter The Baldwin, r. 415 Stevenson 

Beatty Henry W., wiredrawer Cal. Wire Works, r, 
i34}£ Francisco 

Beatty James, fireman S. P. RR. 

Beatty James, hide curer, teamster, and agent Butch- 
ers' Pro. Assn, NEcor Seventh Av and N, r. N s 
Tenth Av, bet M and Railroad Av, South S. F. 

Beatty John, carpenter Enterprise Mill and Building 
Co., r. 533 M Natoma 

Beatty John, gardener Industrial School 

Beatty John, policeman City Hall, r. 23 Hermann 

Beatty John C. land agent, r. 1228 Green 

Beatty Martha Miss, r. 125 Hayes 

Beatty Patrick, mattressmaker Mrs. F. Stamper, r. 
531^ O'Farrell 

Beatty Samuel, bootmaker Porter, Oppenheimer, Sles- 
singer & Co., r. 343 Jessie 

Beatty Samuel G., loan, commission and real- 
estate broker, 302 Montgomery, room 2, r. Santa 
Clara Co 

Beatty T. N., r. Gailhard Hotel 

Beaty William J., liquor saloon, 30 Stockton, r. 267 
Stevenson 

Beaty. See Beatie and Beattie 

Beauce Caroline Mme., dressmaker, 403 Sixth 

Beauchamp J. A. Mis., widow, teacher music, r. 2430 
Sacramento 

Beauchamp Richard, fruit and produce, 2505 Mission 

Beaud Louis, shoemaker, r. 1589 Turk 

Beaugner W. S., Cigarmakers' Assn, 807 Market 

Beauharnais Eugene, pressman, r. 819 Broadway 

Beauharnais Sarah A., widow, r. 819 Broadway 

Beau.jardin Theodore G., teacher violin, r. 823 Bdwy 



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Jeauman Louis W. , bookkeeper National Iron Works, 

r. 713 % Union 
Beaumont Eliza A. Mrs., seamstress Protestant Or- 
phan Asylum 
Jeaumont Joseph, r. 208 Shotwell 
Jeaumont Thomas, r. 617 Mission 
Jeauregard Ella Miss, dressmaker, r. 27 Garden 
Jeauregard Napoleon, machinist, r. 29 Garden 
Beauregard Thomas, seaman, r. 409 Drumm 
Jeauxis John, bakery, 911 Pacific 
Jeaven David B., fish dealer, 36 Mission Market, r. 

124 First Av 
Jeaver George L., attorney at law, r. 1300 Taylor 
Jeaver George W., capitalist, 414 California, r. 1300 

Taylor 
Jeaver Henry, janitor S. F. Stock and Exchange Board, 

r. 162 Perry 
Jeaver Samuel E., teller Bank of California, r. 118 

Dupont 
Jeaverly John A., salesman A. W. Fink, r. 1819 Jones 
Jeazley F. C, cashier Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. 1312 

Taylor 
Jeban Rocco, coffee and oyster saloon, SE cor Broad- 
way and Dupont, r. 1504 Powell 
Jecamilli A. F., waiter Garibaldi House 
Jech August, helper Calvin Nutting & Co., r. 30 Du- 
pont 
Jechdolf Michael, carpenter, r. 109 Oak 
Sechele Philip, broom maker Harrison & Dickson, r. 

5 Oak 
Jecher Elizabeth, milliner Mrs. Alice Braid, r. 622 

Ash Av 
Secher Henry, cook, r. 622 Ash Av 
iecherer Agnes Miss, teacher music, r. 621 Union 
iecherer Charles, maltster Chicago Brewery, r. 112 

Austin 
Jecherer Charles F., printer, r. 824 Pacific 
Jechler Joseph H., city salesman Deming, Palmer & 

Co., r. 1845 Stevenson 
iechler William, millman Capitol Mills 
Jechold Michael, carpenter, r. 109 Oak 
Jechster Ellen, widow, r. 1325 Washington 
Jechtel Charles, cellarman, r. 18 First 
Jechtel Consolidated Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 

Cal.) W. H. Lent secretary, 62 Nevada Block 
Sechtel Frederick K., mining, 324 Pine, room 1, r. 

1828 Eddy 
Jechtel Ludwig, cabinet maker, r. 36 Valparaiso 
Jechten Morris, r. 217 Geary 
Jecir Luca A., steward John Vidak, r. 648 Fourth 
Jeck Adam, butcher, r. 347 Grove 
Seek Albert, seaman, r. 326 Main 
Jeck Amanda Miss, cigar maker C. Erzgraber & Co., r. 

239 Steuart 
Jeck Andrew P., weigher Jackson St. Wharf, r. 8 St. 

Charles PI 
Jeck Anthony H„ musician Adelphi Theatre, r. 106 

Fourteenth 
Jeck August, cook, r. 428 Greenwich 
Jeck August, gun and locksmith, 510 J6 Broadway 
Jeck Charles, laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. E s 

Treat Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Jeck David L. (D..L. Beck & Sons) r. 18 Stanly PI 
Jeck David L. Jr. (D. L. Beck & Sons) r. 18 Stan" 

PI 
Jeck D. L. & Sons (David L., David L. Jr., and Walter 

F.) commission and merchandise brokers, 221-225 

Front 
Jeck Eugene B. (Jones & Co.) r. Oakland 
3eck Francis E., accountant Anglo-Californian Bank, 

r. 501 Post 
Jeck Frank W., clerk, r. 426 O'Farrell 
3eek Frederick, tinsmith, r.239 Steuart 
Jeck George (Beck & Hornung) r. 2015 Folsom 
Jeck George, r. 310 Tehama 
3eck George F., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 22 

Natoma 
3eck George H., laborer, r. NE cor Twenty-Fourth 

and Treat Av 
3eck George P., waiter Schroth & Westerfeld, 228 

Kearny 
3eck Gott'lob, wool, r. 340 Third 
3eck Hans, captain schr J. Frederick 
Beck Henry, hogdealer, r. Twenty-ninth Av, nr San 

Bruno Road, South S. F. 
Beck Henry, shoemaker, r. 518 Jessie 
Beck Henry, tanner S. Kraus, r. Twenty-fourth, nr 

Treat Av 
Beck Henry S., plasterer and whitener, 208 Sutter, r. 

1127 Harrison 



Beck James G.,housepainter St. Denis & Costerauste, 
r. cor Fifth and Mission 

Beck Jacob, bricklayer, r. 347 Grove 

Beck James G. (Wells & Beck) r. 327 Jessie 

Beck John, maltster National Brewery, r. SE cor Ful- 
ton and Webster 

Beck John C, captain schr Napa City, office Pier 13 
Steuart, r. Oakland 

Beck John G., laborer, r. 130 Wildey 

Beck John L.,horseshoer D. I. Newkirk, r. E s Treat 
Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

Beck John Ludwig, r. 1044 Howard 

Beck Jorgen P., r. 908 Pacific 

Beck Ludwig, with Butler & Haldan, r. Alameda 

Beck Mary Miss, r. 239 Steuart 

Beck Mary 11., widow, r. 908 Pacific 

Beck Nathaniel A., dyer Golden Gate Woolen Mills, 
and liquor saloon, 2300 Folsom 

Beck Philip, with John Bauer, r. 118 Fillmore 

Beck Reinhold, confectioner, r. 19 Garden 

Beck Robert, r. 227 Geary 

Beck Robert, pressman Morning Call, r. 25 j£ Stone 

Beck Robert, upholsterer, r. 503 Jones 

Beck Walter A., clerk Magnetic Elastic Truss and 
Belt Co., r. Empire House 

Beck Walter F. (D. L. Beck & Sons) r. Oakland 

Beck William A., student Heald's Busintss College 

Beck William F., laborer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. E 
s Treat Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

Beck William J., cook Oregon R. and N. Co.'s SS. Co- 
lumbia 

Beck William J., tinsmith, r. 239 Steuart 

Beck & Hornung (George Beck and Frederick Horn- 
ung) butchers, stalls 10-11 Mission Market 

Beck. See Bech 

Beckendorff George H. C, teamster, r. 40 Russ 

Becker Anton, r. 605 Broadway 

Becker Arent C, printer, r. 318 Davis 

Becker August, cabinetmaker, r. S s Twenty-fifth, bet 
Church and. Sanchez 

Becker August, driver Schroth & Westerfeld, 228 
Kearny 

Becker August, cooper, r. Manhattan House 

Becker August, student Heald's Business College, r. 
510 Stockton 

Becker August C, proptr Vienna Caf6, 341 Bush, r. 
509 Bush 

Becker B. Adolph, real-estate agent and house- 
broker, 334 Kearny, r. 901 Golden Gate Av 

Becker Barbara, widow, r. 439 Sixth 

Becker Brothers (Diedrich, John H. and Charles 
. H.) groceries and liquors, SE cor Sutter and 
Leavenworth, SE cor Sutter and Taylor, SE cor 
Geary and Larkin, and SE cor Turk and Larkin 

Becker Casper, liquor saloon, NW cor O'Farrell and 
Dupont, r. 709 Buchanan 

Becker Casper J., tannery, E s San Bruno Road, bet 
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 

Becker Charles, shipcarpenter, r. 624 Fourth 

Becker Charles H. (Becker Bros.) r. SE cor Turk and 
Larkin 

Becker Charles H., operator Buckingham & Hecht, r. 
519 H Hayes 

dicker Christian, baker, r. 103 Twenty-fourth 

.Becker Christopher, tanner Casper J. Becker, r. E s 
San Bruno Road, bet Twenty-seventh and Twen- 
ty-eighth 

Becker Conrad, assayer Thomas Price, r. Oakland 

Becker Diedrich (Becker Bros.) r. SE cor Leaven- 
worth and Sutter 

Becker E. Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 1203 Turk 

Becker Edward R., salesman The Singer Manuf. Co., 
r. 13 Harlan PI 

Becker F., Barbers Pro. Union, 539 California 

Becker Frank, butcher F. W. Rossbach, r. 907 Folsom 

Becker Frank J., porter Weil Bros. & Co., r. 1116 
Pacific 

Becker Frederick, cutter clothing dept U. S. A., 36 
New Montgomery, r. 1646 Mission 

Becker Frederick W., cigars and tobacco, 705 Davis 

Becker Fred W., packer The Singer Manuf Co., r. 13 
Harlan PI 

Becker George, confectioner David Hirschfeld, r. 4 
Kramer PI 

Becker George F., geologist U. S. Geological Survey, 
155 New Montgomery 

Becker George J., cook, r. 23 Jessie 

Becker George J., liquor saloon and restaurant, SW 
cor Fourth and Berry 

Becker Gustave J., porter W. A. Schultz, r. 1203 Turk 



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Becker Henry (Becker & Jacoby) r. 1524 California 
Becker Henry, cook, r. Oriental Hotel 
Becker Henry, real estate, r. 27 Oak Grove Av 
Becker Henry, tanner Casper J. Becker, r. E s Bruno 

Road, bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Becker John, cabinetmaker West Coast Furniture 

Co., r. 2327 Harrison 
Becker John, clerk Becker Bros., r. SE cor Geary and 

Larkin 
Becker John F., porter Weil Bros. & Co., r. 1116 

Pacific 
Becker John H. (Becker Bros.) r. SE cor Sutter 

and Taylor 
Becker Joseph, crockery and glassware, 329 Hayes, r. 

222 Linden Av 
Becker Joseph W. (Becker & Fischer) r. 1011 Folsom 
Becker Louis, baker William Hessler, r, 717 Pacific 
Becker Louis, bartender, r. 257 Minna 
Becker M. A. Mrs., r. 1050 Howard 
Becker Margaret, domestic 954 Mission 
Becker Michael, bakery, 1323 Dupont 
Becker JH. Rudolph B. , office 334 Kearny, r. 901 

Golden Gate Av 
Becker Nicholas, proptr St. Louis Hotel, 11 Pacific 
Becker Nicolaus, r. NE cor Gough and O'Farrell 
Becker Otto F. , proptr Prescott House, SW cor 

Kearny and Montgomery Av 
Becker Otto J., cabinetmaker, r. E s Harrison bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first 
Becker Peter, liquor saloon, 113 Sixth, r. 25 Moss 
Becker Peter, liquor saloon, 415-417 Hayes 
Becker Tillie Miss, boxmaker S. F. Box Factory, r. 

439 Sixth 
Becker William, bakery, 1036 Clay 
Becker William, basketmaker, 622 Market, r. 1003 

Twenty-first 
Becker William, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Mission and Spear 
Becker William, tanner Morris Windt, r. E s Nebraska, 

bet Colusa and Yuba 
Becker & Fischer (Joseph W. Becker and George 

Fischer) liquor saloon, 1156 Market 
Becker & Jacoby (Henry Becker and Julius Jacoby) 

dry and fancy goods, 1441 Polk 
Becker. See Bacher and Baker 
Beckert Oscar, waiter Louis Meyer, r. 343 Minna 
Beckerton Charles, longshoreman, r. 127 Jackson 
Beckett Frank A., carriage painter CarvillManuf Co., 

r. Oriental Hotel 
Beckett Jennie Mrs., r. 919 Folsom 
Beckett Sarah E., widow, r. 9223^ Harrison 
Beckett William, blacksmith Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 

5 s Shasta, bet Illinois and Michigan 
Beckingham George C, traveling agent Moore, Hunt 

6 Co., 417 Market 

Beckler George, barber H. W. Morgenstern, r. 540 

Market 
Beckley Absalom, caneworker, r. 6 Mills PI 
Beckman August, boatman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Beckman George, waiter William Weston, r. 8 Antonio 
Beckman Henry, dishwasher Grand Central Hotel, 

957 Market 
Beckman John F., tanner, r. SW cor Thirteenth and 

Noe 
Beckman Robert, seaman stmr Constantine 
Beckmann Brothers (John and Wilhelm) groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Greenwich and Taylor, and SW 

cor Green and Hyde 
Beckmann Charles F., liquor saloon, 536 Sacramento, 

r. 445 H Minna 
Beckmann Claudius, salesman Neubert & Turk, r. 521 

Jones 
Beckmann Henry, milkman, r. S s Filbert, bet 

Steiner and Fillmore 
Beckmann Herman, clerk William H. Holmes, r. NE 

cor Columbia and Twenty-sixth 
Beckmann John (Beckmann Bros.) r. NW cor Green- 
wich and Taylor 
Beckmann John, cellarman Washington Brewery, r. 

719 % Lombard 
Beckmann John, porter, r. 429 Bush 
Beckmann John, pensioner German Hospital 
Beckmann Peter W., groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Fifteenth and Mission 
Beckmann Wilhelm (Beckmann Bros.) r. SW cor 

Green and Hyde 
Beckmann. See Bachman 

Beckwith Elliott S., boatbuilder, r. Oregon Lodgings 
Beckwith Frank W., student Heald's Business College 
Beckwith George E., r. 832 Folsom 



Beckwith George L., metalroofer, r. 719 Gough 
Beckwith Jacob, waiter The Baldwin 
Beckwith James E., driver Wells, Fargo & Co.'b Ex- 
press, r. 706 Bush 
Beckwith John A., telephone operator, r. SE cor Kan- 
sas and Sonoma 
Beckwith John N., policeman City Hall, r. 565 Teha- 
ma, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Beckwith Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 565 Tehama, bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Beckwith Seth L., boatbuilder, r. 719 Gough 
Becraft Almarin T., horseshoer D. I. Newkirk, r. 824 

Capp 
Becsey Joseph A., interpreter French and Spanish 

Police Court, r. 2705 Bush 
Bedachio Louis, driver A. Gatto, r. 1511 California 
Bedbury Joseph, tinsmith J. F. Forderer, r. 853 Har- 
rison 
Bedell Cemantha Mrs., r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Charles M., shoemaker Rosenthal, Feder & 

Co., r. West Berkeley 
Bedell Cyrus, laborer, r. 122 Eddy, rear 
Bedell Daniel C, bartender, r. 713 Bush 
Bedell Edmund D., engineer, r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Frederick, hostler, r. 1008 Valencia 
Bedell Jennie Miss, telegraph operator, r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Joseph, tinsmith Alexander Hoy, r. 45 Maiden 

Lane 
Bedell Manuel, tinsmith Alexander Hoy, r. 45 Maiden 

Lane 
BeDell William, general agent Lake Shore and 
Michigan Southern, and Michigan Central Rail- 
roads, 22 Montgomery, r. 918 Van Ness Av 
Bedell William, laborer, r. Elizabeth, bet Sanchez and 

Noe 
Bedell William, machinist coiner's dept U. S. Mint, 

r. 15 Mission Av 
Bedell William E., carpenter, r. 608 Mission 
Beder William, cook, r. 431 Clementina 
Bedford Edmund, clerk Henry Palmer & Co.,r. 37 

Eddy 
Bedford Harry, machinist Isaac H. Small, r. Lindell 

House 
Bednawski Alexander, civil engineer, r. 16 Clinton 
Bedoni Luigi, painter, r. 502 Union 
Bedorskou N., seaman, r. 12 Clinton 
Bee Emile A., tailor, r. 5 Quincy PI 
Bee Frank M., insurance broker, r. 620 Eddy 
Bee Frederick A., consul China, office 917 Stock- 
ton, r. 620 Eddy 
Bee Joseph, policeman City Hall, r. 959 Mission 
Bee M. F., fireman S. P. RR., r. 735 Sixteenth 
Bee Samuel J., butcher, r. W s Railroad Av, bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth Avs, South S. F. 
Bee Theodore C, tailor, r. 1232 Vallejo 
Bee Theodore C. Jr., assayer Selby Smelting and Lead 

Works, r. 1232 Vallejo 
Beeback Emil, miner, r. E s Dolores, bet Twenty-first 

and Twenty-second 
Beebe Charles W. (R. J. Trumbull & Co.) r. Oakland 
Beebe Georgiana, widow, r. 2200 Broadway 
Beebe Joseph J., compositor Chronicle, r. 156 Third 
Beebe William S., foreman Cutting Packing Co., r. 135 

Sixth 
Beecher Andrew J., carpenter, r. 6 Laskie 
Beecher Charles, clerk N. Thorson, r. 6 Laskie 
Beecher Delaware A., lastmaker Leveque & Potter, r. 

119 Turk 
Beecher Matthew, horsecllpper, r. 18 First 
Beeching Robert, agent S. F. Benev. Assn, 20 Webb, r. 

Alameda 
Beechinor Norman, teamster, r. 2 Burcham PI 
Beede Alexander C, salesman John S. Hand, r. 7JS 

Oak Grove Av 
Beede David H., clerk J. Moran & Co., r. 7J4 Oak 

Grove Av 
Beede Napoleon B., r. 7% Oak Grove Av 
Beede William A., bookkeeper Samuel Carson, r. 7!$ 

Oak Grove Av 
Beegan James, expressman, r. 15 Jessie 
Beegan James, glassblower S. F. and Pacific Glass 

Works, r. 26 Bluxome 
Beegan John, laborer, r. 26 Bluxome 
Beegan John, salesman Fratinger & Noll, r. 136 Silver 
Beehan Charles, printer, r. 793 Mission 
Beehan James G., printer, r. 793 Mission 
Beeker Frank W., shoemaker, r. 519 % Hayes 
Beekman Helen C, widow, r. W s Goettiugen, bet Sil- 
ver Av and Silliman 
Beekman Robert, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 



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Manufacturers Improved Wax fjandlea, 
Mining, Coach and Hot-el C» ndles. 



eler Mary Miss, teacher The Singer Manuf. Co., 

r. 623 Howard 
eman Martha, widow, r. 826 Broadway 
■email William, manufacturer elastic cork truss 

braces and surgical appliances. Shields Bldg, 32 

O'Farrell, r. 424 O'Farrell 
eman. See Beaman 
er Bernard, salesman Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., r. 

1624 Geary 
er Henry, physician, r. 5 Bonita 
er John F., signwriter Hopps & Sons, r. 213 Stev 
er. See Behr 

ers Barrett B., dentist, office and r. 230 Kearny 
ers Eli F., salesman B. M. Atchinson & Co., r. 125 

Second 
ers Hiram W. Kev., pastor Trinity Church, r. 1006 

Sutter 
ers Kobert, molder, r. 413 Powell 
erst e clier Charles J., attorney at law, and 

KB. Commissioner 2d District, office 320 Sansome, 

rooms 42-46, r. 2206 Steiner 
erstecher Frederick, r. 2206 Steiner 
eson Frederick P., drayman Sroufe & McCrum, r. 

807 Kearny 
eson William, pedlar, r. 904 Kearny 
etle John, r. 365 Minna 

evan Isaac, porter J. Schoenfeld, r. 12 White 
8fa Alfonse, r. 1205 Stockton 
ffa Ferdinando, bartender A. P. Sartori 
6Ea Louisa, domestic 822 Pacific 
ggs Ellen, widow, groceries and liquors, 122 William 
=!gs Emma G., widow, r. 1710 Geary 
ggs H., laborer Pac. Boiling Mills 
?gs Samuel C, machinist, r. 324 Treat At 
ggs William F., tinsmith S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

122 William 
gin Joseph, butcher, r. 2918 Clay 
gley James, clerk, r. 3 Natoma 
»ley John, laborer, r. 3 Natoma 
gley John, shoemaker, r. 21 Telegraph PI 
jley John A, gasfitter Julius Lempke, r. 3 Natoma 
jley John L., butcher, r. 1144 Market 
*ley Michael, molder, r. S s Seventeenth, bet Sher- 
man and Castro 

gley Peter, laborer P. M. SS. Co., r. 34 Frederick 
jley. See Bagley 

jovich James, waiter, r. 1114 Powell 
jovich Matteo, Austrian Benev. Soc, 771 Market 
jrold Charles, waiter, r. 5 Cottage PI 
juelin Fannie V., widow, r. 1306 Vallejo 
»uhl Adolph F. F., painter, r. NE cor California 

Av and Montcalm, B. H. 
mhl Antonia Mrs., dressmaker, 2544 Folsom 
juhl David, painter, r. Twenty-fifth, bet Bartlett 

and Valencia 

juhl Dora, domestic 1205 Valencia 
juhl Fredricka Miss, dressmaker, r. 2544 Folsom 
juhl Henry F., painter, r. 851 Harrison 
»uhl Ida Miss, dressmaker, r. 2544 Folsom 
lan Charles T., salesman, r. 230 Kearny 
lan Edward, laborer, r. N s Islais Creek, nr San 

Bruno Road 
dan Edward Jr., brushmaker, r. N s Islais Creek, 

nr San Bruno Road 
tian Edward J., carwasher Market St. RR., r. E s 

Gates, nr Crescent Av 
ban Frank, brushmaker R. W. Simpson, r. N s 

Islais Creek, nr San Bruno Road 
ban George, clerk, r. N s Twenty-third, bet Ala- 
bama and Columbia 
ian George, salesman, r. 227 Geary 
ban James, painter, r. N s Twenty-third, bet Ala- 
bama and Columbia 
ban Mary, widow, r. 742 Minna 
ban Maurice, policeman City Hall, r. 728 Union 
ban William J., mnfrs agent, 230 Kearny, room 1 
bder Louis, waiter P. C. SS. Victoria 
bier Joseph, laborer, r. 909 Kearney 
blow Charles J. (H. Liebes & Co.) r. 1807 Octavia 
blow Emil R., furrier H. Liebes & Co., r. 1807 

Octavia 
blow John, r. 627 Locust Av 
tilow Robert, upholsterer, r. 1538 Eddy 
hlow William, furniture and upholstery goods, 31 

Post, r. Oakland 
hm Solomon H., stockbroker, r. 143 Third 
hn Walter, salesman Tillmann &